Fairmont - Kittocks
Fairmont St Andrews, situated in the "Home of Golf", is proud to be recognised as one of the top resorts in the world - voted 18th in the World's Top Golf Resorts by Conde Nast Traveler readers' poll, voted as number 22 of the World's 50 Best Golf Hotels by the Golf Digest Awards. Another accolade was Resort Hotel of the Year at the Golf Tourism Scotland Awards for 2008, 2010 and 2011 as well as winning IAGTO European Golf Resort of the Year 2012!
•Par 72 and 7,192 yards
•Original architect was Gene Sarazen
•Enjoy some of the most beautiful holes in Scottish golf with unparalleled vistas, the course hugs the dramatic Fife coastline
•Number 40 in the Golf Weekly ratings
Course Information for Fairmont - Kittocks
18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Fairmont - Kittocks Information:
18 hole regulation length course
Open to the Public golf course
Contact: Graeme Dawson, Leisure & Marketing Manager
Food & Beverage Available
Range Balls Free
Golf Lessons & Clinics
St. Andrews, ST
Mostly Cloudy / Windy
High: 10° C
Low: 5° C
Four Day Forecast
Experience Fairmont St Andrews restaurants and you'll taste the country's rich history in every bite.
Our six dining options offer the best in Scottish dining and there is ample opportunity for gastronomic delights.
Experience homemade Dundee cake for traditional afternoon tea and signature dishes, such as locally caught lobsters from the East Neuk of Fife for a gourmet dinner.
Sit back and relax in the Atrium or visit Kittocks Den for a 'wee nip' and a light snack or salad. Each restaurant has its own individuality, but with the same theme flowing throughout, the best of local produce, expertly prepared and creatively executed.
Enjoy luxury accommodation in stunning surroundings with mind blowing views over the North Sea and Tay Estuary.
King Size beds, thick, soft duvet covers and five star amenities will make you melt into relaxation as soon as you arrive at Fairmont St Andrews. All of our stunning rooms have been recently upgraded and all boast a plethora of space and opulence. Our Fairmont guestrooms have an option of king or twin room – the twin boasts two queen size beds for ultimate comfort.
Alternatively if you are looking for a little extra space, our selection of suites are the perfect option with stunning sea views. If you require something truly unforgettable for that special occasion treat yourself to the presidents suite – The Kingdom of Fife. Or if you desire a home away from home our two four-bedroom Manor Homes allow you the flexibility and convenience of home style comfort with the amenities of the resort at your disposal.
Don’t delay, book your unforgettable stay at Fairmont St Andrews today…
Please note that Fairmont St Andrews operates a non-smoking policy. Guests wishing to smoke are able to do so in the designated outdoor areas.
Although St Andrews is renowned for golf, there are many other attractions available in the vicinity. Those include:
British Golf Museum
St Andrews is synonymous with golf and for many, making the pilgrimage to St Andrews fulfils a lifelong dream. The British Golf Museum is a living shrine and follows the game from its days of inception to modern day.
The Byre, in operation since 1933, opened its current state-of-the-art facility in 2001. It offers a diverse program of classic and contemporary drama, dance, concerts, opera, comedy and film. Visit their website for a comprehensive list of current and future productions.
Craigtoun Country Park
Originally part of the Mount Melville House estate, Craigtoun became a country park in 1947. It features an adventure playground, miniature railway, trampolines and bouncy castle for children, while adults will enjoy the formal gardens, conservatories and Bowling Green. Open April to September.
Fife Coastal Path
The Fife Coastal Path, which was completed in 2002, runs from Culross through St Andrews and on to the Tay Bridge. The path, which has 7 different sections, offers exceptional views of Scotland's majestic coast. Each section features numerous points of interest along the way.
Preservation Trust Museum
Founded in 1937, the Trust's mandate is to preserve the buildings, character and history of St Andrews for future generations. The Trust Museum, provides detailed information on the history of St Andrews and is open daily from 2pm to 5pm.
Scotland's Secret Bunker
Utilised extensively during World War II, this military installation was a well-kept secret for more than 40 years. Open seasonally between late March and the end of October.
St Andrews Aquarium
The aquarium offers 30 exhibition tanks that house hundreds of species from sharks to seahorses, lobsters to lionfish, poison dart frogs to piranhas and the perennial favourite seals. Open year round.
St Andrews Botanic Garden
Described as a hidden gem of Scotland, the Botanic Garden features numerous exotic plants and flowers across 7 hectares. The facility dates back to 1889 and is open to the public between April and October, is a favoured locale for wedding photos.
St Andrews Castle
The castle, which dates back to 1200, served as the Bishops' Palace for centuries and was the focal point of the Church in Medieval Scotland. Destroyed during the Reformation, the castle is now in ruins; however, a modern Visitor Centre provides detailed insight into its storied past.
St Andrews Cathedral and St Rule's Tower
Although it is now in ruins, St Andrews Cathedral, which dates back to 1160 is still very impressive. The view from the top of St Rule's Tower is breathtaking, and the visitor centre contains a number of artefacts that help set the history of the site into context.
St Andrews Museum
Opened in 1855 as a private residence, the spectacular Kinburn Castle was converted to a museum in 1991. The museum chronicles St Andrews life from Medieval Times to present day. It features an extensive collection of archaeological items, archives, social history, coins and medals, music and other interesting artefacts.
NOTE: While every effort has been made to assure accuracy, we advise you to check all information with
the golf course before booking your tee-time or driving to the course.