One of the best things about North Star Apartment is its location on North Street in the very 'Heart of St Andrews'. The loft style apartment is at the quiet, residential end of North Street (near the Castle, Beach and Cathedral) but a short stroll from the shops, restaurants, golf courses and general buzz of town. You can park your car at the start of your stay and and never use it again - everything is within easy walking distance. On street parking immediately outside the property is free and has no time restrictions (this is very rare in central St Andrews).
The apartment has an open plan loft style living area / kitchen. There are three bedrooms, sleeping six people (1 superking, 1 double en suite, 1 twin) and the property also benefits from a large private walled garden with all weather seating and weber bbq grill. This a fantastic base for a family holiday or a group of friends travelling and staying together.
The property was recently renovated and has good quality fixtures, fittings and furniture.
Some features of the apartment are:-
*Free unlimited Wifi
*Cable TV (Sky) with movies and sports packages
*Extensive DVD library
*Sonos music system
*Dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer
*Comfy beds with 100% luxury egyptian cotton linens
*Complimentary Scottish Fine Soaps toiletries
*Hairdryers and cotton dressing gowns are provided for use during stay
*TVs with DVD players in all bedrooms
*The well equipped, newly installed kitchen includes oven, hob, microwave, and all the accessories you would want to cook a Sunday roast or a 3 course evening meal (should you want to!)
*All weather garden furniture, comfortably seating 8
* Weber BBQ.
*Laundry room with washing machine, tumble dryer and sink
*Lockable external storage for golf equipment or bicycles
Balcony with seating, overlooking enclosed walled garden.
*1 double bedroom, with en-suite shower room
*1 superking-sized bedroom
*1 twin bedroom, with two single beds
*Family bathroom with shower over bath
Bright , open plan kitchen / living room overlooking the garden with:
*Widescreen digital TV with sounder and cable TV, including sports and movies
*Sonos music system
*Selection of DVDs
*Extendable Dining Table
*Oven, hob, microwave
*Fridge and freezer
North Star is a non smoking property. Please only smoke outdoors.
We do not allow pets at North Star
Our weekly lets normally run from Friday to Friday. Short breaks are available outwith high season and are usually 4 weekday nights (Monday - Thursday nights) or 3 weekend nights (Friday- Sunday nights). Changeover days are therefore Mondays or Fridays only.
I am conveniently accessible but allow you your privacy.
At Heart of St Andrews, we pride ourselves on giving excellent customer service - if you need advice onwhere to play golf, shop or let us know and we will be glad to assist.
ABOUT THE TOWN
St Andrews has something for everyone. From golfers trying their hand at the Old Course or the other world famous courses in town, family and friends visiting University students, taking seaside breaks or attending weddings; to history buffs exploring the castle and cathedral ruins....
St Andrews is the home of Golf. Every five years the British Open on the Old Course is the absolute highlight for professional golfers world-wide. Between times the course, publically owned, and other courses on the links in the town or along the coast, draw enthusiastic players again from around the world. You have to spend time here to absorb the sporting history and tackle the challenges you have seen so often on TV.
St Andrews has a picturesque harbour between two of the most famous beaches in Scotland. Come for a traditional seaside holiday during which you can take in some serious kite-flying, surf-boarding and sand-castle building. Explore the East Neuk of Fife, with its fishing villages and their harbours, artists, taverns and eating places - several of the best fish and chip shops in Britain vie with one of the best seafood restaurants in the world for your attention.
St Andrews is one of Scotland’s four medieval universities with historic connections stretching from its origins in the fourteenth century to a royal romance in the twenty-first. St Andrews university attracts the brightest young people from around the world - they energise the town, where a varied and colourful cafe culture has grown up.
St Andrews encapsulates the history of Scotland with its thirteenth century castle and cathedral, the ancient halls and quadrangles of the university and continuing traditions. From early middle ages until the reformation, St Andrews was the ecclesiastical capital of Scotland.