Members of The Carnegie Club can choose to stay in either the castle or in one of the estate's beautifully appointed lodges during their visit to Skibo.
The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle
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In a secluded corner of Scotland on the shores of the Dornoch Firth, sits Skibo Castle, home to one
In a secluded corner of Scotland's eastern highlands, on the shores of the Dornoch Firth, sits Skibo Castle, home to one of the world's most prestigious private clubs. Skibo's name is originally Norse, meaning 'Fairyland of Peace', and such is the allure of the landscape that it drew one of the world's leading 19th-century industrialists, Andrew Carnegie, to build a castle here on the site of an a
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Captured by drone, the Carnegie Links 10th green and the newly built 11th tee which has transformed the original hole into a challenging 541-yard Par 5.
Skibo Castle's Great Hall is a majestic space.
Whether sunshine or snow, Skibo is always stunning.
An ATV trek is an exhilarating way to explore the Skibo estate.
Where better to wake up than Skibo?
We awoke to snow at Skibo this morning.
There's always time for Afternoon Tea at Skibo.
The Skibo pool is simply stunning.
From the beautifully carved stonework to its elaborate carpentry, Skibo's historic interior is magnificent.
Explore Skibo by ATV
There's no more exhilarating way to explore Skibo's outer reaches than by ATV.
Skibo Castle is built from sandstone hewn on the estate.
From outdoor adventures to fun-filled days at the Playbarn, children can make memories to last a lifetime at Skibo.
Guests at Skibo can use the Club's fleet of buggies to traverse the estate.
Skibo's estate lodges offer members of The Carnegie Club a home-from-home experience in the Scottish Highlands.
Members and their guests enjoy lunch each day at the Skibo Clubhouse, where they can watch our chefs at work in the open kitchen.
Where better to spend Valentine's Day than at Skibo?
No stay at Skibo is complete without a visit to The Carnegie Club Equestrian Centre.
The Drawing Room is at the heart of life at Skibo.
After a day exploring the Skibo estate, sink into the tub and relax.
Fewer than 4,000 rounds are played on the Carnegie Links annually.
Homegrown and locally sourced ingredients are at the heart of each delectable dish served at Skibo.
The Skibo Spa offers members of The Carnegie Club a range of luxurious treatments.
Skibo Castle and its terraces are built from locally quarried sandstone.
The magnificent stained glass window in the castle's Great Hall depicts three figures from Skibo's storied history: Sigurd 'the Mighty' Eysteinsson, Earl of Orkney; Gilbert de Moravia, Bishop of Caithness; and James Graham, Marquis of Montrose.
After a round on the Carnegie Links, golfers can retire to the Skibo Clubhouse.
It’s Burns Night, when Scotland commemorates its National Bard, Robert Burns, with an evening of poetry, haggis and whisky. One of Burns’ greatest admirers was former Skibo proprietor Andrew Carnegie, who called him the “Poet Prophet of his age.”
Find out more about Carnegie’s love of Burns on our blog: https://tinyurl.com/bdcp3jd8
The Carnegie Links is the jewel in Skibo’s crown.
Each of Skibo's 21 castle bedrooms is unique.
Falconry on the castle lawn is always popular with members at Skibo.
Skibo Castle's Great Hall is a beautiful example of the Scottish Baronial style.
Skibo Castle is home to The Carnegie Club, one of the world's most prestigious private members' clubs.
Ferry House offers members of The Carnegie Club spacious accommodation on the Skibo estate with spectacular views over the Dornoch Firth.
Members of The Carnegie Club can watch the sun set from the comfort of the Skibo Clubhouse.
Each dish served at Skibo is carefully crafted by the Club's talented chefs.
The elegant Skibo swimming pool is one of The Carnegie Club’s most iconic features.
A game of chess in front of a roaring fire in the castle's Card Room is a delightful way to while away a few hours at Skibo.
A walk on the Skibo estate is a favourite way to spend a winter's day at The Carnegie Club.
The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle wishes all our members and friends a very Happy New Year.
Tonight, Hogmanay will be celebrated at The Carnegie Club in true Skibo style.
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