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Myres Castle, St Andrews, Fife

Myres Castle
St Andrews

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Myres Castle is a wonderful family home, steeped in history, dating back to around 1530. This recently refurbished castle is surrounded by a 44 acre estate, beautiful gardens, hard tennis court and helipad and fully staffed by a charming and dedicated team

The Castle sleeps up to 18 people in 9 double bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. With the staff always discreetly on hand to assist, Myres likes to afford their guests as much privacy as possible in order to maintain the ambience of a private home. Formal meals are served in an elegant dining room, or for smaller groups in the informal Victorian family kitchen

Catering for up to 50, Myres Castle is an ideal location for both private parties and corporate events and offers additional services including PC and fax facilities, direct dial telephones in all bedrooms and conference and meeting facilities.

Sleeps up to 18
20 minutes from St Andrews
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LTR offer access to some of the finest private castles, including Myers Castle, and other properties in Scotland and beyond


Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Historic House
Nearest Major Town: St Andrews
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