Less than 15 minutes walks from the centre of the historic, picturesque town of St. Andrews in the wonderful Kingdom of Fife.
Cairnsmill is ideally located to let you visit the many attractions and locations that Fife offers.
Find out more about St. Andrews and Fife or see the many local attractions.
St Andrews, the Mecca of golf is an ancient and beautiful burgh. Legend tells that the relics of the apostle Andrew were brought to Scotland by St. Regulus who, having been shipwrecked off the Fife coast, founded a church on the site where the town now stands. St. Andrew was to become the patron saint of Scotland.
St. Andrews can be explored best on foot, the combination of Medieval, Victorian and Edwardian streets forming one of the most attractive towns in Britain. Visitors will be amazed to find famous landmarks such as the Castle, Cathedral, University and Harbour alongside a variety of shops, restaurants, theatres, museums and art galleries.
Sporting facilities in the town are second to none, with watersports, bowling, putting, tennis, swimming, squash and sea-angling amongst those catered for.
North East Fife has something for everyone, young and old alike. Whether you are planning a relaxing break or an action packed activity holiday, there's a warm welcome awaiting you.
The nearest Railway Station for the park is Leuchars with a good taxi and bus service