St Andrews in the county of Fife, the home of golf.
Fife lays claim also to another 45 courses. Travelling south from St Andrews we arrive in the east "Neuk" the old Scots word for corner with it's secluded little fishing harbours. The Howe of Fife with its patchwork fields leads us to Perth and the gateway to the Highlands. Our capital city Edinburgh and Glasgow, both within a 30 to 45 minute drive are well situated for day excursions. Golfers and fishermen alike will be spoilt for choice at the facilities on our doorstep.
Our ancient capital Dunfermline, the birth place of Kings & Queens, offers a host of Historical attractions. The 12th century Abbey and Palace, Abbots House, Andrew Carnegie's birthplace and the splendour of Pittencrief Park are all worth a visit when strolling around the City Centre. The new Kingsgate shopping centre can offer a welcome break from the visitor attractions with a good selection of high street shops. A few miles to the west of the city lies the Royal Burgh of Culross a 17th century village that remains the same today. After walking on the winding cobbled streets a refreshing pint in the Red Lion is a treat not to be missed!