Kinbrae Golf House, 58 Argyle Street, St Andrews, KY16 9BU

From £650 to £1,500

Sleeps:5

Bedrooms:3

Pets Allowed:Welcome

Smoking Allowed:No

Bathrooms:2

WiFi:Yes

Facilities

  • On street parking
  • private back garden
  • BBQ
  • walking distance to shops, bars and restaurants
  • 10 minutes to the world famous Old Course and R & A Clubhouse
  • beaches closeby
  • water sports, tennis and horse riding available
  • gorgeous coastal walks

Sleeps 5 - This lovely detached house is situated in the heart of the historic University town of St Andrews. Within a five-minute walk of the local amenities including the several artisan shops and boutiques the town has to offer, it is also within easy walking distance of the 7 golf courses managed by the St Andrews Links Trust. The house is located on Argyle Street, a few minutes walk from the historic Westport arch which leads onto South Street (one of the three main thoroughfares in the town of St Andrews). It is arranged over two floors - the main living accommodation is on the first floor while the 3 bedrooms are all on the second. There is a large conservatory at the back of the house which overlooks the patioed garden area - there is a table with seating for 6, making it the perfect spot for an al fresco evening meal in the hazy Scottish sun. The house has been recently refurbished and is decorated to a high standard throughout.

There is nowhere more unique than St Andrews. It has world renowned golf courses, miles and miles of sandy beaches, fabulous coastal walks, world-class restaurants and the history of being an esteemed University town. There is something for everybody here.

There are about 30 golf courses within 15 miles. The restaurants in the town are numerous and of excellent quality. Similarly excellent quality is to be found amongst the local shops, with a range of independent boutiques and artisan traders selling unique labels and fresh local produce from St Andrews and the surrounding area. There are music and art festivals held locally during the year.
St Andrews holds a special place in Scotland's history. It takes its name from the Apostle whose relics, legend tells us, were brought to this place in antiquity by St Rule. Scotland later adopted St Andrew as her patron saint and took his saltire cross for her flag. Before the Reformation, the town was the centre of religious life in medieval Scotland, with the bishops wielding great influence over both church and state. St Andrews is also famous as a place of learning. The university, founded in 1410-11, is the third oldest in Britain.
For many visitors, though, it's a game that draws them here, for St Andrews is the home of golf, the sport having been played here for some 600 years. The Old Course is arguably the most famous golf course in the world, and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club is still the ruling body for the rules of golf. Fittingly, the Old Course hosted the Open during the millennium year and did so again in 2005 and 2010. The next staging of the Open in St Andrews is set for 2015, be sure to book your accommodation early.
There are 7 fabulous golf courses within the town and many Championship Links courses in neighbouring villages.
St Andrews is a town designed for exploring. The medieval layout of the town centre remains intact, with the main shopping areas concentrated in Market Street and South Street, with Bell Street and Church Street connecting the two principal streets. Take time to explore – on foot – and take pleasure at the surprises and delights you will find.
There are some ancient historic buildings to explore (the Castle and Cathedral are must-sees), museums (including the British Golf Museum), as well as the stunning beaches with all they have to offer and the pier - spectacular for a walk at sunset.

Ground floor

Kitchen, fully equipped with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher. There is also a washing machine.
Dining room - a spacious room with lots of light from the large bay window. A door leads through from the kitchen and the table seats 6 comfortably.
Living room with TV (Freeview) - this room benefits from its partnership with the conservatory. The two flow seamlessly into one another, giving a great feeling of space and also ensuring that the living room remains nice and cosy.
Downstairs bathroom with shower; separate toilet and wash hand basin.

First floor

Bedroom 1 is a super king double which can be made up as a twin if required
Bedroom 2 - a twin bedroom with zip and link singles which can be made up as a super king double if required
Bedroom 3 houses a single bed and features a lovely cast iron fireplace, original to the house
Upstairs bathroom consists of a bath and shower over, toilet and wash hand basin. There is also a separate toilet with wash hand basin next door.

Additional details

No smoking
Gas central heating
Wifi internet access
Linen and towels provided
Parking is on-street, outside the house
Well-behaved pets are allowed by prior arrangement

Prices are in GBP.

Date Price for 7 nights from
20 Oct 2017 to 21 Dec 2017 750.00
22 Dec 2017 to 30 Dec 2017 1,100.00
01 Jan 2018 to 05 Jan 2018 1,100.00
06 Jan 2018 to 29 Mar 2018 650.00
30 Mar 2018 to 22 Jun 2018 1,000.00
30 Jun 2018 to 21 Jul 2018 1,100.00
22 Jul 2018 to 29 Jul 2018 1,500.00
30 Jul 2018 to 28 Sep 2018 1,100.00
30 Sep 2018 to 06 Oct 2018 1,200.00
07 Oct 2018 to 18 Oct 2018 1,100.00
19 Oct 2018 to 21 Dec 2018 750.00
22 Dec 2018 to 04 Jan 2019 1,100.00