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Yorkston Guest House

Yorkston Guest House is conveniently situated in the west end of St. Andrews and a mere 10 minute walk from the famous first tee of the Old Course. The guest house is only a few minutes walk from the historic west port, main shopping area, restaurants and café bars.


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68 - 70 Argyle Street
St Andrews
KY16 9BU

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Tel: 01334 472019
Web: http://www.yorkstonguesthouse.co.uk/
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uilt in 1868, the Victorian Building has been in continual family ownership since 1955. There are ten bedrooms offering a variety of accommodation.

We are delighted to accommodate our guests for one evening but you will probably find that you will need longer to enjoy the unexpected charm of the 'auld grey toun'. Steeped in history, St. Andrews offers medieval buildings including the Castle and Cathedral along with Scotlands oldest University. The old is uniquely combined with the new, modern state of the art facilities including the Byre theatre, 3 screen cinema, and British Golf Museum. You will be spoilt for choice!

If you would like to explore further afield St Andrews can be a perfect base from which to explore the wider Kingdom of Fife including the quaint fishing villages of the East Neuk.

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Things to do in St Andrews

A selection of things to do in and around St Andrews

Kohler Waters Spa

Kohler Waters Spa

Release stress, reconnect with family, friends, and most of all, with yourself, at Kohler Waters Spa. 

West Port Gate

West Port Gate

One of the few surviving city gates in Scotland.  Step through the best preserved city gate in Scotland, leading to the heart of a medieval town. The West Port of St Andrews was built in 1587 as a monumental entrance to the city’s South Street. It was less a defensive structure than...

The Doll's House

The Doll's House

The Doll’s House is one of St Andrew’s most recognisable spots to eat & drink- 2015 saw the restaurant celebrate its 20th anniversary.

St Michaels Golf Course

St Michaels Golf Course

St Michaels is an 18 hole Par 70 parkland course within sight of the historic town of St Andrews, the home of golf. The front nine holes overlook the Eden Estuary and the spired churches of St Andrews can be seen on the horizon during play.

St Andrews Museum

St Andrews Museum

It’s all going ON at St Andrews Museum - a stunning Victorian mansion nestled in the grounds of Kinburn Park that now features a childrens play area and labyrinth path.  We have a varied programme of temporary exhibitions, talks, children’s workshops and activities.  ...

The Tailend

The Tailend

A family run Fresh Fish Restaurant, Take-Away and Deli. Open 11.30am - 10pm 7 days a week. 

St Andrews Highland Games

St Andrews Highland Games

Relatively new on the scene, St Andrews Highland Games takes place each July.

The Morris Building

The Morris Building

The Morris Building is a new centralised storage facility for St Andrews Links Trust together with supporting Office Accommodation. It sits behind the first green of the Balgove Course. 

St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum & Garden

St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum & Garden

The St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum is an independent social history museum situated in a lovely 17th century house in the heart of the town’s old fisher quarter, a stone’s throw from both the Castle and the Cathedral...

St Andrews Links - The New Course

St Andrews Links - The New Course

The oldest 'new' course in the world, the second course at the Home of Golf was designed by the 'Keeper of the Green' in 1895 and was imaginatively named to differentiate from its famous neighbour.

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