Members Login

|   Forgot your password?


Forgot Your Password?

Enter either your username or email address to reset your password.

<< Back to Login Form

Loading, please wait.


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 ancient Viking fort. Skibo Castle and its five-star facilities can now be yours to enjoy with membership to the eponymous Carnegie Club.

The Carnegie experience

From your first sight of the castle, down the long beech-lined drive, you know you're somewhere special. Stay in one of the castle suites and enjoy the timeless elegance of their Edwardian origins but with 21st-century sophistication, from complimentary wi-fi to bespoke bathroom toiletries. Alternatively, the estate lodges offer the perfect getaway for families, each beautifully appointed with its own charm and character, and complete with all modern facilities.

Play it as it lies

Golf is Skibo's principal passion and it will come as no surprise that the club is home to one of the finest of Scotland's championship links courses with 6,833 yards of golfing genius to whet the appetite of any keen player. The club can also boast former Open Winner, Paul Lawrie as an Ambassador.
The Carnegie Links now offers limited access to non residents, with two 4 balls offered Monday through Friday during the summer months. For more information and to book a tee time, please email teetimes@carnegieclub.co.uk or call the Proshop on +44 1862 894 660.

View Golf Flyovers

It's a Laird's life…

Hospitality is the cornerstone of the club's ethos, much as it was in Carnegie's day, and it begins the moment you arrive. Whether it's the conviviality of hosted dinners, casual clubhouse lunches, or simply sipping single malt by fireside, The Carnegie Club offers an experience like no other. And with a guest book reading like a Who's Who of Edwardian Britain, including Rudyard Kipling, the Rockefellers, and even King Edward VII, you're in fine company.

Land of the hill and the heather

No self-respecting Scottish estate would be complete without offering trap and pheasant shooting, fishing, horse-riding, cycling, quad-biking, even falconry, and tailored itineraries ensure you get the best out of your stay. And with 7,500 acres of majestic Highland landscape to enjoy, a good walk is always on offer if you don't want one spoiled by a little white ball.

Fairyland of peace… in its truest sense

In the sanctity of the castle grounds there's ample opportunity to relax following the day's activity. The recently restored bath house, itself an architectural masterpiece, houses the magnificent swimming pool and state-of-the-art spa, where guests can indulge in an array of health and beauty treatments from the world's leading practices, including many of the club's own bespoke treatments.

Your Invitation

If you would like to learn more about membership to the Carnegie Club, we'd be delighted to invite you to stay with us at Skibo Castle. Don't take our word for it, come and experience everything the club has to offer. For more information on this introductory offer and details about applying for membership, please contact us.