St Andrews holiday cottages are the best way to see the home of golf. Not far from Edinburgh, or Dundee, the town has a charming medieval centre, Botanical Gardens and two beaches.
Known as the home of golf, here you will find seven courses, including, of course, the famous Old Course. The picturesque town is also home to the imposing ruins of St Andrews Castle and Cathedral, and the University of St Andrews, the oldest in Scotland.
Fife holiday cottages give you the chance to see all over the county. thisGolf lovers will also want to visit Lundin Links, where you can find two golf courses, one of which is the oldest ladies’ golf course in the world, Kingsbarns, and Crail. Crail is not just for golfers – the former royal burgh is home to many beautiful 17th to 19th century buildings, including an impressive tollbooth, and Crail Aerodrome and raceway, where drivers may race their own cars. Combine golf with other aspects of Scottish tradition and rent a holiday cottage in Burntisland, home to the second oldest Highland Games in Scotland, as well as the competition winning Burntisland and District Pipe Band.
Nearby Anstruther is perfect for animal lovers – from here one can get a boat to the Isle of May, the primary place to see puffins in the UK, as well as seals, and sometimes even whales! Hidden beneath a nondescript rural farmhouse you can find a secret nuclear bunker, now open to the public, which is also well worth a visit. Browse our listings of holiday cottages in Fife and you’re sure to find somewhere you love.