Lodges in St Andrews

St Andrews in Fife, Scotland, is the home of golf. It’s also known for its historic university, traditional buildings, and medieval streets. Standing proudly on the East Coast of Scotland, the town of St Andrews is within easy reach of Dundee, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. Take a look around St Andrews Castle, walk the Fife Coastal Path, or spend the day at one of its sandy beaches. A lodge holiday in St Andrews has never been better.

Whether you’re searching for holiday homes with views over Firth, luxury lodges with private hot tubs or self-catering lodges situated near historic towns, our exclusive range of properties are easy to book at the best prices. With golf courses nearby, historic landmarks and local amenities within walking distance, you’ll never be too far from the action.

From East Neuk of Fife to Dunfermline, you’ll find hot tub holidays and lodges to suit your every requirement. We offer romantic breaks for two, self-catering holiday lodges that sleep up to 16 people for large family gatherings, and dog-friendly lodges with hot tubs so your four-legged friends never have to be left behind. Whether you’re looking for an Easter getaway, a base for your birthday celebrations or a place to gather your extended family at Christmas, our customer service team is on hand every step of the way. So what are you waiting for? Your next lodge in St Andrews is only a few clicks away!


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Lodges in St Andrews

  • Elderburn Lodges - Two Bedroom Lodge

    St Andrews

    From: £641

    For a 3 night stay
    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Elderburn Lodges - Three Bedroom Lodge (Sleeps 8)

    St Andrews

    From: £1434

    For a 3 night stay
    Sleeps: 8VIEW PROPERTY
  • Forbes of Kingennie - Two-Bedroom Lodge - Lodge House


    From: £283

    For a 3 night stay
    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY

More locations in Fife

The historic county of Fife stretches from St Andrews to Culross in Eastern Scotland. World-famous for its golf as well as offering some of Scotland’s best scenic attractions, Fife has a very distinct identity.

  • Kelty
  • Anstruther