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North Star

Sleeps 5North Star sleeps 6 in three bedrooms and has a private walled garden.

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Sleeps 2Scribbles sleeps two in one bedroom. It has a small private courtyard.

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Welcome to the Heart of St Andrews

We are located at the quiet residential end of North street less than 30 yards from the University Graduation Hall. This really is the Heart of St Andrews.  Our two 4* properties which share one Georgian town house are available for holidays throughout the year. Choose full weeks or short breaks to make the most of every season.

St Andrews has a picturesque harbour between two of the most famous beaches in Scotland.  Come for a traditional family seaside holiday during which you can take in some serious kite-flying, surf-boarding and sand-castle building.  Explore the East Neuk of Fife, with its fishing villages and their harbours and artists, taverns and eating places - several of the best fish and chip shops in Britain vie with one of the best seafood restaurants in the world for your attention.

St Andrews is the home of Golf.  Every five years the British Open on the Old Course is the absolute highlight for professional golfers world-wide.  Between times the course, publically owned, and other courses on the links in the town or along the coast, draw enthusiastic players again from around the world.  You have to spend time here to absorb the sporting history and tackle the challenges you have seen so often on TV


St Andrews is one of Scotland’s four medieval universities with historic connections stretching from its origins in the fourteenth century to a royal romance in the twenty-first.  St Andrews university attracts the brightest young people from around the world - they energise the town, where a varied and colourful cafe culture has grown up.

St Andrews encapsulates the history of Scotland with its thirteenth century castle and cathedral, the ancient halls and quadrangles of the university and continuing traditions.  From early middle ages until the reformation, St Andrews was the ecclesiastical capital of Scotland.

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