Carnegie Club Blog
Posted: 15 April 2019
The Carnegie Club is delighted to announce that the 2019 issue of Skibo magazine has now launched. Copies are already on their way to our members and friends, and a digital edition can be read and downloaded from our website.
The 2019 edition of Skibo is packed full of fascinating articles and features that we are sure you will love. Read on below for a sneak peek at the issue!
From traditional celebrations to unique experiences, discover what lies ahead at Skibo in 2019 with our Club Calendar
From luxury leisurewear to local artisan produce, discover an array of exceptional craftsmanship as recommended by Skibo in 'A Few of Our Favourite Things'
The Carnegie Club's Chariman Peter Crome and Archivist Victoria Connor uncover the allure, philosophy and evolution of private members' clubs from the 1900s to the present day in 'Culture Club'
In commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of Andrew Carnegie's passing, Robert Ryan reflects on Carnegie's relationship with literature in 'Mightier Than The Sword', while Sir Tom Hunter writes about Carnegie's influence on giving today in 'The Legacy of Philanthropy'
Introducing electric SUVs to the estate may be one small step for Skibo, but they are an innovative leap for Jaguar, writes David Green in 'Take the High Road'
Skibo's Executive Chef Craig Rowland and Castle Head Chef Lindsay Mackay talk to Lucy Frith about 3D flavours, catering for every palate and the joy of interacting with members in 'Heaven on a Plate'
Chadwick Delaney explains that the enormous diversity of whisky - from limited editions and rare vintages to ghost distilleries - make the spirit a joy to collect
Steve Dinneen recounts the story behind October 2018's Carnegie Cup
Skibo Castle and estate provide the breathtaking background for our fashion story 'Highland Flair', shot by Oskar Gyllenswärd
Skibo Archivist Victoria Connor meets Sara Prentice, Creative Director of House of Garrard, in 'Behind the Scenes', and shares the passion behind one of the Drawing Room's most beloved paintings in 'Artist's Impression'
Theresa Harold meets the club's new Spa Manager Belinda Belli and uncovers the allure of the Skibo Spa in 'Unwind and Revive'
The Carnegie Club Equestrian Centre takes centre stage as Jemima Wilson finds out more about horse riding on the Skibo estate in 'Saddle Up'
Gemma Billington reveals what makes Glasgow's Royal Conservatoire of Scotland so special - as well as its Carnegie connection - in 'All the World's a Stage'
Jane Fulcher meets some of the people working their magic to ensure the Skibo experience is truly exceptional each and every time in 'Hidden Gems'
Club Chairman Peter Crome reveals the inspiration behind his hugely successful members trips in 'Thirst for Adventure'
We reflect on all the happenings at the club last year - both in the castle, across the estate and further afield - in 'Looking Back'
More than simply a round of golf on one of Scotland’s most spectacular championship courses, The Carnegie Links Experience offers the opportunity for non-members of The Carnegie Club to enjoy the renowned hospitality of one of the world’s most exclusive private members clubs.
Work has recently been completed on the new Carnegie Club Equestrian Centre. The half a million pound project reinstituted some lost features of the historic building, while bringing the stables up to the same world-class standard of amenity that members of The Carnegie Club have come to expect at Skibo.