Golfing in East Lothian
Some of the world’s oldest courses can be found within just a few miles of Denfind House including Musselburgh, North Berwick, Dunbar, Gullane and The Open Championship course at Muirfield. Denfind House is ideal for golfers as it is equipped with a drying room, with pulley, an alarmed, external room with 6 caddy charging points and tap for washing shoes. The dedicated room is large enough to store 8 sets of golf clubs. There is a laundry room fitted with washing machine, tumble drier and sink, so you can look your best at tee off. The region holds traditional both links and inland golf courses, with a mix of both classic courses and more modern courses.
Scotland is widely recognised as the home of Golf and East Lothian played a significant in the game’s development. Golf in Scotland was first recorded in the 15th century, and the modern game of golf was first developed and established in the country. Golf was played regularly on Musselburgh Links as early as 1672 and the East Lothian Open Championship Course, Muirfield, has records going back to 1744 (St Andrews was founded in 1754). With such a choice of courses, why not discover the East Lothian golf experience for yourself with a stay at Denfind House. Located just 30 minutes east of Edinburgh, the historic capital of Scotland, East Lothian provides easy access by air, rail and road.