Welcome to Fife and St Andrews

The home of golf, beautiful beaches and glorious countryside

Situate on the east coast of Scotland, Fife is home to sandy beaches, picturesque fishing villages, rolling hills and meadows. If you want to get outdoors on your next holiday then this is the place to visit. 

Fife is a region steeped in history and Dunfermline is the ancient capital of Scotland. Head to Abbot House and discover and learn about 1000 years of history. Dunfermline Palace and Abbey are the ruins of a Benedictine abbey founded by Queen Margaret in the 11th century and are architecturally stunning.

Of course, St Andrews is most famous for being the home of golf and the 600 year old Old Course is perhaps the most renowned golf course in the world. There are plenty of other golf courses in St Andrews and across Fife including Kingarrock Golf Course where you can only play with old wooden shafted golf clubs! 

But it's not just golf that is on offer in Fife and St Andrews. Visitors can walk through and along the remarkable and magnificent coastline and landscape on the 115 mile Fife Coastal Path. The path stretches from south to north Fife, and walkers pass through charming fishing villages as well as grassy fields. Or if you prefer to travel on two wheels there is over 300 miles of cycle routes on offer in the region! 

With so much to see and do what better way to make the most of your holiday to Fife and St Andrews then by staying in a pub! Pubs can accommodate a variety of needs and budgets and provide guests with the perfect base to explore the region. 

Not only do pubs offer rooms fitted with facilities such as en-suite bathrooms, Freeview, flat screen TVs and luxury bedding but they serve fantastic home cooked food, wonderful local ales and have a warm and inviting atmosphere. 

So if you are planning a trip to Fife and St Andrews, why not stay in a pub? Use the search below to start planning your perfect getaway today! 


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