Home to Scotland’s Golf Coast, East Lothian is the ideal location for Golf Breaks in Scotland. If a round of golf in East Lothian is your favourite leisure pursuit, then Drummohr Camping and Glamping site is the perfect base for you. Based in Musselborough, on the East Coast of Scotland, you will find 21 golf courses, situated along 30 miles of beautiful coastline making our location one of the best for golf breaks Scotland.
Scotland has recently been awarded the accolade of "Best Golf Destination in the World", at the November 2022 World Golf Awards, and Scotland’s Golf Coast is also proud to boast the greatest concentration of Championship courses in the world. Drummohr is well placed if you are visiting one of Scotland’s upcoming Golf Events in 2023, including the Scottish Open taking place from the 13th-16th of July in North Berwick.
There are three Golf Courses in East Lothian right on your door step when staying at Drummohr, with Royal Musselborough Golf Club just next door. Located in the grounds of the historic Prestongrange House, the Royal Musselborough Golf Club is actually the 6th oldest club in the world and has stunning views over the Forth Estuary to Fife. Musselburgh Links course is only a 6 minute drive away, and The Musselborough Golf Club just a 12 minute drive. Check out Scotland's Golf Coast to view the stunning courses to choose golf in East Lothian from!
Drummohr Camping and Glamping site is well placed for access to Scotland’s Golf Coast and Golf in East Lothian, being situated just off the A1, and very close to the A198, the East Lothian coastal road. Whether you are looking for winter or summer Golf Breaks in Scotland, the site is open all year round. With a choice of accommodation, from lodges and bothies to pitches for touring and tents, there is something for everyone. After a long day on the golf course, you could book a lodge with it’s own private hot tub to relax and unwind, or bring your camping chairs and enjoy an evening under the stars. Click here to view and book accommodation.
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