The cottage comprises:
A large open plan Lounge, Kitchen and Diner, ideal for “Aprés golf” relaxation and entertaining
Three twin bedrooms c/w en-suite shower rooms
A fourth twin bedroom (next to main bathroom)
The main bathroom.
As mentioned above, three of the twin bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms and the fourth twin bedroom is next door to the main bathroom which has a bath and separate shower cubical. The four showers available were put in place so that up to eight keen golfers could all get ready fairly quickly to ensure they were on the tee in good time. The cottage has a large flat screen TV and Wi-fi.
Although the cottage is self-catering, if pre-arranged, a chef will come in and cook you a scrumptious meal complete with fine wines on the evening of your choice. You can have the chef every evening if your budget will stretch to that but beware, the culinary delights may also stretch you waistline!
Outside, there is a large patio with a table and seating for eight so on the odd occasion when it isn’t snowing, raining or blowing a gale in the height of summer, you can enjoy on evening bottle (or crate) of wine “Alfresco”
You can even fire up the Bar-B-Que if you want to increase your carbon footprint and remember, it’s not real food unless it’s black and crispy. Then again, chef could do your Barbie and possibly prolong your life a little bit!
Also outside, in the cottage grounds, there is an all-weather putting green with four strategically placed holes to test your skills, two driving cages and two chipping target baskets so the early birds can get in some practice while the late-risers finish using the showers/having breakfast,etc. You can also have putting competitions in the evenings if you are not “golfed out” by the end of the day.
Should you get caught in one of our word-famous summer downpours, there are drying facilities for your wet-weather gear and golf equipment in the cottage garage.
Under-floor heating in the cottage ensures that if you do get caught in a shower or are brave enough to tackle our courses in winter, YOU will always have a warm, dry comfortable base to return to.
An eight-seater bus can be made available to transport you and your clubs to and from your selected golf courses so you can enjoy a well-earned refreshment in the nineteenth hole at the end of your round (transport would have to be booked in advance).
If you want a day off from the golf, there are many ancient Scottish castles within half an hour’s drive and of course, the famous “Whisky Trail” to follow although this may well adversely affect your game the following day!