Trump MacLeod House & Lodge is a five-star Hotel located in Balmedie, just outside Aberdeen on the Scottish North-East coast. This luxury Scottish hotel offers sumptuous accommodation and dining.
This historic Scottish mansion and lodge is set amidst mature woodland in the heart of the magnificent Trump International Estate. This opulent five-star property provides exquisite superior and grand deluxe guestrooms.Read More
This refined hotel in a grand Victorian manor house is 3 miles from Aberdeen city centre. Rooms and suites are uniquely furnished in an elegant traditional or contemporary style with antique furniture. All have flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, safes and minibars. A conservatory restaurant features regional produce and has a wine cellar with over 400 wines. A drawing room bar offers over 100 whiskies. 65% of the hotels clientele are repeat customers.Read More
Located in one of Aberdeen’s historic buildings at the heart of the city, Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel provides bold, luxurious accommodations steps away from key attractions in the Granite City. The Hotel itself is situated in the former Robert Gordon University St Andrews Street campus and is a historic building which contributes to the architectural landscape of the city with 218 beautifully appointed guest roomsRead More
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Trump International Golf Links Scotland sits on a rugged stretch of the Aberdeenshire coastline. Covered in sandy dunes, the landscape is the ideal terrain for links golf. The layout of the golf course follows the natural contours of the land, dipping into the scenic valleys and tumbling across gentle hills.
The dune are some of the biggest on any golf course, anywhere in the world. This is a golf course that must be seen in person to appreciate its true beauty.Read More
Full Practice Facilities
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club in Aberdeen, Scotland, was founded in 1780 as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen and became the Aberdeen Golf Club in 1815. Until 1888 members played on the Queen’s Links close to the city before moving across the River Don to the links at Balgownie. In the past 15 years, the course has hosted the 2011 Walker Cup, 2014 Scottish Open & 2015 British Senior Open won by Tom Watson.Read More