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“Stunning” What can we say other than stunning. The property was ideally situated for a short hop into St andrews as well as given the most amazing views you can imagine. The house is midern and ideal for young children to get out and run in the garden. We all lived the property including my 2 year old. Not only that but the hospitality and attention to detail from the owner Moira was excellent. She seemed to find everything we needed, even before we knew we needed it!!! This is by far the best rental property we have used and we will definitely be back
“Great base for golfing vacation” This house is in great condition and has all the amenities that one would be looking for in a vacation property. It is more spacious than appears on the pictures on the web site - easily enough room for 4 golfers. The owner, Margaret Holligan, was a pleasure to deal with. This house is an easy 10 minute walk to the central area of St. Andrews - there's no need for a car once you arrive. Every golfer must visit St. Andrew's at least once. Although it may be difficult to secure a tee time on the Old Course, there is an abundance of other wonderful courses to play in the area. If you can't play the Old Course, make sure you visit on a Sunday, when the course is closed for play but is open to the public - it's like a giant public park (tourists, kids and dogs everywhere).