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Ogstons On North Street
127 North Street
St Andrews

KY16 9AG | View map

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Ogstons is a small Boutique Hotel in the centre of St Andrews. Owned by local entrpreneur Fraser Ogston and run by General Manager Alasdair Knight, the hotel has seen a complete refurbishment over the last 2 years and has raised both the standards of accommodation and service beyond that of its 3 Star rating. This is evident in the Hotel being nominated for Small Hotel of the Year in the 2010 Golf Tourism Scotland Hotel Awards.

The hotel is centrally located within easy walking distance of the Old Course, University and town amenities. Ogstons incorporates the Oak Rooms Restaurant & Bar and Lizard Lounge Bar, both very popluar and renowned social venues.

In the weekends the hotel is often booked by visitors who use the hotel as their base for enjoying St. Andrews, be it for the world famous golfing facilities, for the various tourist attractions such as the Byre Theatre and the St Andrews Aquarium or for just a lazy weekend away from it all. There are plenty of very attractive picturesque fishing villages only minutes away from St. Andrews; ideal starting points for the various beautiful coastal walks.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Night Porter

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