Lorimer Guest House

19 Murray Park, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, KY16 9AW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews

Could've met Kate in St Andrews...

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... not really realising the fuss or how famous it was and then took our time heading back over the famous greens and even getting a sneaky putt in on one of the big official greens. The sun on its way down by this stage so it was pretty beautiful and although there was a bit of a wind coming off the ocean, it was a fairly nice night.

We from there just drove home getting back to Edinburgh at about 10.30pm and got just the very end of the suns light. The next day, ...

A farewell walk around St Andrews

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... of large stones cobbled into place, but now inaccessible and disused. From here on, the banks are built up of similar fitted stones. They make a levy about 3m higher than the water, and the reclaimed land.

Not too many people follow this path, which is a pity because it has lovely views across the estuary and along it to the spires of St Andrews. It was very overgrown so it was a case of bashing through huge stands of thistles while making sure not to fall ...

Bald-Ian's cunning plan

A travel blog entry by twovines


... and head for the long stay car park, previously researched by Ian and plugged into the sat nav (not always the best plan). Sat nav behaves itself and we arrive without incident...it's large, empty and free of charge...bonus. The town was established in 1140 and became the ecclesiastical and intellectual capital of Middle Ages Scotland. We set off for Market Street, the central thoroughfare which retains its medieval plan of four parallel main streets. It's a great shame the fair ...

...and home again, across the middle

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... s, and mostly we could motor along quite smoothly at the speed limit, or close to it, anyway.

The most interesting stop was at a church on a loch. I think it was Victorian, not the Gothic it was attempting to emulate, but quite daft and very pretty. In the main nave was a table containing a collection of pebbles, sea-shells and other little offerings; one of them was marked "S&F" and a date in May, so we're pretty sure they commemorated ...

If Manticores Could Sing Opera

A travel blog entry by lilyface


... br>
Dear NYC,

I didn't like you all that much when I visited you last summer.

Now I hate you with the heat of 1000 fires built by Vikings to be extra hot for unknown Viking metal heating/body burning purposes.

These fires are, of course, purgatorial, not hellish—which is to say, you can be redeemed (as some 97% of people/places/things are redeemable in my eyes), but you'll have to put in some mad effort.

You ...

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This hotel, located on 19 Murray Park, St. Andrews, is near The St. Andrews Links, British Golf Museum, St. Andrews University, and Lundin Golf Club.
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