Fairnie House

Address: 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

Day numero 2

A travel blog entry by emseale on Sep 08, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... to ensure the students are a good fit for the courses. It was such a cool concept! And seeing as I'm taking courses from three different departments so I got to meet three different department heads! (St Andrews students typically choose a single department and just meet with that one head)

When I got home, I finally made my bed and realized a slight mistake...I bought not one but two fitted sheet, and no ...

Could've met Kate in St Andrews...

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on May 31, 2014

110 photos

... a laze in the sun and snapped some pictures of the buildings and head on our way to find the home of golf .

Can't visit St Andrews and not go and see the Old Course where golf was invented, so we jumped in the car and drove five minutes out to the beach where the course is. It's a big complex and turns out there's five different courses in the area. The Old Course is just one. We obviously weren't going to pay 200 to play a round but even if we wanted to the ...

A farewell walk around St Andrews

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Oct 06, 2013

22 photos

... place was empty, but a cheerful woman came out from the back and was happy to serve me with a half of the local.

We spent half an hour chatting about this and that. She had previously had a pub at Nairn on the east coast just across from Inverness. It used to be known as Brighton of the North because it was a popular holiday destination. Apparently it is in a rain shadow and only gets 24 inches of rain a year, (compared to the 200 inches in Fort William just an hour ...

The Fife Coast Path, Part II

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 25, 2013

51 photos

... to, and were very grateful they were in an adjacent field, separated from us by a sturdy stone wall, as some of the daddy cows really did look very big and very fierce... until we walked on another five metres to discover that they had pushed the sturdy stone wall right over, and we were actually in the same field as them!!

So in the end, we trekked all the way back to the "Main Road this way" sign, and trailed all ...

Touring Edinburgh, Scotland

A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Jul 29, 2013

13 photos

... the Scots Guards while M and C ate desserts (or deserts, whichever is appropriate). C went with the boys when they checked out the prison of war exhibit. The castle was used for POW's during the mid to late 1700's including Americans who were considered pirates by the English. We al went through the royal apartments, the Great Hall (which had an awesome display of weaponry) and we saw the Scottish crown jewels. Z and P also went through the Scottish Military ...