• Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews
  • Brownlees Guest House Bed and Breakfast, St Andrews

Things to do in and around St.Andrews, Fife, Scotland

The East Neuk is probably the most scenic part of Fife with visitors and holidaymakers looking to experience the unique bygone atmosphere of its' many fishing villages as well as the golf on offer. It is also the central point of the popular 'Fife Coastal Path' that stretches between the Forth Road and Tay Road Bridges .

Anstruther, Fife

Anstruther is the largest of the East Neuk villages and is a popular tourist destination with a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. Boat trips leave here for the Isle of May , and the harbour has recently been upgraded to include a marina.

Crail, Fife

Crail  is probably the most photographed of the East Neuk villages , and its not hard to see why. Crail's quaint cobbled streets are full of traditional fishing cottages. Many of the houses here have stunning views over the north sea and there is a lovely walk that takes you high above the houses overlooking the harbour.

St. Monans, Fife

St. Monans is perhaps lesser known but is still well worth a visit. The village has an imposing Kirk with panoramic views and old castle ruins nearby. There is a working windmill which is open to the public in the summer and also an award winning fish restaurant should you wish to dine here.

Elie, Fife

Elie , which leads on into Earlsferry is a highly sought after residential area and many people have holiday homes here. There are beautiful golden sand beaches all around and also a boating/ activity centre which has boats, pedaloes, surfboards and canoes for hire. In the summer Elie is particularly popular with families looking for a good day out on the beach.

Pittenweem, Fife

Pittenweem is a classic fishing village and artists flock here to paint the beautifully rugged landscape. A large fishing fleet still operates from the busy harbour area and the village is host to a week long arts festival in August each year. If you are here around that time, we strongly recommend you visit Pittenweem. The arts festival starts with a spectacular music and fireworks display and throughout the week the village is teaming with visitors who are able to browse the dozens of homes (converted into mini art galleries) which are open to the public.

 

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Brownlees Guest House Client Testimonials

  • "A Warm Welcome To Scotland"

    Brownlee's was our first stop after arriving in Scotland and we were met warmly by Trevor and Jackie. Brownlee's has a great location. They are so close to The Old Course, shopping and restaurants. Trevor and Jackie are TERRIFIC hosts; very friendly and helpful with many great tips and fun stories. Our room was very clean and comfortable. Breakfasts were delicious with a variety of options. We really appreciated Trevor and Jackie accommodating our early departure and making us breakfast before their regular serving time. We felt so comfortable at Brownlee's and hated to leave  - 27 May 2016 Reviewed by Julie Q
  • "Clean, friendly and goes the extra mile."

    We arrived via the red-eye way too early for check-in. Trevor and Jackie changed over the room ASAP and gave us some fresh fruit and coffee while we waited. I asked for ice, and Trevor went to a neighbor to get some for me: needless to say the service was extraordinary. The facilities were clean, the breakfasts were delicious and the location is perfect (and parking is free and right outside the front door). I highly recommend Brownlees. - 31 Jul 2016 Reviewed by LAPeniston
  • "Vacation "

    Excellent location, food and owners are very friendly, knowledgeable and historical ⯑ Trevor helped my son get on the Old Course right away! No wait!!! We were very lucky  it's been my son's dream to play this course and it's literally down the street! - 15 Oct 2016 Reviewed by Sheilagaultgibilisco
  • "Friendly, welcoming guest house"

    Very friendly hosts (and cat), excellent location just next to the coast, breakfast with fresh fruit salad, home-made jam - and, of course, a cooked part by order - 12 Nov 2016 Reviewed by dagmariber
  • "The Perfect Golf Accommodations"

    Clean rooms, breakfasts cooked to order for early tee times, parking available and plenty of good food and pubs nearby. Within a well-struck tee shot of the Royal & Ancient clubhouse so walking to the Old Course with golf bags is definitely a plus. Trevor and Jacqui top the list of accommodating hosts and they'll both give you tips on playing all the local courses!! Why stay anywhere else in St. Andrews? Dave Gamret & Crew - 4 Sep 2016 Reviewed by dgamret

Contact Details

Brownlees Guest House
7 Murray Place
St. Andrews
FIFE KY16 9AP
SCOTLAND

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