United Kingdom · September 18 - 27 2024

Scottish Links & Libations

Golf & Whisky, What Could Go Wrong? FORE!

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Overview

A tour of Scottish Southern Islands and their Distilleries. Join us for some hearty rounds of golf with beautiful backdrops on dream courses.

Highlights

Championship Golf

Championship Golf

We will be visiting and playing 5 amazing links style courses nestled on the west coast and western isles of Scotland. All of which are currently ranked in the top 100 golf courses. We will play at the Birthplace of The British Open, Prestwick, the magnificent Western Gailes, The Old Tom Morris Designed Machrihanish Links, Spectacular Machrie on Islay as well as the new course at Machrihanish (The most natural links course in Scotland). Our journey will also take us to Arran where we will revel in the unique 12 hole course at Shiskine and pristine Whiting Bay.

Islay & Her Distilleries

Islay & Her Distilleries

The Isle of Islay promises an amazing experience with its birdlife, seafood, peaty whiskies and dramatic coastal seascapes. A stunning island on the "whisky coast" of west Scotland, Islay is probably best known for its peaty, smoky whiskies. Home to nine working distilleries, Islay has the process down to a fine art. We will be visiting a number of these distilleries and sampling their wares. Slainte!

Isle of Arran

Isle of Arran

The Isle of Arran is a place where you can find a little bit of everything you'd ever want from a Scottish island. It has an ever-changing coastline, dramatic mountain peaks, sheltered beaches, verdant forests, great cultural festivals and a wealth of tasty local produce. Known as Scotland in Miniature she boasts 2 distilleries and 9 Golf Courses as well as being the home island of your host Graeme.

Kintyre Peninsula

Kintyre Peninsula

The longest peninsula in Scotland, Kintyre is one of the most isolated spots in the country and one of the most unspoilt too. The peninsula would be an island, were it not for the mile-long isthmus between West and East Loch Tarbert, a fact not lost on King Magnus Barefoot of Norway. In the 11th century he signed a treaty with the Scottish king, Malcolm Canmore, giving him all the land he could sail round, and promptly had his men drag his longboat across the narrow isthmus, thus adding Kintyre to his kingdom.Kintyre is a famous tourist spot in Scotland that is well known for its quaint villages, world class golf courses and vast expanses of sandy beaches.

Whisky

Whisky

Slated as the ‘Queen of the Hebrides,’ the Isle of Islay is a popular destination for whisky enthusiasts and a mecca for lovers of single malt Scotch. The island is part of the Southern Hebrides and is situated off the west coast of Scotland, where it’s famous for its peaty, smoky whiskies, which are a result of the local peat and water used in the distillation process by distilleries such as Laphroaig, Ardbeg, Bowmore, Bruichladdich, Bunnahabhain, Caol Ila, Kilchoman, Lagavulin, and Ardnahoe. We will be doing tours and tasting events at Bunnahabhain and Kilchoman as well as visiting as many of the otters as we have time. Slangevar.

Hosts

Michelle and Graeme are your Guides for this trip and look forward to seeing you in beautiful Scotland.

Graeme & Michelle

Graeme & Michelle

What's included

What's Included

Distillery Visits

All Hotels

Ground Transportation

Breakfasts

Local Site Visits

Golf Tee Times (extra option)

Flights

Lunches/Dinners

You'll Be Staying Here

Bowmore Distillery Cottages

Bowmore Distillery Cottages

Ugadale Hotel

Ugadale Hotel

Auchrannie Resort & Spa

Auchrannie Resort & Spa

Piersland Hotel

Piersland Hotel

Add Ons

Golf Package

Tee Times at 7 Scottish Golf Courses

FROM$1,450.00/pp

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Scottish Links & Libations

United Kingdom · September 18 - 27 2024 · 9 nights

FROM$4,400.00/pp

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