St Andrews Experience
St Andrews is set in a spectacular position on the edge of the wooded hills of the Fife countryside, looking out over a rocky headland to the dramatic waters of the North Sea. For more than a thousand years, this historic town has been a focal point for bishops and kings, saints and martyrs, students and holidaymakers, and of course some of the greatest golfers in the world.
St Andrews is a magical place to visit and boasts a rich and colourful history, which you are reminded of whenever you walk along the three main streets at the heart of this historic town. Add in the wide variety of bars and restaurants set amongst the ruins and ancient University buildings, and the beautiful beaches that blend in with the world famous links golf courses, and you have a destination that is truly unique. The Visit St Andrews website provides more information to visitors about the town and the surrounding Fife countryside.
Getting to St Andrews
St Andrews is located on the east coast of Scotland within the Kingdom of Fife, 50 miles north east of Edinburgh and 13 miles south of Dundee. This part of...Read More
Our estate is located in a tranquil setting just a 10 minute walk to the west of the historic town centre, close to Whitehorn Hall, University Hall and David Russell...Read More
Get in touch With a wealth of experience organising camps for clubs we believe St Andrews is a perfect training venue for pre-season or mid-season training. We understand the requirements...Read More
Introduction to the University
Founded in the fifteenth century, St Andrews is Scotland's first university and the third oldest in the English speaking world. Teaching began in the community of St Andrews in 1410,...Read More