Map of Scotland showing Perthshire


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The James Braid design has stunning views at all points and has hosted many events which tells you how great the course is: The Scottish Open, the informal precursor to the Ryder Cup in 1921, The Curtis Cup and the BBC Pro Celebrity Golf series amongst others.


The course, designed along with the King`s, by James Braid the 5 times Open champion is glorious and although not long, you will thoroughly enjoy this scenic beauty of Scottish heathland golf. Famously Braid put in no bunkers and when he asked why he famously said he would come back 6 months after opening and put them where the most divots were!

P.G.A. Centenary

One of Jack Nicklaus` best designs. A tough test and very enjoyable with the same stunning vistas as the two earlier courses, the P.G.A. described by Jack as “the finest parcel of land in the world I`ve been given to work with” has hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup.


Owned by the G1 Group with over 30 bar/restaurants in some of Scotland`s best locations, the speciality is dining in one of the “Bothies” or booths with a choice of great set menus for larger groups. The location is fabulous in the old “cleek” (old name for a one iron) factory or golf club factory of successive members of the Forgan family from 1860 – 1963.

Seafood Restaurant

It “does what it says on the tin” as they say! Perhaps the best location on the planet for a seafood restaurant as it is perched on the rocks of St Andrews Bay some 200 yards from the R&A Clubhouse. Famous for nothing but the best sustainably sourced and market fish of the day, a delightful restaurant which is busy in peak season so we advise you have us apply for a reservation well ahead of the trip!

Ham’s Hame

The nearest food and beverage outlet to the Old Course (other than the R&A Clubhouse!) Ham`s Hame is owned by the Old Coure Hotel set as it is, below the Hamilton Grand development of fractional ownership/rental properties.

A great contemporary sports bar feel serving excellent local produce.

Peat Inn

One of only two Michelin star restaurants close to the Home of Golf, the Peat Inn is a great choice for conneusers of great food. A wonderful place to enjoy Micheln standards food and wine in one of Scotland`s most enchanting restaurants in a restaurant thought to have been built in the early 1700`s and owned and run since 2006 by Geoffrey and Katherine Smeddie.

The Adamson

A unique town property with a more urban/city buzz. Excellent contemporary cuisine and a great bar for a drink after the round or pre/post golf.

Jigger Inn

The best located pub/restaurant anywhere in the world for a true golf enthusiast. The Jigger today occupies what was the stationmasters lodge when the railway ran by the side of the course and into the own.

Today it is full of golf memorabilia and open fires, hearty home cooked food and Scottish beers.

Tailend Restaurant

Scotland is famed for fish and chips and partly the reason is restaurants like the Tailend in the traditional trading area of St Andrews, Market Street. This venue is owned by one of Scotland`s best known fishing companies G&A Spink in Arbroath who supply only the very best locally and sustainably caught seafood daily.

Little Italy

One of the most popular dining reservations we make for our clients when in the Spring we go in and make a sizeable amount of advance reservations for the season ahead to ensure a booking at a good time to eat. Little Italy is known for serving up the best, exotic Italian food full of character with a wonderful wine list to match.

Playfair’s Restaurant

An Award winning for culinary excellence restaurant named after Sir Hugh Lyon Playfair the town`s Provost from 1842-1861 set below the Ardgowan Hotel. A great steak restaurant well worthy of its AA Rosette for culinary excellence.

Balgove Larder

A supplier of produce to many great establishments in St Andrews this magnificent deli and great barn restaurant is stocked with the very best of the larder on its doorstep. It sits amidst that very larder and is not to be missed.

The Cellar, Anstruther

Our clients are split 50/50 on which is the best Michelin* restaurant in the Kingdom of Fife evenly split between the Cellar and the Peat Inn. Both rightly wear that Michelin badge of honor. Chef patron Billy Boyter continually creates one of the best menus available anywhere – why not try both and you choose!

Anstruther Chippy

Amongst the fishing village of Anstruther`s great venues is the generally accepted best fish and chip shop in Scotland! If you like that British favorite you`ll love the Anstruther version!

Cromer’s Chippy

A very close second to Anstruther – a fabulous value experience

Kingsbarns Distillery

A wonderful addition to the tourism offering of Fife and one of our clients` favorite add on activities

There are very few better days than golf at Kingsbarns and then a “wee dram” at the distillery next door with its 5* distillery and visitor centre in the East neuk with its 4 great whisky tours and lovely café

The Ship Inn, Elie

One of our clients’ favorite venues the fabulous Ship Inn in the beautiful harbor of Elie. The 2016 AA pub of the year and its sister the 19th hole both owned by Graham and Richard Brucknall, are a great addition to golf at Elie or Dumbarnie with its menu featuring many local producers and changes with the seasons.

Kholer Old Course Golf Resort & Spa

Kholer Old Course Golf Resort & Spa
One of Scotland`s premier hotels with one of its best locations overlooking the 1st/2nd/17th/18th holes of the Old Course and immediately adjacent to it famous Road Hole it looks over all the courses and the West Sands Beach made famous by “Chariots of Fire” The 5 AA Red star awarded hotel has 144 rooms with 35 suites (being added to for the 2022 British Open) and is one of the leading Resorts in the world with a great Spa (if Mr Kholer the owner did not have it would be a shock!), bars, wonderful cuisine and a short stroll from the famous town of St Andrews.


This famous old hotel enjoys one of the best locations in the world for the golfer with a view of the immediately adjacent 18th green of the Old Course. To go with its 44 rooms extension and 3,000 sq ft roof top bar Rusacks Hotel has a newly launched Surf & Turf restaurant, St Andrews. Executive Head Chef, Glenn Roach brings simple dishes, using only the finest in locally sourced meat and fish, Surf & Turf with a twist of fully packed flavoring. Enjoy a glass of our excellent whisky selection while taking in one of the most famous views in sport a sand wedge from the 18th hole on the Old Course.


St Andrews is fortunate to boast 2 5 star Resorts and the Fairmont overlooking St Andrews Bay and the north sea with Carnoustie on the other side is superb.

Its elegant and comfortable luxury guestrooms and suites offer an inviting and spacious space with luxury Scottish touches with stunning coastal views over the resort and St Andrews.

To complete the package in addition to its two golf courses there is a wonderful Spa and four excellent dining options.

Hotel du vin

Our clients enjoy the wonderful value of Hotel du Vin where you’ll find 36 stylish bedrooms and stunning suites, all featuring luxuries such as comfy handsprung mattresses, oh-so-soft Egyptian linen, powerful drench showers, flat screen TVs and much more. The lovely contemporary bar and Bistro dining overlooking the West Sands so famous in “Chariots of Fire” makes this location in the heart of St Andrews extra special.

Russell Hotel

The family owned hotel ideally situated in the heart of the “auld grey toon” on “The Scores” with great views of St Andrews Bay is a lovely venue for a trip to the Home of Golf. Its great friendly service is complemented by fabulous Scottish influences with a contemporary edge to the cuisine by Head chef Michael Smith who chooses local produce from the doorstep of St Andrews.


Famed for its tag line “A 9 iron from the Old Course” this wonderfully located and great value hotel is a very relaxing and friendly property which dates back to 1847 when George Rae designed the original hotel. This has been supplemented by the two adjoining town houses built in 1820 which later became the Pilomour Hotel, bringing the Ardgowan up to 29 comfortable en suite rooms.

The hotel is complemented by the “Playfairs” restaurant which is rightly accorded “Culinary Excellence” standard, named after Sir Hugh Lyon Playfair the Provost from 1842 – 61 and is renowned as a great steak restaurant.

Albany Hotel

Another lovely, family owned property set across two Georgian townhouses originally built for the Low brothers in 1764 it has been completely updated into a wonderful 22 room boutique hotel. Don’t miss the marvelous Scottish breakfast created daily by Andre an excellent chef and baker.


A great location just 10 minutes outside the bustling town of St Andrews.This epitome of calmness with cosy corners is an oasis in the St Andrews desert with its typically country house bonus of 10 lovely acres to enjoy along with outstanding Scottish produce much as you would expect, from their own kitchen garden.