A seaside town on the northwest of Edinburgh, St Andrews Scotland is known for the oldest golf course in the world. After a round of golf, you can enjoy the attractions in this medieval town.
What to Do in St. Andrews?
If you are not up to a golf course there are a lot of ways to enjoy and relax in St. Andrews. The remains of St. Andrews Cathedral is a must-visit and the St. A Andrews Aquarium where you can see British sharks, piranhas, seals and even meerkats. The best way to enjoy yourself with kids is the St. Andrews Spy Mission Treasure Trail.
Where to Dine in St Andrews?
- Grange Inn- a former pub atop a hill, with great views over the bay, where the experienced chef serves well=prepared classics
- Adamson- a stylish brasserie and cocktail bar where a wide-ranging menu of tasty dishes includes steaks from the Josper grill.
- Haar- the lively cocktail bar provides a contrast to the intimate dining room at this restaurant- the menu includes simple dishes with a lot of flavours
Where to Stay in St. Andrews?
Overlooking West Sands Beach and the Links Golf Course, Luxury Hotel Old Course Hotel features a luxury spa and award-winning restaurant. Set in a magnificent building, the hotel has scenic views and elegant rooms. The Old Course Hotel St Andrews has the Kohler Waters Spa, which offers luxury spa treatments, a relaxation area and a rooftop hot tub. There is also a 20 m swimming pool and fitness centre. With 3 AA-Rosettes, Road Hole Restaurant offers fine dining and over 200 whiskies. Sands Grill serves fresh seafood in informal surroundings, and there is also a traditional pub and bar. The refurbished bedrooms at Old Course have sumptuous décor and modern bathrooms with designer toiletries.