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Spinkstown Farmhouse

Property Address: Spinkstown Farmhouse, , St Andrews, KY16 8PN

Property Type: B&B

Price Range: £32 - £40

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Owner: Anne Duncan

Tel: +44 (0)1334 473475

A warm welcome and superb hospitality await you from Mrs Anne Duncan at Spinkstown Farmhouse only 2 miles from St.Andrews on the picturesque A917 coast road to Crail. Spinkstown is a uniquely designed farmhouse with views of the sea and surrounding countryside with an abundance of wildlife.

Inside the house is bright and spacious, it is furnished to a high standard. Accommodation consists of double and twin rooms, all ensuite with bath and shower, tea/coffee facilities and television. After a busy day sightseeing or playing golf relax in the lounge, do a jigsaw, watch a video read a book, play the piano or have forty winks! A dining room where a substantial farmhouse breakfast is served around the communal table to set you up for the day.

The famous old course, historic St.Andrews, East Neuk fishing villages, several National Trust properties are all within easy reach, as well as swimming, tennis and bowls at Kinburn Park, putting at the East Sands and on to the notorious himalayas, horse riding, country parks, nature reserves at Vane Farm and the Island of May, beaches and coastal walks.
Plenty of easy parking available lots of very good in-expensive eating places in the area also a new hotel has been built within walking distance where golf and food are available.

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