St Andrews

 

  Although we are still researching the origins of the property it appears on an old map in Kellie Castle (NT) dated 1775. The house is a listed building and despite extensive renovation and refurbishment the old facade is largely unaltered.Whether you are visiting St Andrews for business or pleasure. Douglas and Yvonne aim to make your stay unforgettable. offering genuine Scottish hospitality in a magnificent setting. If you are visiting the area to soak in the history or to play a little golf advice is always at hand. Service is second to none at Edenside House.

  Edenside House offers 2 double rooms, 5 twin rooms & 1 triple room. All rooms are tastefully decorated with shower ensuite facilities, colour tv & beverage tray. All rooms have central heating and secondary glazing. Some bedrooms are ground floor.Guests are welcome to use the garden which extends to half and acre and affords good views of the estuary and it's bird life.Each room has a designated parking space.Or why not relax in our cosy lounge where books and magazines are available.

 

Named after Saint Andrew, the Royal Burgh of St Andrews is a coastal town in Fife, Scotland, and the home of golf. It has a population of about 18,000, and stands on the North Sea coast between Edinburgh and Dundee. It is home to Scotland's oldest university, the University of St Andrews. The town has acquired the name of "the Mecca of Golf", partly because the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, founded in 1754, exercises legislative authority over the game, and partly because of its beautiful links (St Andrews Links) (acquired by the town in 1894). Visitors travel to St Andrews in great numbers for several courses ranked amongst the finest in the world, as well as for the sandy beaches. The Martyrs Memorial, erected to the honour of Patrick Hamilton, George Wishart, and other martyrs of the Reformation epoch, stands at the west end of the Scores on a cliff overlooking the sea.

   This Charming ancient burgh has played a leading part in the Scottish history over the centuries and was once the ecclesiastical capital of the country. Legend has it that St Regulus was shipwrecked here with the bones of St Andrew who was thereafter became the patron saint of Scotland. The towns maze of medieval, Victorian and Edwardian streets are best explored on foot. Amongst the landmarks are the castle, cathedral, Scotland's first university ( Where Prince William studied ) and the harbor. Other attractions include a theatre, Sea Life Centre, museums ( including British Golf Museum ), sandy beaches and a wide range of eating places. The surrounding area is rich in castles, country houses, parks and quaint little fishing villages.

 

 View from Edenside House
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