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Carnoustie Hotels and Guest Houses

19th Hole Hotel, Carnoustie
   
8 Ferrier Street, Carnoustie, DD7 7HT
   +44 (0)1241 852108
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £59.00
Double from: £59.00
per room per night
 
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Seaview Guest House
   
29 Ireland Street, Carnoustie, DD7 6AS
   +44 (0)1241 859510
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £46.00
Double from: £46.00
per room per night
 
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The Townhouse Hotel
   
99 High Street, Carnoustie, DD11 1DP
   +44 (0)1241 431 577
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £73.00
Double from: £73.00
per room per night
 
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Carnoustie Golf Hotel 'A Bespoke Hotel’
   
The Links, Carnoustie, DD7 7JE
   +44 (0)1241 411999
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £66.03
Double from: £66.03
per room per night
 
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The Kinloch Arms Hotel
   
High Street, Carnoustie, DD7 6AN
   +44 (0)1241 857 008
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £40.50
Double from: £40.50
per room per night
 
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Other accommodation near Carnoustie

The county of Angus is among the most beautiful and fascinating areas throughout the United Kingdom. Though nearly every part of Scotland is teeming with gorgeous geography, many of the towns in drop-dead lovely areas like the Highlands are little more than that: Pretty locations with not too much else to offer. Many of these lush villages have meager populations hovering around two thousand people or less and most of these locations can in fact be kind of dull for people who expect amenities like night life and culture in their home towns. In addition, a large portion of the pretty places in Scotland don't have very interesting histories. Carnoustie is special in that is has more than just beauty on its side. While it is no doubt an appealing town, it also has a rich and fascinating history that makes it an integral part of Scotland.

Carnoustie has been inhabited in some capacity as far back as the Neolithic Age. It is in the Bronze Age, however, that we see some of the most plentiful (as well as the most exciting) artifacts and relics. It seems that the area was a beloved burial ground for the family members of deceased tribal chiefs and other assorted clans that lived in the area at the time. During these days there was no record as to the goings on of the people in the area and it wasn't until the Middle Ages that we would see what the day-to-day life of people of Carnoustie entailed. In the 1100s William the Lion founded the famed Arbroath Abbey and this was arguably the first permanent building in Carnoustie. Unfortunately the Abbey is little more than shambling ruins these days but records from the time indicate that it was among the most beautiful and fascinating locations in the area. Panmure Castle was another notable edifice in Carnoustie at the time and, alas, it is another building that is hardly more than a crumbling pile of rocks. The hallowed and gorgeous castle was destroyed during the English Civil War. This is most unfortunate but it is par for the course for many of the most beautiful castles that have existed in Britain. After Cromwell and his Parliamentarian forces won the War they razed some of the most immense and breathtaking landmarks in the country to the ground simply to make a point. Panmure Castle was just one of the many victims of this senseless destruction.

These days Carnoustie is a beloved town for all kinds of reasons. It enjoys a large tourist community because of the great golf courses in the area and it also has some of the finest schools in all of Scotland. Carnoustie is also filled to the brim with gorgeous churches and nearly anybody from any background can surely find something to love in the charming burg. Carnoustie is many things to many people but in all cases it is worthy of acclaim and praise. Scotland is home to some of the most lovely towns in the country but one can certainly make a good argument for Carnoustie being the loveliest.


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We hope you find suitable Carnoustie accommodation. You can book cheap hotels, guest houses or Carnoustie bed and breakfasts from the list above. Enjoy your stay in Carnoustie hotels.

 
 
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