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Reviewed 7 August 2008

We stayed at this hotel for three nights for a family wedding in Carnoustie with the reception at the hotel.
We found the hotel staff to be very friendly - had a minor problem in our room and some -one came up straight away to fix it. It was obviously very golf orientated but it was relaxing watching the golfers and we had a very pleasant walk by the beach, stunning scenery. Swimming pool, steam room etc was as you would expect for this type of hotel. Gym was adequate but not massive.
We only ate breakfast here, plenty of selection. We ate in a restaurant in Carnoustie for one night which was organised by our family but researched various eating abodes on the internet beforehand having read that the food was pricey in the restaurant.
We paid a special rate as wedding guests but would be reluctant to pay more as an ordinary guest. Hot tip - check internet for best deals - some of our party got it even cheaper.
Nice hotel if you are a golf lover!!

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled with family
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1  Thank BarbaraNorwich
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Reviewed 29 June 2008

Stayed for 2 nights for golf.
Check in was ok.
Room 202 was very tired, an 80's room, in my opinion.
Wi-Fi was £9.99 per day
Breakfast was ok, buffet style, but seemed "cheap", own brand ketchups etc, but plenty of it for a hungry golfer.
Lunch in the bar and for that matter dinner in the bar was very poor value, the lunch sandwich I had was a joke for £4.50, dinner was ok, but very small portions. The main restaurant menu looked quite good, but we didn't eat there.
Check out was abit of a mess due to errors on the room rates, but this was all sorted and not indicative of the hotel I would imagine.
Golf: We played Panmure, Burnside and Carnoustie (twice), they were all good, with Carnoustie the hardest, Panmure second, then Burnside. Panmure was extra spectacular mainly due to the military helicopters buzzing around.
I was fortunate enough to have Stuart caddie for me twice around Carnoustie, he was a very well educated man, who was both a great help and a gentleman all the way round, I would strongly recommend him for anyone wanting a caddie (which is a must).

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled with friends
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1  Thank browny0508
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Reviewed 10 April 2008

Having read some of the reviews here I was slightly nervous about this hotel as I was the organiser of our trip - a party of 8 golfers.

We stayed 2 nights at the beginning of April. We arrived at 10am and as expected the rooms were not ready. We went for a walk in the town and arrived back to the hotel an hour later at which time the rooms were available - so this was a great start (standard check-in time is 2pm). From here to our departure we all found the hotel excellent. The staff were friendly and efficient, the rooms were large and perfectly presented and as a golfer the location of the hotel - 30 metres from the 1st tee and 18th green - takes some beating.
We ate in the hotel restaurant both nights and found the food and service to be excellent - portions could have been bigger. We enjoyed a few drinks in the bar which was quiet - which suited us. The breakfast was buffet style with plenty of everything. Some used the gym, pool and steam room and reported them to be very good. Any request we made was attended to immediately. The group concenus was that the hotel definely deserved the four star rating and we would not stay anywhere else if we return to golf in Carnoustie.

  • Stayed: April 2008, travelled with friends
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1  Thank SuperG3
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Reviewed 18 March 2008

We have just returned from an overnight stay at this hotel where we were celebrating my mums 80th and my brothers 50th birthdays . There were 16 staying and from the moment we set foot in the hotel we were treated like royalty.
Forget all about any previous negative comments about this hotel , it has recently had a makeover and the rooms were of a high standard. The restaurant was also of a high standard with good food and service.
We will most certainly be making a return visit to this hotel as we thoroughly enjoyed our stay

Stayed: March 2008
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Reviewed 17 March 2008

Myself, partner and friends stayed at this hotel in March. We booked through a site offering spa breaks. The hotel is lovely and looks like it has been recently refurbished, in the main areas of the hotel. We had a lovely room overlooking the 18th green and the 1st tee, the room was fresh and clean. The bathroom however became very misty due to lack of ventilation and the room was quite hot during the night, opening a window soon resolved this. The food in the hotel is excellent with all day food being served in the bar, which is great if you are staying B & B only. The only problem we encountered during our stay was the lack of beauty consultants and one of our treatments being canceled. This was dealt with quickly and an apology offered with alternative booking. We will definitely visit this hotel again as it is great for a relaxing break.

  • Stayed: March 2008, travelled with friends
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