Anstruther

Anstruther in the East Neuk sits on the castle dotted shores of the Firth of Forth, an old fishing village still with its pier, and with a fisheries museum to recall the heyday of that industry... Read More

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Hotels in Anstruther - 4 places to stay

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Craw's Nest Hotel

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Only a 10 minute drive from St Andrews, The Symphony Craws Nest Hotel is set in one of the beautiful Royal Burghs in the East Neuk of Fife. The Hotel is a former manse and ... More | visit website
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The Bank

The Bank
The Bank is situated with one of the finest views in Anstruther where the Dreel Burn merges with the Firth of Forth. The Bank offers something for everyones tastes whether it's from our Bar Lunch ... More | visit website

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Cambo House (5.10 miles)

Cambo House
Cambo Estate has been home to the Erskine family since 1688. The impressive Victorian mansion house, built in 1881, and an important historical listed building, lies at the heart of a 1200 acre estate in ... More
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The Old Station (5.95 miles)

The Old Station
The Old Station; St Andrews; is a refurbished Victorian railway station set in 2 acres of delightful gardens just 2 miles from St Andrews; the Home of Golf. Just 5 minutes drive from St Andrews; ... More | visit website
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Inn At Lathones (6.50 miles)

Inn At Lathones

St Andrews Oldest Coaching Inn

21 beautiful modern bedrooms, including two suites and 6 luxury bedrooms (opened 2008), The Inn has become well known for its award winning food and has been awarded 2 AA rosettes ... More | visit website

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Fairmont St Andrews Golf Resort & Spa (6.77 miles)

Fairmont St Andrews Golf Resort & Spa

Fairmont St Andrews, Scotland sits proudly amidst the rugged, coastal landscape of the North Sea, whilst commanding spectacular views of the bay's golden beaches and medieval St Andrews. The hotel recently completed a 13 million ... More | visit website

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Monturpie Guest House (8.11 miles)

Monturpie Guest House
MONTURPIE GUEST HOUSE is a traditional stone built farmhouse modernised to a high standard. Situated in an elevated position it commands magnificent views over the Firth of Forth towards Edinburgh and the Lothians. The B&B is ... More
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West Port (8.82 miles)

West Port

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The West Port Bar & Kitchen is one of the most popular bar restaurants in St Andrews town centre. Recently refurbished to combine contemporary design with traditional comfort, the West ... More

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Albany Hotel (8.84 miles)

Albany Hotel

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Peacefully situated in the heart of historic St Andrews this elegant Georgian terraced house dates from 1795. We are close to Castle Cathedral,the University, cinema, Byre Theatre, shops,restaurants and a ... More

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Greyfriars Hotel (9.02 miles)

Greyfriars Hotel

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A warm welcome to Greyfriars...Our delightful hotel nestles in the heart of historic St. Andrews. Fine food, exquisite luxury and the true warmth of Scottish hospitality ensure our guests have ... More

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Pilmour Hotel (9.08 miles)

Pilmour Hotel

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The Pilmour Hotel was extensively refurbished in 2010 and is now under the ownership of the adjacent Ardgowan Hotel . The Pilmour is a 2 minute walk to the 1st ... More

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The Golf Inn (9.08 miles)

The Golf Inn
The Golf Inn is practically on the doorstep of the famous St Andrews Old Course, just moments away from the award winning "Blue Flag" West Sands beach. The busy, small hotel provides a personal and ... More | visit website

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