Situated directly opposite St Andrews Castle, offering magnificent views over the bay and Fife coastline, this fine Edwardian home is fully modernised with en suite facilities whilst retaining many of its charming original features.
address2 The Scores
contact detailsTel: 01334 475579
Just 3 minutes walk from the town centre and the Old Course, Castlemount offers an ideal location for visiting St Andrews and the surrounding area.
Feel at Home, in The Home of Golf.
In addition to your comfortable en-suite bedroom, you will find numerous quiet corners in which to relax and read a good book, or our upper-level dining room enjoying perhaps the most spectacular breakfast views in St Andrews.
Getting to St. Andrews
The closest national/international airports are:
From Edinburgh Airport take the Airlink No 100 bus (every 10 minutes, less frequently throughout the night) to the centre of Edinburgh (Haymarket or Waverley Stations) and then by rail to Leuchars (pronounced ‘Lookers’) then bus/taxi to St Andrews.
Catch the Airdirect747 to Rosyth Ferrytoll and travel onward by bus X59 to St Andrews town centre.
Car hire is available from the usual major car hire companies at these airports as well as in the city centres.
Getting to St Andrews by bus
Stagecoach offer a number of services to and from St Andrews from all major Scottish cities . For more details see:
Timetables for local bus services within St Andrews for travel to and from Leuchars railway station as well as coastal and outlying rural areas also available here.
Getting to St Andrews by car
Getting to St Andrews by rail
Leuchars is the nearest railway station to St Andrews (6 miles). It is on the main line from London King’s Cross via Edinburgh, or from Aberdeen via Dundee.
Train timetables, journey planners and online ticket sales are available at:
From the railway station
from Leuchars, St Andrews may be reached by car, taxi or bus (3 or more buses per hour by day Monday – Saturday and less frequently in the evenings & Sundays – see Bus timetables for details).
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