Old Course Hotel

St Andrews, Kingdom of Fife, KY16 9SP
Bedrooms: 144Suites: 35
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Old Course Hotel: The Kingdom of Fife

Bordering the renowned 17th Road Hole, the Old Course Hotel overlooks the famous links courses, the West Sands Beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline.

This prestigious Five-Star hotel has 144 rooms and is recognised as one of Europe’s leading resorts. Featuring a blend of classically elegant and contemporary interiors, French designer Jacques Garcia created many of the hotel’s suites.

The Old Course Hotel offers an exceptional choice of bars and restaurants from the chic informality of the Sands Grill to delicious dining in the acclaimed Road Hole Restaurant.

The Jigger Inn serves fine home-cooked food and The Duke’s Bar & Grill offers a traditional Scottish golfers’ menu. The Road Hole Bar offers Scotland’s finest malt whiskies from over 200 distilleries.

Relax and replenish your mind and body at Kohler Waters Spa at the Old Course Hotel or work out in the state-of-the-art fitness suite.

The Old Course Hotel also features a number of event rooms for both business and private events and offers the ideal wedding location for receptions of all sizes.
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  • Property Features
  • Stunning coastal location
  • Championship golf courses
  • Kohler Waters Spa
  • Road Hole Restaurant & Bar
  • Sands Grill
  • The Jigger Inn
  • The Duke's Clubhouse
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