Meikleour Arms Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sent adrenaline pumping through my body and it was such a rush there is really nothing I can compare it to.
The day was a huge success as everyone finished their races, the pipes played Scotland the Brave and Soph got to see her Highland dancing. We followed it with burgers and chips and it is worth noting that dad did try a burger with haggis on it. That's all from me. Thanks for reading!
... helpful. Highlights of the round included Katie's 39 on the front nine, Lori's birdie on 11, some close calls of balls going onto the beach, and Kyleigh's 280yrd drive! Had we been playing best ball, we would have finished 5 over par! After the round we made our way back to the hotel and ventured out to find some dinner. The Italian place we were hoping to see was booked up, so we ended up going to a pub near the Old Course. Food was good but service was ...
... his grandsons are golf mad. The lady at the shop was most helpful and not only provided stamps for the collection of postcards we had to send but could tell us where to post them and best of all where to go for a good cup of coffee. This little coffee shop actually had a flat white and the girl who served us said she'd give us a double shot as she knew Aussies liked strong coffee. Perfect - what more could we want. On our way out of St Andrews we see the RAF Base at Leuchars. ...
Up and had breakfast at the Caledonian then decided to drive up the Firth of Fourth coast and on to St Andrews. We stopped first at St Monans, a quaint little fishing village with an ancient church and interesting small harbour. We had a quick wander in Pittenween then drove on to St Andrews. We had a light lunch then toured the St Andrews Castle. This has had a long history of battle, being razed and rebuilt many times. 1188-1202 Bishop Roger built a castle here. 1296-1357 Wars ...
... and I headed off to play golf - it was much easier than "The Dukes" as it was basically flat and Jon and I would love to come back and put our names down for the ballot for the "Old Course". Jon scored a birdie on one hole so he now has something to crow about! The sense of history and golfing tradition absolutely oozes out of every street corner up here and as you drive past the Royal and Ancient Club (the "R&A) its ...