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Here at the Number 12 B&B, St Andrews we love to bring you details of local attractions in the St Andrews and wider Fife area. An ideal day trip is to Kellie Castle which is in Arncroach just 11 miles away from St Andrews.
St Andrews as a holiday destination is great twelve months per year, although due to weather reasons options are more restricted in the winter months. So we’re pleased to bring you here a guide to the Eden Mill Brewery and Distillery, which is ideal as an all-year round local visitor
St Andrews is a popular visitor attraction both with UK citizens but also with international tourists. We examine why St Andrews is so popular with international tourists and provide five reasons that have made St Andrews famous worldwide.
When visiting St Andrews it’s always a challenge to plan what to see and do, there are so many attractions in the area. We thought we’ make life a little easier by talking through 5 of the most famous sites and landmarks of St Andrews, all of which are definitely
St Andrews is often referred to as the home of Scottish golf, and with good reason, thanks to its traditional courses which attract some of the world’s most elite players. If you’re a fan of the game, St Andrews has an obvious appeal whether you’re coming to play or to
Modern life can be rushed, stressful and full of worries so it’s no wonder that many people often feel crushed under the weight of everyday responsibilities. A trip away, even just for the weekend, is a great way to escape the daily grind and return feeling refreshed, renewed and rejuvenated,
St Andrews has long been considered a prestigious university ranking highly amongst the world’s elite universities. Teaching began at the university in 1410. However, it was founded technically in 1413 with a papal bull. St Andrews University is a major part of the St Andrews town centre. This trend continues
St Andrews is a beautiful Scottish town that most people will have heard of, but may not know that much of. St Andrews has a thriving town centre with a well-established tourism base that makes for a wonderful place to visit. Although St Andrews is full of wonderful scenery throughout
The Open Championship returns to St Andrews “The Home of Golf” in July 2015 which will be the 144th Open Championship and the 29th time The Open has been played over The Old Course. Once again the world’s greatest golfers will gather to do battle for the famous Claret Jug
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