The 520 acre five star Fairmont St Andrews resort encapsulates luxury, elegance and truly breathtaking surroundings in the ‘Home of Golf’. Boasting lavish and stunning surroundings, a peaceful setting and stunning cliff top views of St Andrews and the North Sea, your visit will certainly be one to remember. The resort prides itself on its array of fabulous facilities, including two championship Golf Courses, The Kittocks and The Torrance. Enjoy delectable dining experiences, ranging from the new Italian eatery La Cucina, to The Clubhouse, serving the freshest steak and seafood. All of the 209 luxury guestrooms are spacious and well-proportioned, with thoughtful Scottish touches. The sumptuous Signature Spa offers a range of treatments including locally-themed massages, facial and relaxation therapies, using exclusive Aromatherapy Associates products in 12 chic treatment rooms. The spacious swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and relaxation room complete the experience, insuring that you have no choice but to relax and unwind! Whatever the occasion, Fairmont St Andrews is the perfect location to transform your getaway into a truly treasured memory.
Enjoy luxury accommodation in St Andrews, Scotland, with stunning surroundings and mind blowing views over the North Sea and Tay Estuary. King Size beds, thick, soft duvet covers and five star amenities will make you melt into relaxation as soon as you arrive at Fairmont St Andrews. The stunning luxury accommodations have been recently upgraded, and boast a plethora of luxurious touches.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Satellite TV
- Luxurious bathrobes
- Hair dryer
- Iron and ironing board
- Coffee/Tea maker
- Refreshment centre
- US/UK compatible outlets
Fairmont St Andrews offers a variety of unique dining experiences, that will play an integral and delectable part in your overall guest experience, during your time at the hotel.
The heart of the resort beats in La Cucina, an Italian eaterie offering delicious and simple dishes with the accent on taste. Encapsulating the charm of a classic Italian Trattoria paired with contemporary flair, it possesses a relaxed and informal setting delivering quality cuisine. The menu focuses on freshly prepared ‘Italian greats’ featuring an extensive selection of antipasti, gourmet pizza and pasta, daily specials, seafood, fish & meats. Enjoy authentic ingredients, beautiful recipes, cooked and served with passion. A dining experience for all, this bustling hub of the hotel is the perfect host to families, parties or that table for two. An eclectic menu of fabulous tastes and aromas, our Italian chef aims to incorporate the resort’s coastal surroundings of the St Andrews bay. His food reflects this, featuring locally caught Seafood served with the freshest ingredients to create colourful plates.
The name Kittocks Den is derived from the ‘olde Scottish tongue’ Kittock, meaning a flighty lady. It is also the name of the historic site that runs through the estate in the form of a deep ravine, which is home to the Hotel’s family of deer. As you settle into the warm relaxing atmosphere of our bar, enjoy a light snack or some casual dining. Our bar features an exceptional collection of rare and unique Single Malts, cocktails and spirits. We hope you have a truly wonderful experience during your stay in the resort. If there is anything at all that we can help you with, from local information to creating your own personal cocktail, please do not hesitate to ask.
Named after Gene ‘The Squire’ Sarazen, the golfing legend and a past winner of the Grand Slam of golf, The Squire restaurant provides a brasserie style dining experience with a grill house flare to its menu. Seasonally changed, the menu provides an excellent offering of local Scottish flavours, all set in a relaxed atmosphere with fantastic service. The restaurant serves an extravagant buffet breakfast each morning which includes black pudding, local haggis, crisp bacon, fluffy pancakes and eggs served every way, with a wide selection of teas, coffees and fruit juice available. Delicious deli meats and cheeses are also on offer, as well as cereals, fresh fruit and pastries. Our chef is also on hand to make and serve any food requests guests desire.
The Clubhouse has a dramatic cliff-top setting and stunning panoramic views over the Torrance and Kittocks Golf Courses and magnificent bay of St Andrews. Located just a few moments from the main hotel, ideal for soaking up the views. The shuttle bus will transport you to and from the Clubhouse at your convenience. Open 7am-9.30pm enjoy Breakfast, Lunch, Cream Tea and Dinner in this spectacular location!
Fairmont St Andrews Hotel provides people with an ‘unparalleled afternoon tea experience’ by sourcing and working with the best tea growing regions and producers in the world. Our Pastry Chef has created delicious pastries, scones and cakes to accompany our wide selection of tea which includes – Earl Grey, Peppermint, Willowstream Decaffeinated, Apple Spice, Lemon Rooibos, Empress Blend, Masala Chai, Camomile, Berry Berry, Orange & Pineapple, Maple, Akaki Gemchai Green Tea. Afternoon Tea is served in the cozy Kittocks Den Bar
The City of St Andrews:
On The Map: St Andrews is located on Scotland’s east coast. Dundee is less than 30 minutes to the north, while Edinburgh 1.5 hours to the south.
Poised and well-groomed, St. Andrews is the pilgrimage site for golfers around the world. It is also Scotland’s oldest university town, founded in 1410. The town of St. Andrews is small—only three main streets and an open, airy feel with long stretches of sandy beach on either side of town. There are acres-plus of golf links in every direction. The locals are proud of their town and it has a refined, old-fashioned ambience. Many original buildings have survived, and the castle and cathedral have been rebuilt to preserve their remains. The main streets and cobbled alleys are lined with crooked houses. Medieval churches line up and meet at the ruin of the 12th century cathedral. St. Andrews is a light, seaside resort that feels busier and larger than it is. More importantly, it is one of the most notable and historic towns in Scotland.