A delightful ground floor apartment, near the centre of the historic coastal town of St Andrews.
Ideal for a couple, a family or even a small group of friends, this property is equally well-situated for a holiday spent relaxing beside the sea, or practising your swing at the world-famous St Andrews Links.
Although this lovely property is all on the ground floor, there are steps to your private parking space to the rear of the property and up to the front door.
Inside you will find two bright and cheery bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with a set of bunks, with a pull-out bed under the lower bunk, so there’s plenty of room for everyone.
The comfortable sitting room is the perfect place for relaxing with a good book and the well-equipped kitchen with breakfast area is the ideal spot to sit an enjoy a morning cup of coffee whilst planning the day’s adventures.
Just a short stroll brings you to the centre of St Andrews, famed for its ancient university, stunning beaches and, of course, as the home of golf.
St Andrews Links is the largest public golf complex in Europe and teeing off here immerses you in 600 years of sporting history.
After you’ve played a round or two, sample a whisky or some freshly-caught seafood in one of the many bars and restaurants on offer, before strolling back to your apartment close by.
For those looking to explore the rest of the beautiful county of Fife, you’ll be rewarded by traditional fishing villages dotted along the coast, not to mention historical sites such as the splendid Falkland Palace & Gardens.
At any time of year, this excellent apartment is perfect for a truly memorable break away.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks with pull-out stacker bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Dundee 13 miles; Perth 35 miles; Edinburgh 50 miles.
St Andrews is Scotland's oldest university town and is situated in the north-east corner of the Kingdom of Fife. In this region, the landscape varies from the gentle hills in the rural hinterland to the windswept cliffs, rocky bays and sandy beaches where scenes from the film 'Chariots of Fire' were famously shot. The town is easily explored on foot, as the main streets form the hub of the town and offer an interesting mix of 13th century through to modern-day buildings, found alongside a variety of shops and restaurants to suit all tastes. The association of St Andrews with golf dates to the 15th century, with the famous 'Old Course' being constructed in the 16th century, whilst today, St Andrews is the frequent venue of championship events and boasts an additional five alternative public courses in the area as well as the excellent Golf Museum. To the south of St Andrews is the East Neuk, a region of quaint fishing villages, while Fife, Dundee, Perth and Edinburgh can all be easily reached.