Albany Hotel St Andrews
The Albany Hotel St Andrews is a small, friendly 3-star hotel, and the first in St Andrews to be awarded the prestigious title ‘Townhouse Hotel’ by the Scottish Tourist Board. The quaint old building has a warm personality all of its own.

The Albany Hotel is a boutique, informal, hotel situated in the heart of historic St Andrews opposite St Andrews University, with St Andrews Castle and Cathedral both a stone’s throw away. The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews and the world-famous Old Course are within a short walking distance. Benefiting from its central location, the hotel is also close to all local amenities, cinema, various shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.

The hotel building itself is a delightful conversion of a traditional Georgian terraced town house dating from 1764. 

Privately owned and family run, the Albany Hotel extends a warm welcome to all our GHW Golf Tours clients, and offers accommodation to suit all requirements.

The Albany Hotel St Andrews offers 22 rooms in total offering various sizes and layouts, with each room individually styled and tastefully decorated. All our guest rooms are en-suite and come with complimentary wi-fi and hospitality tray as well as a host of other home comforts.

Single Rooms are ideal for single travellers as well as those looking for short stays. Single rooms have a bed 3' wide by 6' 3" and have all the facilities of our larger rooms including en-suites.

Double Rooms have a view overlooking the private walled garden with comfortable double beds and modern en-suite shower rooms. Double rooms have a bed 4' 6" wide by 6' 3" long.

Twin Rooms offer views of either of the walled garden or the St Andrews University buildings on North Street. Each has two comfortable single beds (measuring 3' wide by 6' 3") and en-suite shower rooms, as well as our standard hotel room facilities.

The Junior Suite is ideal for groups of 3-4 as space for an extra fold away bed. The main area of the suite has two single beds, which can be made into a king double and there is an adjoining area with a further single bed and patio doors leading to the balcony. A lovely original Georgian fireplace is a feature of the main bedroom. This suite has one shower room.

The Garden Suite is the largest of all Albany Hotel rooms located on the lower ground floor, south facing with direct access to a private terrace in the walled garden complete with furniture ideal for enjoying outdoor relaxation. A very spacious Suite ideal for up to four people. The room has two separate sleeping areas with twin beds in each, although the twin beds in the rear bedroom can be made with into a King size bed. An extra fold away bed is available. The garden suite has 1 bathroom with a bath and shower over the bath.

Continental breakfast or a full cooked Scottish breakfast is available each morning in the Garden Restaurant, which opens out on to the delightful walled garden and patio.

Snacks are available from 11am to 11pm upon request from the daily menu.

A comfortable, cosy lounge with open fire and bar offers the ideal place to relax after a day exploring the sights of St Andrews and beyond. Enjoy the occasional malt whisky from our extensive selection or try our Scottish beer in the company of other interesting visitors.

A golf bucket list is not complete without the experience of St Andrews Old Course. After all, this is where golf began. There is a nostalgic sense of timelessness here, but the courses have evolved to present the same challenges to today’s players as they did to legendary greats Tom Morris, Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. St Andrews is as much the “Mecca of Golf” to the great champions as it is to the mere devotee.

The great links courses are strung like a necklace of pearls around the throat of the Firth of Forth — from Dunbar, North Berwick, Muirfield and Gullane on the south side of the Firth, up to the great bridges and back along the north shore, past Leven, Lundin, Dumbarnie, Elie, Anstruther, Crail and Kingsbarns, through St Andrews to Scotscraig, Panmure and Carnoustie. All are readily accessible from St Andrews, but in the town itself, the St Andrews Links Trust courses offer the tough tests of the Old, New and Jubilee and Eden courses — all within walking distance.

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