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Hotels in St Andrews

Best Western Scores Hotel
76 The Scores
St Andrews
Fife

KY16 9BB | View map
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Whether you're travelling on business or pleasure, looking to see the sights in St. Andrews or experience the thrill of the Old Course firsthand we look forward to welcoming you to the Best Western Scores Hotel.

It is the hotel nearest to the first tee of the Old Course and enjoys superb panoramic views over the spectacular West Sands and St Andrews Bay and is only a short stroll from the town centre, the historic castle, cathedral and university.

This traditionally built 3 storey hotel opened in the 1930's and combines a fine 1864 Victorian House with an 1880's Boys School.

The 30 rooms are bright and many are particularly spacious. All have new flat screen TVs, free WiFi and distinctive tartan throws and contemporary cushions.

Champions Coffee Shop and Grill is open all day from 7am till 9pm Alexander's Restaurant is open for dinners 7 days a week serving fresh local seafood and Scottish produce

“Food with a view” as both Champions and Alexander's have great views Chariots Bar is a typical Scottish 'Snug' Bar with bar meals and is open 11am-11pm in season

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