Millhouse B&B

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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    Could've met Kate in St Andrews...

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on May 31, 2014

    110 photos

    ... and decided at the last minute we would call into Anstruther. A dodgy single lane goat track with a few blind corners later, we arrived in Anstruther to be greeted by the thickest fog you've ever seen. Could barely see the boats in the harbour. It was a packed with people anyway but we found a park and tried to get some world famous Fish'n'Chips from the Anstruther Fish Bar. The line was out the door so we decided to try the less busy shop down the road. First good ...

    A farewell walk around St Andrews

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Oct 06, 2013

    22 photos

    ... I stuck to the road even though it isn’t very pleasant as one feels obliged to step onto the verge every time a car comes past. Everyone seems to drive a little Mini painted in racing livery, and driven accordingly, so more than once it was a spring rather than a mere step onto the verge that was required. At the crossroads I took the right, signposted towards Strathkinness, as that is the road that passes through the Bishop’s wood.

    One half of the wood ...

    The Fife Coast Path, Part II

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 25, 2013

    51 photos

    ... and finally over a stile into a field with no obvious way out, and a sign pointing back the way we've just come. We walked every centimetre of the perimeter of that field (and it was a big one) in long, very wet grass and mountains of cow poo (in our tidy-going-to-Edinburgh clothes, remember) and there was no way out. The only thing of any interest was a herd of cattle, mostly bulls and young steers, that we talked to and ...

    St. Andrews or bust!

    A travel blog entry by rkeron on Jul 16, 2013

    ... is one of a handful of curling Kerons in Scotland. It was great to get to know Ian a little bit and he was able to give us a few tips for our time here.
    After dinner Ian was gracious enough to invite us back to his nearby home to meet his family and sample a wee dram. He also presented me with a few keepsakes including his home club pins and a shirt from his participation in the Strathcona Cup which involved he and a group of Scots curling their way across Canada.



    A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5 on May 25, 2013

    2 comments, 100 photos

    ... The Kiss'. I'm planning on going to Rodin's house while I'm in Paris and I'm very excited, I love his work. To see 'The Kiss', even a replica of it, was lovely. Sculptures fascinate me. The very idea that they see a possibility of a work of art in a chuck of
    rock blows my mind, because to make it art they have to chisel away at it. I love the story of Michaelangelo (I think) saying that that he sees something imprisoned in the rock and that his chiseling away at it frees the something. ...