In & Around Reay

The Far North of Scotland is a gold mine for off-the-beaten track activities - here are some of our favourites to occupy the time between rounds.


Enjoyable Walks near the course

RSPB Forsinard Flows : Get away from it all in this amazing peatland landscape. A 20min drive to the new RSPB Visitor Centre.

Dunnet Head : The most northerly point on the UK mainland with an abundance of wildlife and birdlife. some great places to walk, cycle and horse ride, and generally become one with nature.

beyond the 18th - points of interest nearby

Caithness Horizons: A fascinating exhibition that brings to life the history and culture of Caithness, housing a permanent collection that tells the story of the county of Caithness from 416 million years ago to the present day.

Strathnaver Museum: Journey from Strathnaver’s mystical past, through the emergence of the Clan Mackay to the tragedy of the Highland Clearances.

The Castle and Gardens of Mey : The most northerly inhabited castle on the British mainland  acquired and by the Queen Mother who renovated and restored it and created the beautiful gardens you see today.




where to stay & where to dine

A number of 3 and 4 star hotels await you on the far North coast of Scotland with fantastic views and comfortable accommodation.

Our favourite local accommodation is Borlum House Farm, a beautifully restored 1700’s farm house in the village of Reay with fantastic amenities and a warm welcome.

We have also partnered with the top-notch Mackays Hotel in Wick to offer you the perfect getaway on the North Coast, including a chance to experience the finest food in the Highlands in addition to trying award-winning whiskies from Old Pulteney and Wolfburn Distilleries - download more details below!