The Old Course
The New Course
The Kingsbarns Golf Links
The Castle Course
St Andrews Aquarium boasts one of the finest locations in the historic town. With some of the most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous creatures of the watery worlds to see, the native sharks to seahorses, lobsters to lionfish, poison dart frogs and loveable seals -
you are guaranteed a fantastic day out!
The garden has been described as a 'hidden gem' of Scotland and grows about 8000 species of ferns, herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees are grown here. Some are native to Scotland but most grow wild in other regions of the world.
Museum Of The University of St Andrews
The Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) is the newest museum on the St Andrews scene. It offers four galleries about the long history of the University of St Andrews, notable alumni, the university’s contributions to art and science, and a glimpse into the everyday life of University of St Andrews’ students during various eras. A trip upstairs to enjoy panoramic views of the West Sands is also well worthwhile. Interactive and family-friendly, MUSA also runs a varied programme of children’s events during St Andrews’ school holidays.
The easiest way to plan your golf trip, book your tee-times and discover more about the ‘home of golf’ is to book online at http://www.standrewsgolf.org/booking.asp. Other methods are:
via telephone: +44(0) 1334 474799 or
via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local to The Roundal is:
Kingsbarns Beach - 1 mile
Crail Beach - 1 mile
East Sands Beach - 7 miles
Elie Beach - 13 miles
No golf lover should miss visiting the British Golf Museum, situated just a long putt away from the 18th Green of the Old Course in St Andrews. Featuring a detailed history of the development of the game and the equipment, a footage archive, and substantial quantities of golfing memorabilia, this is a place for enthusiasts and novices alike. Children will most enjoy the final room, which features interactive displays and the chance to try putting with different clubs and balls from down the ages. The British Golf Museum is one of the few tourist attractions in Scotland to hold a five-star rating from the Scottish Tourist Board, and well worth a visit on any trip to St Andrews.
On a headland to the north of St Andrews stand the ruins of the city’s castle, the main residence of the bishops and archbishops of St Andrews – the focal point of the Church in Medieval Scotland.
There are many historic and enigmatic attactions in St Andrews which can be explored throughout the year - so why not make it your next stop on your adventure!
Discovering St Andrews by Foot
Fife Coastal Path Featuring around 150km of coastal trails for walkers of all abilities and ages, the Fife Coastal Path is a great way to experience Fife’s beautiful beaches and villages. Start in St Andrews and walk towards the Tay bridge to experience the forest of Tentsmuir, or head in the direction of the East Neuk to enjoy fresh seafood and local art. For more information visit the Fife Coastal Path website.
VisitScotland recently produced a guide featuring gourmet adventures around Scotland including the Elie-Crail leg of the Fife Coastal Path. Download the ‘Appetite for Adventure‘ guide to read all about where to eat when walking in the East Neuk.
If you prefer to travel on wheels, a network of safe cycling routes has been established throughout the town as part of the Kingdom of Fife Cycleways network. Bikes can be hired locally – from Spokes Bike Shop on South Street – allowing the more energetic to explore the beautiful coast and countryside of East Fife.
For Further Local Information why not visit www.saint-andrews.co.uk.
The Roundal is a luxury steading self catering property which sleeps up to 10. It is ideally situated in the East Nuek of Fife between Crail and St Andrews, The Home of Golf. The Roundal self catering is ideal for the large family/party gatherings due its all en-suite bedrooms or for those romantic breaks for those who just want to get away.