A unique and unforgettable golf experience awaits pilgrims who journey to Aberdeenshire in the northeast of Scotland. There awaits an epic links originally built by Old Tom Morris and later refined by Tom Simpson. With its blind shots over bearded dunes to slippery greens, not to mention a par three (No. 16) called Coffins, Cruden Bay offers mischievous holiday golf at its best. Slains Castle, a roofless ruin that overlooks the North Sea less than a mile from the club, reputedly gave Bram Stoker the inspiration for Count Dracula’s castle.