The magnificent St Andrews Lodge is the newest of three gorgeous gems making up the fabulous St Andrews Country Retreat. It will launch in April 2022. St Andrews Lodge offers five beautifully appointed bedroom suites sleeping 10 guests in luxurious comfort. It can be booked on its own or in conjunction with one or both of the other houses. In total the three houses can sleep 30 guests plus there is on-site bed and breakfast accommodation which can sleep a further 8 guests. The family-run, five star St Andrews Country Retreat is absolutely perfect for large groups, either friends or multi-generational families or corporate gatherings. The luxurious facilities at each of the houses and on the estate are second-to-none and are absolutely fabulous for golf loving guests. It boasts a stunning location, surrounded by 65 acres of tranquil countryside.
St Andrews Lodge is located just outside the very pretty hamlet of Peat Inn. The hamlet is centred on the Michelin starred restaurant The Peat Inn which was built in the mid 1700’s. It is 7 miles south east of Cupar and 6 miles south west of St Andrews, Scotland’s world-famous Home of Golf. St Andrews is the Kingdom of Fife’s historic gem, famous also for its university, medieval streets and fantastic traditional buildings including St Andrews Cathedral. This superb golf capital boasts 10 fantastic courses including the renowned Old Course.
St Andrews Lodge is perfect for celebrations with its beautifully appointed entertainment spaces. It is stylishly furnished and decorated throughout. Interior designers have certainly waved their magic wands on this beautiful house. The Lodge is built on one level so is an accessible property offering a warm welcome and a luxurious, indulgent stay. The very well equipped designer kitchen and breakfast room boasts exceptional appliances and a wonderful atmosphere. There are two living and dining spaces, one at each end of the Lodge. One of the living spaces features a bar with pull up stools, another fabulous feature. All Sky channels are available when watching the state-of-the-art televisions. The five excellent bedroom suites boast stunning oversized headboards, luxury tartan throws and cushions decorating the beds, dressing areas and immaculate bathrooms. With superb power showers and indulgent roll top baths, the bathrooms are restful, luxurious and certainly spaces where you will want to linger. Guests are provided with robes, slippers and luxury toiletries. Guests will enjoy the sleep of kings on the memory foam, super-sprung, super-king zip and links beds which offer flexible sleeping arrangements.
Outside guests can pamper themselves in the private hydro spa with its incredible 43 jets that relieve tension in targeted areas. What bliss! It is certainly the spot for a glass of champagne while enjoying the fabulous views across the River Forth. You can also enjoy alfresco dining on the terrace using the excellent Mediterranean barbecue. The Lodge will enjoy a short golf game with pitching mats, holes and bunkers, similar to those at the other two properties. Guests also enjoy access the Retreat’s private 270 yard golf driving range.
St Andrews Lodge has been designed to offer the ultimate in luxurious breaks with incredible facilities. The Retreat enjoys an in-house catering team who can provide delicious bespoke breakfasts and carefully chosen private chefs can create tailored menus if desired. The estate also offers hire of its 16 seater mini coach and 8 seater mini bus and offers some complimentary transfers locally when available. You cannot go wrong booking accommodation at St Andrews Country Retreat!
St Andrews Lodge is located just outside of St Andrews, the golfing capital of Scotland in the small hamlet of Peat Inn. Guests can enjoy a delicious gastronomic delight at The Peat Inn, the hamlet’s famous Michelin starred restaurant.
St Andrews is extremely popular for its landscaped, prestigious golf courses but also offers excellent shopping, some wonderful art galleries, interesting museums and spectacular golden beaches. Visitors enjoy fine dining in the atmospheric restaurants as well as delicious ice creams from the local ice cream parlours. There are many exciting and interesting attractions from St Andrews Cathedral and St Andrews Castle to Scotland’s Secret Bunker. The remains of St Andrews Cathedral are a must-see for any visitor. It was once the largest church in Scotland and the museum is home to a fantastic collection of medieval sculptures and relics which were found on the site. For amazing views across St Andrews and Fife, visitors can climb St Rule’s Tower which dates from the 12th century. St Andrews Castle enjoys a history spanning 450 years. It has been a bishop’s palace, a fortress and a state prison.
The Old Course is the golfing location which every golfer aspires to visit. It is one of the most famous golf courses in the world and visitors can join an expert guide to walk around the 1st, 17th and 18th holes, walking in the footsteps of golfing legends and experiencing a player’s eye view. There are ballots to play on the Old Course but you can book in advance to play on some of the other golfing wonders including The Castle Course, The New Course, the Jubilee Course, the Eden Course and the Strathtyrum Course.
Another popular adventure is to take one of the St Andrews Ghost Tours which introduce visitors to many haunted locations including the Cathedral and St Andrews University.
The Fife Pilgrim Way is a wonderfully scenic long-distance walk through the ancient Kingdom of Fife. Visitors can follow in the footsteps of pilgrims who flocked to Fife between the 11th and 16th centuries to be near to the bones of St Andrew, one of Jesus’ disciples. It was considered to be the next best thing to the Holy Land, joining ranks with the Santiago de Compostela and Rome.
Dundee is only half an hour from St Andrews Lodge. It is located on the Firth of Tay estuary and enjoys a regenerated waterfront with two nautical museums, RRS Discovery, Captain Scott’s Antarctic expedition ship and HM Frigate Unicorn, the 19th century warship. There are many museums including Verdant Works which celebrates the city’s jute manufacturing heritage and The McManus, Dundee’s Art Gallery and Museum which displays art and archaeological finds.