Colin Christy has some accommodation for travellers to the Central Scotland Seniors at Kilmacolm. details as per following. http://www.kilmacolm-b-and-b.co.uk/
Or contact Colin direct on firstname.lastname@example.org
The accommodation is self-contained comprising a twin bedded room with an ensuite bath & shower, lounge and kitchen.
As far as we know it'll be the only B&B located in Kilmacolm. The only other B&B in the valley is at Pannal farm about 3 miles away in nearby Bridge of Weir.
East of Scotland Seniors. Forfar G.C.
Accommodation close by.
The following hotels are within 10-20 minutes from the course:
Chapelbank Hotel - 5mins away http://www.chapelbankhotel.co.uk/
The Letham Hotel - 10mins away www.letham-hotel.com
Finavon Hotel - 15mins away http://www.finavonhotel.co.uk/
Queens Hotel - 5 mins away http://www.thequeenshotelforfar.co.uk/
The Strathmore Arms Hotel - 15 mins http://strathmorearmsglamis.com/
Northern Hotel - 20 mins away (there is a golfers rate here of £65pn single and £75pn double) www.northern-hotel.co.uk
Local Pubs include No 10, an upmarket Westminster themed establishment but reasonably proced fare and very comfortable seating for the weary golfer. Queens Road Inn is a small homely local. Proprietrix is very proud of her pub and always makes time to chat to passing strangers.
Powfoot- The South Seniors Open
The Glen G.C.
The Glen is host for our Autumn Doubles, sponsored by Tullibardine Distillery. North Berwick is a venue steeped in golfing tradition and the club, with its showpiece new clubhouse, offers a warm welcome to our members.
Hotels and Restaurants in North Berwick and surrounding Area
NORTH BERWICK HOTELS
Marine Hotel Cromwell Road, North Berwick EH39 4LZ
County Hotel 15-19 High Street North Berwick EH39 4HH
Phone: 01620 892989 www.countyhotelnorthberwick.com
Nether Abbey Hotel 20 Dirleton Avenue, North Berwick EH39 4BQ
Beach Lodge Bed & Breakfast
5 Beach Road,
North Berwick, EH39 4AB
Phone: 01620 892257
For a comprehensive list of B&Bs/Guest Houses please contact the North Berwick Visitor Information Office 01620 892197 for a brochure.
The Glen Golf Club provides (arguably) the best value for money catering service in North Berwick…it certainly provides the best views in East Lothian
All Hotels will provide a full Catering Service but if you want to try local restaurant/cafes, you will be sure to find something that suits your taste from the list below.
Bella Italia 12 High Street, North Berwick EH39 4HQ - 01620 893 916
Category: Italian Restaurant
Tiger Coast 114 High Street, North Berwick EH39 4HE - 01620 895 649
Category: Indian Restaurant
Lucky House 125 High Street, North Berwick EH39 4HB - 01620 892 088
Category: Chinese Restaurant
Poonthais 7 Westgate, North Berwick EH39 4AE - 01620 894 304
Category: Thai Restaurant
The Bass Rock 37-41 Quality Street, North Berwick EH39 4HR - 01620 890 875
Category: Seafood Restaurant
North Berwick Fry 11 Quality Street North Berwick EH39 4HJ - 01620 893246
Category: Fish and Chip Restaurant
Some Bed and Breakfast selections shown on Club Website. Also, Five Gables Guest House, Arbroath is about 25 mins away- for link click here
Suggest you book early as Montrose is a popular base and accommodation is often scarce.
Roo's Leap is a popular Aussie themed eatery a few short hops from the Royal Montrose clubhouse
Stirling and Bridge of Allan are noted for good food establishments. A selection can be found here. The local Travelodge is offering very good forward deals and this could work out cheaper than travel. Also a very good list of options on the local information site.
..... And from that well known local bon viveur David Smith:
The Travellodge above offers a reasonable alternative and there are further options here
Some local eateries listed on the ThomsonsLocal pages
For eating out the Blue Marlin is a must for fans of good seafood. The Thai Restaurant is excellent and the Thai beer goes down really well with the spicy fare.
Panmure Hotel, next to the first tee, is a decent stop with a good and reasonable priced food menu.
Jolly's Hotel in Broughty Ferry is only minutes away. Derek, your host, is an avid golfer and has offered us B & B facilities single rooms at £40 and twins for £60 (normally £49 and £65) subject to availability. When booking mention Scottish Seniors reference Keith Howie.
Nairn accommodation please click here to see club suggestions.
Eating- good variety. The Aurora is an italian restaurant within a small hotel and provides consistently good pasta. The Al Raj Tandoori in Harbour Street is a stop for curry enthusiasts. The Classroom in Cawdor Street is very popular and offers good variety.
Pubs etc. The Caledonian is a large howf on the High Street. Plenty of room to spread out and a good selection of ales. The Shore Inn is a decent harbourside pub with many tales from the sea.
Kilmacolm was until a few years ago a "dry" village and the golf club was one of the main social centres. It remains well attended with a good atmosphere and inclusive members. Food and beverage are great quality and value.
There are now a few local pubs in competition with those in nearby Bridge of Weir.
Eating out: WIndyhill is a highly rated restaurant offering fine food at reasonable cost.
Two fine quality hotels within walking distance of the historic clubhouse. Keavil House is a Best Western Hotel with lovely surounds and an excellent Leisure Centre. Food is renowned. Pitfirrane Hotel is also excellent and will offer attractive deals. The pub within the hotel is the "local" for Crossford Village. The patrons are friendly and make for a lively atmosphere
Eating out: Plenty of variety in the town and the two local villags of Crossford and Cairneyhill.