Golf in the Scottish Highlands
Boat of Garten is home to one of the golfing challenges of the Highlands. "The Boat", as it is fondly referred to, may not be one of the longest golf courses but will certainly be one of the most memorable and has stunning views of Cairngorm and the Grampian Mountain Range from many areas of the course with the mighty River Spey running alongside.
We are delighted to be able to offer guests staying at Moorfield House a £5.00 voucher towards green fees at the wonderful Boat of Garten Golf Course, each guest receives one voucher for each nights stay. A further golf pass can be purchased at the golf club for £20.00 which gives you a 30% discount off one round of golf at any one of the participating seven local courses.
Scottish Golf Courses | 9 and 18 holes
At Moorfield House, many of our guests come to play golf. Some come to play ‘The Boat’ through recommendation, some on a return visit and some just happen upon it, but all have a truly memorable experience. We try to ensure that we contribute to this experience with the relaxed atmosphere of our house. Eight guests can be accommodated in separate beds, or 12 guests sharing. Tee times can be arranged for any course. Moorfield House has a secure facility to store your golf clubs and in the unlikely event of it raining (not as often as you would be led to believe!) a drying room is available.
Moorfield House is an ideal base for any golfing holiday. We are centrally located giving easy access to the many beautiful Highland and Links courses. The Boat of Garten course is within walking distance from the house. The following courses are accessible by car. Please check with each course for any local rules, regulations or restrictions prior to your visit to avoid disappointment.
- Abernethy 9 Hole (5 mins)
- Carrbridge 9 hole (5 mins)
- Grantown on Spey (10 mins)
- Kingussie (20 mins)
- Newtonmore (25 mins)
- Inverness (30 mins)
- Nairn Championship course and Nairn Dunbar (30 mins)
- Aberfeldy (60 mins)
- Moray, old and new courses (60mins)
- Tain (60 mins)
- Gleneagles (90 mins)
- Royal Dornoch (90 mins)
- Castle Stuart (45 mins)
- Spey Valley (10 mins)
All times are approximate and only for guidance.
(thank you to Hendy Pollack for the picture)