MUCH MORE TO DO LOCALLY
Let's be honest, you probably can't spend all day looking at hi-fi components and drinking wine, can you?
We think that when you come to Fife, you should make a day of it! So, below you will find a collection of useful links for local businesses, restaurants, bars, hotels and much more for you to go visit - after you've had your fill of music, that is.
Scotland is at the heart of a global gin movement. A big part of that movement is Eden Mill.
Medieval atmosphere meets Victorian style at Kellie Castle overhauled in the late 19th century by famous artistic family the Lorimers.
Fresh Looks is a long established business in the heart of St.Andrews. We pride ourselves on our welcoming, friendly atmosphere and excellent treatments carried out by our experienced staff.
The Byre Theatre is a vibrant hub for the community and visitors alike, serving as a focal point for the Arts in North East Fife. With a year round programme of events, shows, conferences, parties, music and learning you will never be bored.
Nestled on St Andrews’ dramatic north facing cliffs, with stunning views of the famous west sands and St Andrews Bay, St Andrews Aquarium boasts one of the finest coastal locations in the historic town.
For more than 600 years St Andrews Links, much like the game of golf itself, has evolved. Today more than 230,000 rounds are played over our seven public courses.
The ultimate boutique hairdressing destination for a lifestyle with attitude. Spoiled represents the 21st century salon experience.
Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish farmhouse lies Scotland’s Secret Bunker. 2017 marks the 23rd anniversary since the Bunker opened to the public.
Bowhouse is a place for making – making food by transforming raw ingredients from the East Neuk's farms and waters into finished products ready for customers locally and further afield.
While working as a golf caddie at neighbouring Kingsbarns Golf Links, it was Douglas Clement's vision that first inspired the idea for a distillery at Kingsbarns.
For three decades husband and wife team Ian and Morag Hamilton have been delighting discerning diners looking for a homely,
personal experience in one of Europe’s finest historic towns.
The award-winning tandoori restaurtant set in the heart of St Andrews, where you will find the best of Indian cuisine.
The Grange Inn is a lovely 17th century converted farmhouse with a delightful restaurant with panoramic views looking out over St Andrews and St. Andrews Bay.
Tulsi is a very fine restaurant offering a wide variety of food and warm hospitality in a rustic and historically preserved building.
The cooking at The Cellar is modern and simple, but still very much in touch with our past traditions and heritage. Every effort is put into keeping old practices alive such as drying, fermenting, salting and smoking.
The Peat Inn is a Michelin starred restaurant with rooms, owned and run since June 2006 by husband and wife team Geoffrey and Katherine Smeddle.
You are assured a warm welcome in our main bar where locals and visitors mingle enjoying an ever changing selection of Scottish ales, or even just a fireside coffee with a newspaper or chat with friends.
Whether you are visiting St Andrews or live locally, we hope you find Hams Hame to be the perfect place for food, drinks, conversation and companionship … with friends, family, colleagues and fellow players. Slainte!
Eden Mansion is a luxury 5 star Bed & Breakfast located just 2.5 miles from the famous Royal & Ancient golf course of St. Andrews, ‘the Home of Golf.’
Hotel du Vin St Andrews is in the heart of the old town, housed in a traditional stone and slate terrace building with stunning views of the West Sands, made famous by the film Chariots of Fire.
Rufflets St Andrews is widely recognised as one of Scotland’s most critically acclaimed hotels.
The Best Western Scores Hotel is the closest hotel to the 1st tee of the world famous Old Course and the Royal and Ancient Clubhouse. A 5 minute walk will take you to many of the town's attractions.
The Waterfront is proud to be offering something for all tastes, whether you're staying in our cool, contemporary AA graded four star guest rooms or dining in our restaurant.
This Exclusively designed Greyfriars Apartment sits in the heart of the town centre.
Kingask St. Andrews is a Scottish, family run, property letting business based in St. Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife. We have a wide selection of self catering holiday cottages, houses, apartments and large properties.
Quietly and enviably located, this charming two bedroom apartment forms the upper floor of a semi-detached Art Deco property (circa 1936), situated in one of the most sought after residential areas of St Andrews.
Bordering the renowned 17th Road Hole of the Old Course, the Old Course Hotel overlooks the famous links courses, the West Sands Beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline. This prestigious AA Five Star-awarded hotel has 144 rooms.
Our accommodation offers eight beautifully appointed suites: seven of these offer a split level room, with bedroom and bathroom on the lower floor plus a separate living room on the upstairs mezzanine level.
The whole of Fife as serviced by an extensive and regular bus service, running up to once every ten minutes.
International and most domestic air passengers will normally arrive at Edinburgh Airport (80 minutes by road) or Glasgow Airport (120 minutes by road).
We are situated between Kirkaldy, Cupar and Leuchars train stations.
Cycling is popular, especially amongst the Fife's student community; bikes can be rented from Spokes Cycle Shop in South Street, St. Andrews.
No matter where you are in Fife, there will be a nearby taxi service eager to help you get around.
Enterprise Car and Van Hire in the town of Cupar will deliver hired vehicles throughout the area.