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How to find us......

Only an hours drive from Scotland's capital of Edinburgh and less than 4 miles from Leuchars Railway Station on the main East Coast line from London to Aberdeen, No.45 and the area around St Andrews is easy to get to and explore!

Click on the map above to get directions from where you are.

Here in the village, we have

The Tavern at Strathkinness

The Tavern at Strathkinness

serving evening meals all week and lunches at the weekend. It is within easy walking distance so you can relax and enjoy great food and a drink without driving.

Check out their website at:

St Andrews & Local Area

St Andrews
There is a lot more to St Andrews and the surrounding area than the golf! (Though even if you are not playing you can go in either of the two Links Clubhouses and have a coffee or a meal). We've attempted to show some of the more interesting things to do below whilst you are staying with us....

St Andrews Botanic Gardens

St Andrews Botanic Garden

The Botanic Garden was founded by the University of St. Andrews in 1889 in the precincts of St. Mary's College by a group of enthusiasts led by Dr John Wilson. The Present Botanic Garden was created from two fields in the early 1960s to cater for expansion of the collection and release the town centre lands for other purposes. It has several main areas, ranging from the rock garden and scree, with pools and waterfalls, to sheltered paths through large plantings of trees and shrubs. Whatever the season, there is always something to see.

St Andrews Historic Sites

St Andrews Historic Sites

Though the area has had inhabitants since the middle stone age, settlement has been here since 4500 BC. The first monastery was established in the 8th Century to venerate the bones of St Andrew brought here by St Regulus with the present town having its origins around 1140. It's no wonder that every corner of St Andrews is steeped in historic interest. From the spectacular St Andrews Cathedral ruins to Blackfriars Chapel and Martyrs’ Monument. Explore St Andrews website has all the information...

St Andrews Botanic Gardens

Walking & Cycling in Fife

If you are a walking devotee then the Fife Coastal Path is only a few miles from No.45, though there are many other interesting routes within a half hour drive. Visit WalkFife to find out more...

There are 350 miles of sign cycle routes in Fife with varying degrees of difficulty. Visit Fife Council Cycle Paths for more information....