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September 2014: The Forest of Bowland

Is it sad that so few Britons know the Forest of Bowland, or great for those of us who do? Bowland covers a huge area, ...More
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Itís impossible to avoid the words - St Andrews is the home of golf. And of course of a fine old university, though it is the various golf courses and museums which make this a Mecca for the Mashie Niblick crowd... Read More

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Cambo House

Cambo House
Cambo Estate has been home to the Erskine family since 1688. The impressive Victorian mansion house, built in 1881, and an important historical listed building, lies at the heart of a 1200 acre estate in ... More | Double Room: From £42
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Kinkell House

Kinkell House
Our traditionally decorated rooms are comfortable and relaxing. The house itself is full of character and offer guests a wonderful spot in which to base a holiday. Kinkell is on the coast outside St ... More | visit website
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Vicarsford Lodge

Vicarsford Lodge

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A warm friendly atmosphere awaits you in our very comfortable and spacious period home. The unique location of Vicarsford Lodge will ensure that your stay is memorable. Situated in an ... More

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The Old Station

The Old Station
The Old Station; St Andrews; is a refurbished Victorian railway station set in 2 acres of delightful gardens just 2 miles from St Andrews; the Home of Golf. Just 5 minutes drive from St Andrews; ... More | visit website
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St. Andrews Tourist Hostel

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Millhouse B&B

Millhouse B&B
Located just a short 7 minute drive from the town centre; with its golf courses; award winning beaches; university; and many attractions both ancient and modern. St Andrews is one of the most ancient ... More | visit website
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Inn At Lathones

Inn At Lathones

St Andrews Oldest Coaching Inn

21 beautiful modern bedrooms, including two suites and 6 luxury bedrooms (opened 2008), The Inn has become well known for its award winning food and has been awarded 2 AA rosettes ... More | Double Room: From £180.00 | visit website

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Kirkton Barns Country House

Kirkton Barns Country House

Set in a tranquil location just 7 miles from St Andrews; the home of golf. We supply superb luxury accommodation for weekend breaks, golf breaks and family breaks as well as golf tours, sightseeing tours and ... More | visit website

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St Michaels Inn

St Michaels Inn
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Ideally located for visiting St. Andrews, the home of Golf, which is only 6 miles away. With the adjacent landscaped gardens, St. Michaels makes an ideal venue for any special ... More
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Peat Inn (The)

Peat Inn (The)
The Peat Inn, restaurant with rooms, sits at the crossroads in the village named after the inn, just miles from St Andrews.

The residence, built in 1987 in garden grounds contains 8 suites each with a ... More | visit website
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West Port

West Port

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The West Port Bar & Kitchen is one of the most popular bar restaurants in St Andrews town centre. Recently refurbished to combine contemporary design with traditional comfort, the West ... More

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