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The Town of St Andrews on the east coast of Scotland is a popular tourist area and is best known for its Championship golf course. There are miles of unspoilt sandy beaches and it is a perfect centre to explore the Fife region of Scotland. There are many historic places of interest to visit including, St Andrews Cathederal, St Andrews Castle and St Rule's Tower.
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0.2 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Hotel Du Vin St. Andrews has a French-style bistro serving home-cooked food prepared with seasonal and local produce. Visitors can unwind with a glass of wine in the bar or lounge as the hotel offers a noteworthy wine list picked by the in-house sommelier. Renovated in April 2014, the Hotel Du Vin, St Andrews is located on The Scores and alongside the Old Course Golf Course. This boutique hotel highlights dazzling perspectives over St Andrews Bay and is well-situated for the shoreline and...
0.3 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Ever since Mary Queen of Scots scandalized a nation by playing golf here when she should have been mourning her husband, St Andrews has been a Scottish location that gets plenty of attention. The Macdonalds Rusack Hotel sits smack bang in the heart of this lovely seaside town (these days more famous for being the setting of the courtship between the Duchess of Cambridge and the current king-in-waiting) and just a toss of a golf ball away from the celebrated Old Course's 18th hole but thi...
1.1 miles from centre of St Andrews
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The oldest and most iconic golf course in the world. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised across the globe, yet the greatest feature of the Old Course is that despite its grand status it remains a public golf course, open to all.
7.1 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Explore the Beautiful Gardens of Kellie Castle Take a stroll round Kellie Castle & Garden, the magical Arts & Crafts garden and enjoy the scent of old roses and the beautiful herbaceous borders. The 1 acre walled garden is set out in the 17th century manner with strong lines and dense planting, creating a sense of space. See clipped box, rose-covered trellis and enjoy woodland or meadow walks. The orchard has wall-trained fruit trees and an organically maintained vegetable garden. Loo...
7.1 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Explore the Beautiful Kellie Castle and Gardens The first records of Kellie Castle date back to the 12th century, and it was restored by James Lorimer in the late 19th century. It is a very fine example of Scottish domestic architecture with its gables, towers and chimneys. Among the contents are magnificent plaster ceilings, painted panelling and furniture designed by Sir Robert Lorimer, son of James Lorimer. In 1948 the castle was purchased by the sculptor Hew Lorimer, Sir Robert´s ...
7.6 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Scotscraig Golf Club is the 13th oldest golf club in the world. It was established in 1817, and has been an Open Qualifier venue six times, most recently in 2010. With a mix of heathland and links holes, and superb hospitality, this is a memorable course that wins admirers easily.
8.5 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Experience a Wonderful Day out at Hill of Tarvit Hill of Tarvit is one of Scotland's finest Edwardian mansionhouses, replete with a splendid collection of antiques, furniture, Chinese porcelain and superb paintings by Sir Henry Raeburn, Allan Ramsay and eminent Dutch artists. Sir Robert Lorimer designed the Hill of Tarvit gardens in 1906, with formal lawns, yew hedging, flowering borders of perennials, annuals and heathers, and a sunken rose garden. The walled garden to the north con...
8.5 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Experience a Wonderful Day out at Hill of Tarvit Hill of Tarvit is one of Scotland's finest Edwardian mansionhouses, replete with a splendid collection of antiques, furniture, Chinese porcelain and superb paintings by Sir Henry Raeburn, Allan Ramsay and eminent Dutch artists. Sir Robert Lorimer designed the Hill of Tarvit gardens in 1906, with formal lawns, yew hedging, flowering borders of perennials, annuals and heathers, and a sunken rose garden. The walled garden to the north con...
8.9 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Crail's Balcomie Links is set along the Fife coastline and several holes run alongside the sea and and rocky outcrops of the Firth foreshore which come into play at the second, fourth and fifth - ominously called Hell's Hole - where you must make up your mind whether to carry the beach or take the long way round. The 13th and 14th are superb and the last few holes are a test. No wonder Old Tom Morris. who designed it, described it as his favourite course. A second course, Craighead, has panor...
9.8 miles from centre of St Andrews
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Monifieth Medal is the major of the two courses - the lesser is the 5,100 yard Ashludie, while 6,650 yard Medal course is used as an Open Championship qualifying venue. It is the most westerly of three renowned links on the Angus coastline, the others being Panmure and Carnoustie. The course is built over undulating links with ridge dunes covered in gorse covered and, unusually, for a links course many holes also have tree lined fairways. A tough test, it has a railway line running on one sid...
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