St Andrews Scotland
St Andrews Accommodation Guide - quality accommodation in St Andrews for holiday or business travel. Scotlands St Andrews accommodation options include hotels, lodges, guest houses, camping, bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation including holiday homes and apartment rentals. Whatever your Scottish St Andrews accommodation requirements we will help you find the right place.
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Orkney is one of Britain’s most distinctive holiday destinations - a scattering of green islands where the past seems ever present. As well as the thought-provoking monuments to vanished peoples, Orkney is also great for wildlife, seafood, angling and gentle touring. The wealth of prehistoric sites heads a long list of Orkney options - including two historic towns, a magnificent cathedral, many museums and Scotland’s most northerly distillery.Nowhere else in Britain has such a concentration of historic sites - simply bring your imagination to this inspiring place. Easy-going walking, golf, until late in the evening in summer, great angling, superb dive sites, cruising, relaxed cycling - Orkney is certainly an active destination.
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Orkney is a truly unique destination. A deep sense of history can be felt everywhere in the 70 or so scattered islands that make up the archipelago, islands where life is defined by the past and sculpted by the sea.
The ferry from Scrabster on mainland Scotland to Stromness sails past the impressive red stone sea-stack of the Old Man of Hoy, then on below the cliffs of St John's Head - the highest vertical cliff in the UK - making this the most dramatic way of reaching Orkney. Yet the drama of Hoy is misleading as the landscapes elsewhere are much gentler and well farmed. Kirkwall, Orkney's main town, is a great base for touring by car or by bike. There are excellent ferry services between islands.
Orkney offers a rich variety of activities on land, loch and sea to suit all abilities and interests, from golfing to walking, and from sailing to cycling. With almost 600 miles of coast and some great unspoilt areas, the islands are superb for wildlife watching and for rich and varied angling. Divers love it too, particularly around Scapa Flow where the German fleet was scuttled at the end of the First World War.
Accommodation in and around St Andrews
Price Guide - per person based on sharing room: under $40 - $41 - 70 - more than $70
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