The Red House Hotel in Coupar Angus is celebrating being nominated once again in the annual Scottish Golf Tourism Awards.

The Hotel, which enjoys close links with a number of leading golf courses in the Blairgowrie and Vale of Strathmore area, including Rosemount and Lansdowne in Blairgowrie, along with Alyth and Strathmore, is nominated in the Best Budget Friendly Golf Hotel category.

Red House won the title in 2016, and was nominated again for the past three years.

Other courses within an easy travel time of The Red House, family run by the Bannerman family for the past forty years, are Forfar, Edzell, Kirriemuir and Downfield, amongst others.

All of these courses are listed on the hotel’s website, and offer preferential rates for guests.

The Scottish Golf Tourism Awards, which is partnered with publisher DC Thomson, exists to celebrate the very best of the Scottish Golf Tourism Industry, from clubs, to courses, to accommodation providers.

The latest award categories are designed to better represent Scotland’s brilliant and diverse golf product.

The Red House team are now looking forward to the awards ceremony which is always held in March as part of Scottish Golf Tourism Week. It brings together the cream of Scottish Golf, from suppliers, to golf course representatives, to golf hospitality.

“It’s brilliant news to have been nominated in Scotland’s leading golf tourism awards again,” said Alan Bannerman, owner of the Red House Hotel. “We endeavour to put golfing in the beautiful Vale of Strathmore on the map whenever we can try. We hosted over 2000 golfers last year, from all parts of Scotland, the UK and overseas too, it was an incredibly busy year and we are hoping that 2024 will be just as good if not better.”

“We offer the best value for money that we can in our Golf and Stay packages, as we know that getting away to play golf is so important to lovers of the game,” added Alan. “We have many regulars who return to us year after year. Times have been tough due to the cost of living crisis, but hopefully conditions will improve this year.”

Alan finished by thanking all his customers who have voted for The Red House Hotel: “We always appreciate it and simply could not achieve this level of recognition without you. We will represent the area at the Awards night, and keep our fingers crossed.”

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