The Village at Machrihanish Dunes on the southwest coast of the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland, considered a haven for golfers, has been affiliated to The Registry Collection luxury exchange programme.
The area is home to The Machrihanish Golf Club, designed by Old Tom Morris, which opened in 1876. Its first tee, regarded by many as the greatest opening hole in golf, lies just across the road from the resort, which also has its own 18-hole golf course, designed by David McLay Kidd.
The resort has attracted golfers since it first opened, with Ronan Rafferty, European Tour Order of Merit and a former European Ryder Cup team member, amongst the first to buy.
Fractional ownership of cottages at the resort will be sold in four-week periods with prices ranging from £46000 to £69700. Fractional owners are entitled to free use of the golf course during their weeks of occupancy, as well as a two year membership of The Registry Collection programme.
Non-golfers can enjoy other local attractions, including a beach, biking and hiking trails, wind surfing, fishing, and a wildlife reserve and observatory. The Village at Machrihanish Dunes also features the newly renovated Old Clubhouse Pub.