Millhouse B&B

Address: 2 Cauldside Farm Steading, Strathkinness High Road, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, KY16 9TY, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 2 Cauldside Farm Steading, Strathkinness High Road, St. Andrews, is near Cathedral of St. Andrews, Swilken Burn Bridge, The Duke's St Andrews, and The Eden Course at St. Andrews Links.
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      Tea time and university town

      A travel blog entry by emseale on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... a 15 minute walk away from Emily) gives us such an authentic experience, with the building being over 200 years old.

      We met Emily and walked to a local farm for scones and tea. They were so delicious and the tea unlike any I have had in Canada. We then went to explore the town of St Andrew’s which is essentially 4 medieval streets, some lined with cobblestones, some with old churches and narrow alley ways, others with modern stores and cafes. The ruins of an ...

      Last Day in St. Andrews

      A travel blog entry by watter306 on Jul 15, 2014

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      ... so there are only certain times it is open to the public. This morning at 10am all the Ladies were out putting in twosomes and we couldn't start play until 10:30. The name Himilayas says it all, it is the hilliest littlest putting course you will see. I played the first hole on my own and then the couple in front of me asked me if I wanted to join them. They were vacationing from Frankfurt, Germany and are also heading off to The ...

      From the Highlands to the Lowlands

      A travel blog entry by michelesh on Sep 28, 2013

      6 photos

      ... on to Edinburgh for our evening entertainment. The Scottish Experience was staged right at our hotel. After a really mediocre dinner, the show began. There was a bagpiper, of course, who was far more professional than the guy at Arcadia Bluffs. He holds the title, Major, but I haven't quite figured out what the means. A young lady from Shetland played the fiddle like I have never heard before. Her name is Gemma Donald, and she ...

      From Highlands & Islands to High Cotton

      A travel blog entry by jean.bottsford on Sep 15, 2013

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... br> We stopped at Stirling castle, think Mel Gibson and Braveheart, and got a "deal" on a pass to see multiple attractions so we drove further east to the golf mecca of St. Andrews. We had to see the castle ruins and cathedral ruins, unfortunately the winds closed down the tower so we missed going up for a birds eye view of the area.
      We left the serenity of the highlands, that was country folk encapsulated in its own time and place... now we ...

      Trimming the Edinburgh Fringe and Grim Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Aug 06, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... thought it would be quick. After all ordering wraps, Kev and Erin were informed that there was only one wrap left, so Erin got something else. A few minutes later, the girl realised that I had also ordered a wrap, so I would be missing out on that despite ordering first. Anyway, Erin and Kev both got their meals, and I was left waiting at the counter for about 15 minutes. It started to get a bit busier, so I asked them whether my meal was still coming, and the girl had no idea what ...