At the renowned St Andrews’ golf course, this sophisticated golf and spa resort is an 11-minute walk from the British Golf Museum and 1.3 miles from St Andrews Botanic Garden. Named after the oldest and most iconic golf course in the world, this hotel is steeped in rich history and culture!
There are 6 restaurants and bars, with offerings ranging from pub grub to fine-dining. The spa has a 20m pool, treatment rooms, a rooftop spa garden and a lounge. Shopping options include a gift shop and a golf pro shop.
Refined rooms range in style from elegant to contemporary, and come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some have balconies and/or views over the golf course. Suites add living areas, additional bathrooms and/or kitchenettes.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Premium TV channels
- Pay movies
- Hypo-allergenic bedding available
- Premium bedding
- In-room climate control (air conditioning)
- Air conditioning
- Free newspaper
- Coffee/tea maker
- Daily housekeeping
- Turndown service
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Shower/tub combination
- Iron/ironing board
- In-room safe (laptop compatible)
- Cable TV service
- Free WiFi
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Room service (24 hours)
- Plasma TV
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
Full breakfasts are available for a surcharge and are served each morning between 6:30 AM and 10 AM.
Road Hole Restaurant – Overlooking the golf course, this fine-dining restaurant serves lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy drinks at the bar.
Sands Grill – This brasserie serves lunch and dinner.
The Dukes Bar and Grill – This restaurant serves lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy drinks at the bar.
The Jigger Inn – This pub serves lunch and dinner.
24-hour room service is available.
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.