The name Carnoustie will be instantly familiar to any golfers out there, with the town's golf course known around the world. There's more to this charming Angus town than a rich sporting heritage, however. The town was a popular tourist resort during the 19th and early 20th centuries due to its coastal geography and proximity to Dundee. It was even known as the ‘Brighton of the North' for a while – a testament to its popularity. The town has retained its charming atmosphere since then, and offers a variety of activities and experiences ranging from watersports to local landmarks.
If you want to stay near the center of Carnoustie, you can consider staying at Kinloch Arms Hotel, The Station Hotel and Seaview Guest House.