St Andrews

One of Scotland's most well known medieval towns, St Andrews is also best known as the home of golf and as the home to one of the UK's most prestigious universities. Named after Saint Andrew the Apostle, St Andrews now has a population of over 15,000 and is a major Scottish tourism hotspot. With many historical landmarks and attractions to explore, bars, restaurants and boutiques - St Andrews offers something for everyone.

Holidays in Scotland

Those visiting Scotland on vacation are sure to rank St Andrews highly on their list of places to visit. Steeped in history, St Andrews, the East Neuk of Fife and its many fishing villages have much to offer!

Accommodation in St Andrews

The Honeypot Bed & Breakfast is situated a short drive from St Andrews in the beautiful village of Crail. Find out more about the Honeypot and their accommodation for visitors to St Andrews.

Things to do in St Andrews

St Andrews is perhaps best known as the home of golf, with many world class golf courses in the town of St Andrews and in the surrounding area. Historically, St Andrews is significant and boasts some beautiful architecture. Walk the streets taking in the sights, visit St Andrew's Castle and St Andrew's Cathedral. Keep an eye out for the apse of the Dominican Friary, Blackfriars which can still be seen on South Street. If you're golfed-out, St Andrews also offers a multitude of wonderful bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. In the summer months, grab an ice cream and spend a day on St Andrews beach or visit the Aquarium!