|GUARANTEED TEE TIME AT ST. ANDREWS GOLF COURSE|
Have you ever wanted to play a round of golf
on the worlds most famous and iconic golf course?
Make that Dream a Reality!
In partnership with St Andrews Links, Rufflets Country House
Hotel has a small number of highly coveted, guaranteed
Old Course tee times in May, August and September of 2018.
These are sold in conjunction with a round on the Castle Course.
This promotion requires a 5-night stay for 4 golfers.
General Information & Rates
from £175 to £220
from £221 to £310
from £260 to £365
from £290 to £400
from £320 to £430
from £350 to £460
|Family Suites (2 adults & 2 children)||
from £300 to £405
|The above 2018 rates are based on based on best available rates (BAR), with 2 people sharing and are inclusive of breakfast, tax, in-room coffee, tea and mineral waters. Child’s rollaway: £20 per night. Cancellation Policy: 72 hours. The above rates are subject to availability and change without notice.|
Connecting Rooms – No
3 People Sharing – Yes
4 People Sharing - Yes, in the Family Suites
Molten Brown Toiletries
Mini-Bar in the Suites and Turret Rooms
Flat-Screen Digital TV and Telephone
AA 4 Red Star Hotel
VS 4 Gold Star Hotel
NEAREST RAIL STATION
Leuchars Station — 5 mi (transfer approx. £10)
International: Edinburgh Airport — 45 mi (transfer approx. £120)
Regional: Dundee Airport — 15 mi (transfer approx. £30)
ST ANDREWS CASTLE: The castle is now a picturesque ruin located on the coast in the town of St Andrews, and overlooking the Castle Sands and the Old Course. There has been a castle standing here since 1189. Over its long history it has been used as a royal palace and as a prison.
ST ANDREWS UNIVERSITY: The university is the oldest of the four ancient universities of Scotland, and the third oldest in the English-speaking world (after Oxford and Cambridge). It was founded in 1410 by a group of Augustinian clergy. Over 30% of the student intake comes from over 100 countries, including 15% from North America. At first a liberal arts university, it became more diverse after merging with the University of Dundee. Today, it is perhaps best known for its 2 famous graduates, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
GLAMIS CASTLE: The castle has been the home of the Lyon family since the 14th century, though the current structure dates mainly from the 17th century. Glamis Castle was the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, wife of King George VI. Their second daughter, Princess Margaret, was born here.
KELLIE CASTLE AND GARDENS: The oldest part of the castle dates from 1360 and is said to be haunted! The castle is a fine example of Scottish Baronial architecture. There are magnificent plaster ceilings, painted paneling and furniture. The castle passed into the hands of the painter Hew Lorimer and his wife Mary, who still live in the castle.
FALKLAND PALACE: Along with Stirling Castle, Falkland is one of the truly Renaissance palaces of Scotland. James V of Scotland lived in the palace and renovated the castle and redesigned the gardens. He died here in December 1542 after hearing that his wife had given birth to a daughter Mary Queen of Scots. In the 1950s the palace became part of the National Trust for Scotland.
FIFE VILLAGES: The south coast of Fife is famous for its attractive fishing villages, such as Anstruther, Crail, Pittenweem, St Monans and Elie. These villages are worth a visit for their charm and excellent fish restaurants.
GOLF: St Andrews is the home of golf, and there are more golf courses in the County of Fife than anywhere else in Scotland. Rufflets Hotel's golf concierge can set guests up with tee times at the golf courses in the area.