Aside from being the home of golf, St Andrews is a vibrant University town, rich with history and culture.
It’s a popular tourist destination all year round, with people visiting from all corners of the globe to experience a unique, welcoming, and scenic town.
We’ll happily give you some advice on the best things to see and do during your stay, but here are a few of the highlights…
Probably the most asked question from our guests (outside of golf) is where we would recommend to eat! St Andrews has a variety of restaurants, whether you are are looking for a five star dining experience, an informal setting, burgers, steak or fish and chips! As a university town we have something for everyone and the standard is excellent.
Located on South Street, the Adamson offers contemporary dining and an excellent cocktail bar.
Located on Strathtyrum Farm, the Balgove Larder is a farm shop with local produce and meat as well as a cafe. The Balgove Steak Barn is located next door with cooked to order steaks, burgers and sausages on a wood-fired BBQ.
Located on Church Square, The Doll’s House has a range of offers from Sunday roast to weekend brunch.
Located on Pilmour Place, the Dunvegan is a local golfers’ pub. Great for watching sports and having a pint post round.
Located next to the St Andrews Aquarium, the Seafood Ristorante sources local produce in a fine dining atmosphere overlooking the St Andrews Bay and West Sands Beach.
Located on Market Street, Forgan’s is known for its gin collection, brunch and ceilidh dancing on Friday and Saturday evenings.