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November 2016: Harrogate & its Surrounds

There is something contradictory about Harrogate: in historical terms it is relatively new, developing initially as a spa town after William Slingsby happened on a ...More
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Greyfriars Hotel, ST. ANDREWS

Greyfriars Hotel
Our delightful Hotel nestles in the heart of historic St Andrews. Modern,contemporary styled rooms combined with the finest of traditional design gives our hotel a welcoming ambience. Greyfriars is very ... More Prices from £90.00

The Albany Hotel, St Andrews

The Albany Hotel
Elegant Georgian townhouse located in the centre of St Andrews. Tastefully converted into comfortable 22 bedroomed hotel. Dating from 1765, this traditional, elegant Georgian terraced Townhouse Hotel rests in the ... More Prices from £68.0

Ardgowan Hotel, ST. ANDREWS

Ardgowan Hotel
The Ardgowan is centrally located within St Andrews, close to the town centre, the university and 200yds from the Old Course and R&A building. The hotel comprises of two grade ... More Prices from £70.00

Macdonald Rusacks Hotel, St Andrews

Macdonald Rusacks Hotel
The Rusacks is only a stone's throw away from the world's most famous golf course, and offers a magnificent view of the legendary 18th green of St. Andrews Old Course. ... More Prices from £114.79

Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa, St Andrews

Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa
Bordering the renowned 17th ‘Road Hole’ of the Old Course in the Home of Golf, the Old Course Hotel enjoys a spectacular location overlooking the famous links courses, the West ... More Prices from £240.0

The New Inn, St Andrews

The New Inn
A warm welcome awaits you at our family run Inn, just a stones throw from the East Sands and a half- mile from the new "Castle" Golf course. Friendly local ... More Prices from £50.0

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