Read golf and hotel reviews and articles about Ardfin in some of the world's most prestigious publications, including why Ardfin is "Scotland's most exciting hotel opening..." and why Ardfin's Bob Harrison-designed course "had already been rated in the world's top 50 golf courses."
This is no ordinary new entry. A World Top 100 course, a setting which, as you can see, is epic, and off-the-charts accommodation mean Ardfin comes straight in at No.4. Its price tag is not for the faint-hearted but we don’t mark on value, and Ardfin deserves this position. It gets top accommodation marks, even though there are relatively few rooms – that’s how good it is.More
At times I was almost overwhelmed by Ardfin. It is an incredible experience from beginning to end. When you hear Harrison, or the team on the ground, talk about the challenge required to build this course, it is even more impressive.More
The course has a sense of place that is accomplished by using natural features like the coastline, expansive views and magnificent scenery along with ancient artefacts, ruins, dry stone walls and walled gardens.More
On Jura island in Scotland's Inner Hebrides, this sprawling estate has been reborn as a grand art-filled hotel set amid the Scottish wildernessMore
Golf on a remote Scottish isle is broadly the stuff of dreamsMore
Rarely in golf do the associates of leading signature design companies get their due credit. Rarer still, do they break away from the comfort of a large, busy firm and establish solo careers in their own right.More
Ardfin, which is situated at the southern tip of the island of Jura, is suddenly the talk of the golfing steamie, and not just in Scotland...More