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  • Macdonald Rusacks Hotel
    From$246Per night

    Macdonald Rusacks Hotelstars

    Saint Andrews city, Saint Andrews (Fife) , Pilmour links - Map
    4.4/5
    Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 1193 reviewsBased on 1193 reviews

    Originally opened in 1887, this charming hotel overlooks one of the world's most famous golf courses and the sea beyond. For this reason, visitors can enjoy practice their swing if they are keen on it or just spend some time of relaxation in a breath-taking natural environment. There are 70 bedrooms including suites and golf view rooms, and all of them are themed around some of the world's top golfers or famous tournaments. Moreover, complimentary WIFI is available in all public areas, meetings rooms and guest rooms, allowing its guests to keep updated at all times. There are several restaurants at the on-site facilities, giving its visitors the opportunity to taste the delicious specialities prepared by their award-winning chefs.

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  • Best Western Scores
    From$117Per night

    Best Western Scoresstars

    Saint Andrews city, Saint Andrews (Fife) , 76 thw scores - Map
     
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 639 reviewsBased on 639 reviews

    Heralded as the closest hotel to the 1st tee and 18th green of the famous Old Course of St. Andrews, this sophisticated hotel offers breath-taking views over the West Sands and St. Andrews Bay. Strategically situated in Fife, this delightful hotel provides guests with the ideal setting from which to explore this historical area. Nearby attractions and landmarks include St. Salvator's Church, a 12th century cathedral, and a 13th century castle. Occupying a stunning 19th century Victorian townhouse, the hotel offers guests a captivating insight into the charm of a bygone era. The guest rooms are beautifully decorated and offer a touch of grace and elegance. The hotel provides a wide selection of excellent facilities for the comfort and convenience of every type of traveller.

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  • Albany Hotel
    From$168Per night

    Albany Hotelstars

    Saint Andrews city, Saint Andrews (Fife) , North street 56 - Map
    3.4/5
    Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 290 reviewsBased on 290 reviews

    This elegant golfing hotel lies at the heart of historic St. Andrews within a short distance of the castle, the cathedral and the theatre. There are many shopping venues as well as countless restaurants and bars to be found in the near vicinity and links to the public transport network may easily be reached on foot. The sea and nearest beach are to be found within metres of the hotel, lying just 600 m away. Edinburgh airport is just less than 90 km away. Each room is tastefully and individually furnished and come well equipped as standard. For golfers, reception will arrange to enter guests into the daily Old Course Ballot. A full Scottish Breakfast in the lovely Garden Restaurant is offered daily. Although evening meals are not available at the hotel, it is within walking distance of many excellent restaurants in the town centre.

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Information about Saint Andrews (Fife)

    St Andrews is an old city situated on the east coast of Fife, Scotland. Scotland’s oldest university, St Andrews University, is there. The ruins of St Andrews Cathedral (considered the largest in Scotland) are open to the public and you can also go to the top of St Rule’s tower to enjoy the panoramic view over the roofs of St Andrews. St Andrews is recognised as the world’s Mecca of golf. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews is the world authority on golf, and establishes the rules and regulations of the game. There are also other first class golf courses and many activities related to this elegant sport, such as the British Golf Museum. Another nice attraction is St Andrews Castle, which a long time ago was the scene of a siege. In an attempt to escape, the occupants of the castle dug a tunnel under the walls. If you visit the castle, you can explore the mysterious tunnel and the charming area around the castle. Discover St Andrews!

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