Morton of Pitmilly countryside resort is set in a stunning location just outside St Andrews, the home of golf, and a stone's throw from Kingsbarns Golf Links.
addressMorton Of Pitmilly
contact detailsTel: 01334 880466
Morton of Pitmilly countryside resort is set in a stunning location just outside St Andrews, the home of golf, and a stone's throw from Kingsbarns Golf Links. It boasts fantastic sea views and is nestled close to the East Neuk of Fife's picturesque fishing villages. It is more than just award-winning four and five star accommodation - offering extensive leisure facilities and activities.
Guests love the tranquil setting which combines space and privacy with first class accommodation, many returning for long or short stays throughout the year.
Value for money, commitment to quality and exemplary customer service have led to our ongoing succes sover the years and a belief that we offer the most magical holiday experience in the area.
Whether you are arranging a reunion, business workshop, golf trip, quiet weekend away, family gathering or an exclusive use venue for a wedding party, Morton of Pitmilly countryside resort is the perfect location to stay, play and relax.
Discover the magic of Morton of Pitmilly for yourself.
Our countryside resort is beside the village of Kingsbarns on the A917 coast road between St Andrews and Crail. Turn up Station Road opposite the church and the pub (signposted to "Morton of Pitmilly Countryside Resort"). You will pass several houses and one field on the right before you see our signs at the end of the tarmac farm road.
Please note: Certain Sat Nav and GPS systems show our postcode incorrectly. The most straightforward route is via St Andrews or Crail and then to Kingsbarns along the A917. Our exact co-ordinates are Latitude: 56.305285 Longitude: -2.675194.
Morton of Pitmilly
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