St Andrews Guest Houses

Scotland is a place of ancient tales, mystery and absolute beauty with many of its oldest towns contributing to the ambience of the country, St Andrews is a place that overtime has committed itself to carry on these attributes into the modern world. This delightful town is also known as the "Home of Golf" hosting the oldest major championship on the tour, which has drawn thousands of tourists to St Andrews since 1894. The visitors are superbly catered for in the St Andrews Guest Houses where each presents a world class service coupled with state-of-the-art facilities yet in keeping with the timeless ambience that is so evident in the town.

St Andrews lies on the scenic and rugged east coast of Fife which has a population of less than 17,000 quaintly making it Fife's fifth largest settlement. The town doubles as a university town, with the 3rd oldest English-speaking University being situated here. The University of St Andrews is one of the UK's most prestigious universities which during term time make up approximately one third of the town's population. The town has come a long way since first being inhabited in the middle Stone Age during 10,000 to 5,000 BC, in 4,500 BC nomadic people took over preparing the land for farming and constructing monuments. Bishop Robert was the first to establish the present town in 1140, where he encouraged a large proportion of the town's layout and unique construction.

The St Andrews builds including the Tower of Holy Trinity, the Cathedral, the West Port and the St Andrews castle which nurses the coast line on the edge of town are sure to impress and consume the visitor's attention. These sites are incredible and really are a fantastic way to spend the day, tours around these hotspots are readily available at the local and friendly tourism centre, or even at the St Andrews guest houses that operate a front desk and happily book spaces for any of the local restaurants, activities or tours.

When designing these types of accommodation the respect of buildings are preserved blending both the new with the old in a manner of sophistication and grace. These bright spaces are available in single, double, twin, triple and family suites each boasting large comfy beds dressed in white high cotton count linen, a choice of hard, soft and medium pillows confirm the luxury felt within the suite. En suite bathrooms are the norm at the guest houses each lavishly designed coupled with the clever use of mirrors and the ambient lighting, giving the room a breath of fresh air and the cloak of space. The washrooms in St Andrews guest houses showcase deep baths, walk in showers and well appointed vanity closets holding a selection of complementary bath products including sensual creams and luxurious lotions, a warm towel and cosy dressing gowns hangs in closet.

Some of the in room facilities include large flat screen televisions with sky, DVD players, unlimited high speed wireless internet, air-conditioners with hot and cold settings, room service and tea and coffee making facilities, a couch with a grand coffee table complete the perfect picture.

The St Andrews guest houses offer the visitor an intimate dining restaurant on the property each displaying a choice menu that does nothing but impress as creative dishes are crafted from the finest of local produce and companioned with vintage wines. Whatever the reason for visiting the town, be it golf or a history quest the guest will not be disappointed with the location or the standard of the St Andrews Guest Houses, as every wish or desire is granted pleasing even the most discerning travel.
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