Fairnie House

10 Abbey Street, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, KY16 9LA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Abbey Street, St. Andrews, is near Kingsbarns Golf Links, St. Andrews Castle, West Sands, and The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews.
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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews

Heading to the Mecca of Golfers

A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Aug 01, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... us had assured us we could get the same price if we bought on the day of travel. She reluctantly typed on her computer for some time, but finally came back with an even lower price of 91 (which included the bus fare from Leuchers to St. Andrews). Weird. We had a bunch of connecting trains and then a bus, but I think we would have had to do the same at the original price anyway.

While I find the trains very convenient ...

Mists and mellow fruitfulness

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 24, 2013

89 photos

... looking on this misty day; what was particularly interesting was that I'm sure I saw steam or smoke coming from a back corner, so I would like to think the Butler's pantry is still inhabited by a crumbling Earl, like Calke Abbey!

And so home to St Andrews via lovely little country lanes, with the last excitement of the day being the discovery of the furthest end of Lade Brae's Walk, where there is a duck pond, an old water mill and yet another doocot!


Hoarding and old stuff

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 09, 2013

I am an inveterate hoarder, so when Duncan asked me to help him go through some of the old equipment and stuff they have stored in a lab down the corridor, I jumped at the opportunity. This lab housed the original spectrometer built by a long retired professor, and there were notes and boxes of floppy disks that held the data, manuals for long expired pieces of equipment and data sheets from the 1980s. It was a lab frozen in time, ...

A few very quick lessons learnt!

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Jul 24, 2013

7 photos

... t go far after a bottle of red. Also, best not to have a coffee and cigarette first thing in the morning, makes for a very uncomfortable journey until a ‘real’ toilet is in sight.

- When wild camping, water is needed for far more things than you realise. A two litre bottle will need to be rationed for boiling dinner and breakfast, a Brit bath, brushing teeth, rinsing dishes and ensure you ...

About Fife, the Highlands, the Borders and Church

A travel blog entry by margarethilson on Jun 26, 2013

5 comments, 5 photos

... My good friends Barb and Les Copley (Victoria and Ottawa
residents) were here for a week and rented a car. Les is braver than I in tackling the
challenge of driving on the wrong side of the road, dealing with roundabouts and narrow, twisty country roads. We went to three different regions: Fife –pastoral and fishing villages; the Highlands – underpopulated, mountainous and sometimes ...