The Fife Coastal Path runs from the Forth Estuary in the south, to the Tay Estuary in the north and stretches for 150 kms.
Driving a Sports Car is a real experience, enjoying the sights, sounds and feel good factor. Why not build upon the experience by adding first class accomodation and dining on the "Scottish Riviera".
Enjoy 9 holes of golf as it used to be played in the roaring 20s with original hickory clubs and balls that have the feel and distance of the past. Experience the softer sound of rubber wound balls on wood. Kingarrock is a 2,000 yard family course 15 minutes from St Andrews and open to all. It was forgotten for decades and has been rebuilt after 70 years of use as grazing and crop growing.
One of Scotland’s Deepest and Best kept Secrets – THE SECRET BUNKER Scotland’s best kept secret for over 40 years, Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish Farmhouse, a tunnel leads to, Scotland’s Secret Bunker. 24,000 square feet of Secret accommodation. The size of two football pitches, one on top of another, on two levels 100 feet underground.
Deep Sea World welcomes you on a spectacular Underwater Safari – Deep Sea World is the perfect family day out with easy parking, a relaxing Café and a well stocked gift shop
Lundin Golf Club, near to St Andrews the 'Home of Golf', is well known throughout the golfing world as a course of rare quality. Founded in 1868, on a Tom Morris course it was extensively redesigned by five times Open Champion James Braid, in 1909.
Golf has been played on the Links at St Andrews since around 1400 AD and the Old Course is renowned throughout the world as the Home of Golf.
The Wemyss Caves Society was formed in May 1986 in order to protect and save as much of the Wemyss Caves and their unique drawings as possible.
The only Royal Palace in the care of the National Trust for Scotland, Falkland Palace is an impressive Renaissance building set in the heart of the town at the foot of the Lomond Hills.
Situated on the harbour front in Anstruther, in the heart of the Fife fishing community, the Scottish Fisheries Museum tells the story of fishing in Scotland and its people from earliest times to the present.
Scotscraig Golf Club was founded in 1817 by some members of the St. Andrews Society of Golfers (later to become the Royal and Ancient Golf Club) who wished to play more golf than the Society's occasional meetings afforded them. Although the course doesn't sit exactly adjacent to the coastline, there are a few sea breezes to consider when playing this links, heathland mixture.
Since 1984, Scotscraig has hosted the Final Open Qualifying when The Open is played over St Andrews. When the Open returned to St Andrews in 2010, Scotscraig once again hosted Final Open Qualifying
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Amazing break, Thoroughly enjoyed stay. Very friendly staff, nothing too much bother, Fab Food. Will be recommending hotel without a doubt