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County - Angus and Dundee | Map
Tel code: 01241 | code search
Postcode: DD7 | code search
Population: 10600
Council: Angus
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Carnoustie Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa
"Good Points: Good service provisions overall with little to concern one with. Bad Points: Problems with internet connections. General review: Really enjoyale.

Date visited: 2008-07-23 ..." More

11 Park Avenue
"Fantastic, best meal we've ever had and very reasonable for the money. well worth a visit, we'll be back very soon.

Date visited: 14th oct 06 ..." More

11 Park Avenue
"The food was excellent.

Date visited: August 2005 ..." More

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Carnoustie is situated on the east coast of Scotland looking out to the North Sea. Located between Dundee and Arbroath, Carnoustie is a small residential and holiday resort town in the Scottish region of Angus. The youngest of the seven Angus burghs, Carnoustie, was only founded during the late 18th century, when the Earl of Dalhousie sold the links to the town’s people. Historically interesting facts are found inland to the north in the suburb of Panmure, this ancient estate dates back to the early 11th century, when the Scots defected the Danes near the Lochty Burn at the battle of Barry. The ruins of the stone built Panmure Castle are found here, the castle erected during the 12th century was reputedly demolished by 1336. Carnoustie is well known for golf, and has three challenging golf courses in the area. The Carnoustie Championship course lies to the south of the town; it opened in 1842 and regularly hosts the British Open Championships. Golf and the beautiful golden sandy beach account for the town’s popularity and tourist trade; it has hotels, lodging houses, two railway stations, three golf courses, a variety of shops, pubs and local amenities all in a picturesque setting.

Accountant

Accounting Solutions (Scotland) Ltd
James Fraser & Co Ltd
Legal & General Ltd
S & F Book Keeping & Payroll Services
Walker Dunnett

Attraction

Barry Mill

Caravan Park

Woodlands Caravan Park

Classes

Dance - Richmond School of Ballet
Yoga - Anne Thomson

Cottage

Malleny Cottage

Dentist

Yule Howie & Associates

Doctor

Carnoustie Medical Group

Estate Agent

Blackadders

Golf Club

Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel & Resort Limited
Panmure

Performing Arts

Dance Connections

Pub and Bar

Craws Nest
Golf Inn
Nineteenth Hole
Stags Head Inn

The 19th Hole

Restaurant

11 Park Avenue
Ristorante Pizzeria Belmonte

Self-Catering

Scottish Golf Apartments

Solicitor

Gourley Mcbain

Taxi

3C Cars
Bruces's Cabs
Carnoustie Cabs
John Barr Taxis
Links Cabs

Vet

Wallace Veterinary Centre

Shops

Chintzy Florist
Pet & Garden Centre
John Munro
Classic Menswear

Activities

Angus Bike Chain(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Carnoustie

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Linksview Guest House (0.26 miles)

Linksview Guest House
Linksview is the only guesthouse in Carnoustie overlooking the famous and historic Championship Golf Course. The 18th fairway is just a few yards from the front door and all 3 local golf courses are on ... More | visit website
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Carnoustie Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa (0.39 miles)

Carnoustie Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa

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Situated on the edge of the Carnoustie Championship course, one of the top three golf courses in the country. The Carnoustie Hotel has 85 en suite bedrooms which includes 10 suites, on ... More

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Scottish Golf Apartments (0.45 miles)

Scottish Golf Apartments

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Scottish Golf Apartments.com was formed in February 2007 and aims to address the shortage of high quality self catering accommodation for the discerning tourist & golf enthusiast in the Carnoustie ... More

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The Old Manor (1.28 miles)

The Old Manor
18th century mansion set within a walled garden overlooking the river Tay estuary to St Andrews Bay. Spacious individually decorated en-suite rooms offer a relaxing atmosphere to compliment quality accommodation, food and service. Bay window ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Dundee Monifieth (4.34 miles)

For shops and local amenities Dundee city centre is only 6 miles away. Monifieth and Broughty ferry Villages are within easy reach by car and both have sea front walks. Arbroath, home of the famous ... More | visit website
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Milton House Hotel (4.46 miles)

Milton House Hotel

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The Milton Hotel is a small family run hotel with 7 bedrooms, all en-suite. It is situated 8 miles out of Dundee and is a short distance away from two ... More

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Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort (4.90 miles)

Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort

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Positioned along the Scottish coastline which is home to golf's most famous courses, Forbes of Kingennie Coutry Resort provides the perfect location for golf, fishing and away form it all ... More

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Premier Inn Dundee East (5.10 miles)

Located in a small village on the outskirts of Dundee. For shops and local amenities Dundee city centre is only 5 miles away. Local attractions include Broughty ferry beach and Carnoustie Championship Golf course. Our Dundee ... More | visit website
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Dundee East Premier Lodge (5.10 miles)

The hotel is located in a quiet village on the A92 Arbroath Road. It is very handy for travelling to the local golf course, such as Carnoustie Golf Course, Monifieth Golf Course and is only ... More
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Woodlands Hotel (5.31 miles)

Woodlands Hotel

The Best Western Woodlands Hotel is one of Dundees finest hotels and during the last few years, the property has been tastefully extended and refurbished to provide a comfortable country house atmosphere. A varied choice ... More | visit website

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