St Andrews is the main town in North East Fife – a blend of medieval, Victorian and Edwardian streets and notable for being the ‘home of golf’ – the main attraction for many – champion and dreamer alike! St Andrews has many other attractions and is a town to explore along its streets, wynds and lanes. In St Andrews you will find the oldest Scottish University, the Castle, Cathedral, sandy beaches, parks and gardens, coffee shops and restaurants – to name but a few!
Cupar, until recently, was the main market town in Fife and has retained its bustling town centre with interesting and varied shops, excellent leisure facilities, railway station and golf course.
A few miles along the coast from St Andrews lie the wonderful beaches and fishing villages of the East Neuk.
This beautiful historic village is just 3 miles away. Fife Folk Museum, Wemyss Ware Pottery and antique shop and gallery give visitors a look into rural life which can be rounded off by great pub food or traditional café treats.
“The Peat Inn”, award winning Michelin star food is just a few minutes drive/ taxi bus away. Worthy on its own as a reason to visit Cupar.
Peaceful hamlet with woodland walks, waterfall and geological interest just a brief walk down the road.
Local wedding venues include
Dairsie Castle (3 miles)
Craigsanghar House (5 miles)
Fernie Castle (7 miles)
Carphin House (8 miles)
Rufflets Hotel, St Andrews (7 miles)