Two Luxurious Manor Homes Open at Fairmont St
Andrews Resort in Scotland
The five-star Fairmont St Andrews resort in
Scotland has expanded its range of accommodation options with the opening
of two exclusive Manor Homes.
Renovated with in partnership with interior
designer Russell Sage, the Queenask Manor Home has been designed
for luxury family escapes, whilst the Kingask Manor Home is more for elegant social gatherings.
The two homes sit adjacent to each other
within the resort’s 520-acre grounds and are within walking
distance of the main hotel, offering easy access to the resort’s
In addition to enjoying all the culinary delights
the resort's restaurants and bars, guests of the homes can indulge in a personalised
private dining experience prepared by a private chef.
A house caddie is also assigned exclusively
to each home, providing an individual approach to the needs and
desires of every guest.
“The Manor Homes offer an enhanced luxury
residential experience complimented by designs and layouts which
emanate the feeling of warmth, homely comfort and relaxation in
the Home of Golf. Both homes embody quintessential modern Scottish
luxury and provide a private and cosy escape on the doorstep of
the hotel’s vibrant atmosphere,” said Kai Winkler, General
Manager, Fairmont St Andrews.
The four-bedroom Queenask Manor Home
features a ground floor with an entrance hall,
social sitting room, whisky library and games area, a luxury dining room with a sunny bay window
offering panoramic views of the Links, a light and spacious
kitchen, and a cinema
The first floor features a landing inspired by the
Lomond Hills, once the hunting ground of the Stuarts, kings and
queens, with access to four luxury bedrooms each inspired by
different themes and equipped with luxurious bathrooms. The master
bedroom, The Fife Ness, features a king size bed and leads into a
spacious walk-in dressing room and en-suite bathroom.
The second bedroom, Jack’s Studio, has two double
beds with interior designs celebrating one of the world’s most
collected artists, Jack Vettriano, who was born in the area.
The Ginevra King room, with one double bed, has interiors inspired by
1930’s flapper golf girls and celebrates famous female golfers.
The fourth room, named The Pioneer, has two single beds with an
interior inspired by the walks around St Andrews.
The four-bedroom Kingask Manor Home
features a ground floor with a light and airy hallway, a library and
games room featuring antique leather-bound Scottish books, a sitting room, dedicated Dram room where enthusiasts can appreciate and savour an
impressive selection of the finest spirits with views of the vast
countryside setting, a spacious kitchen, and an elegant dining room
perfect for a luxury dinner occasion.
The first floor has a landing showcasing a large
cartwheel made of vintage hickory golf clubs, with access to four
bedrooms mirroring the layout of the Queenask Manor Home.
master bedroom, The Fairway Flapper, pays homage to the famous
female golfers of the 1930’s, known by the same name.
The second room, The Hepburn, features two double
beds and takes guests on a journey of golf imagery and includes
famous shots of Audrey Hepburn playing in the 1950’s.
room, The Swilcan, has one double bed and is inspired by
distinctive elements of the Links, whilst the fourth room, Old Tom
Morris’, has two single beds and is inspired by Thomas Mitchell
Morris, “the grand old man of golf’ who hailed from St Andrews in
the early 1900’s.
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