Golfbreaks.com will offer an exciting number of new and prestigious Scottish destinations following their continued partnership with VisitScotland.
Europe’s largest golf travel company have reaffirmed their acquaintance with the official Scottish tourism organisation for a third year, to promote golf breaks and first-class accommodation in the Home of Golf.
“The support of VisitScotland adds real credibility to the Golfbreaks.com offering and will help open up the many delights of Scotland and its acclaimed golf resorts and courses to an even wider audience,” said Michael Birch, Golfbreaks.com Marketing Manager.
“We are confident through the Golfbreaks.com and VisitScotland partnership; we will be offering the golfer the best available Scottish golf packages on the market.”
The unique range of golf-break packages will include East Lothian (two nights’ B&B and three rounds of golf at Craigielaw, North Berwick and Gullane No3, with accommodation at the comfortable Tweeddale Arms Hotel, Gifford – from £219), Fife (two nights’ B&B and three rounds of golf at Aberdour, Balbirnie Park and Kirkcaldy, staying at Aberdour Hotel, Dunfermline 3* – from £195), Highlands (two nights’ B&B and three rounds of golf at Castle Stuart, Nairn and Nairn Dunbar, with accommodation at the Kingsmill Hotel, Inverness 4* - from £425), Renfrewshire (one night’s B&B, dinner and two rounds of golf at Gleddoch House Hotel & Golf Club, Langbank 4* from £99) and Perthshire (one night’s B&B and one round of golf at The Gleneagles Hotel 5* resort – from £165).
In addition, Golfbreaks.com and VisitScotland are launching a new City Golf programme in Edinburgh, providing enthusiastic golfers with an outstanding selection of courses, including two nights’ B&B and three rounds of golf at Prestonfield, Braid Hills and Silverknowes with accommodation at the stylish King James Hotel 4* – from £185.
They are also offering a money-can’t-buy prize for four people to play a round and enjoy dinner with former Ryder Cup star Sam Torrance at Kingsbarns Golf Links.
For more details on the Scottish golf packages visit www.golfbreaks.com