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East Coast of Scotland | St. Andrews, Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, and the Old Course St. Andrews | 7 Days & 6 Nights

Golf at St. Andrews, Scotland
Self Drive Tour or Luxury Chauffeured Tour

The golfer's dream in the heart of Scotland. Play the celebrated golf courses of St Andrews and experience the stunning scenery and warm hospitality of Scotland.

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Your team in Scotland were great and well supported by the hotel staff. We really did have an amazing time and have still not come up with a negative thought!!! Thanks for all you have done for me and my family, as well as my friends.

– John H.
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Highlights

St. Andrews is the number one golfing region in Scotland. The courses are neatly clustered together so you spend more time playing golf, and relaxing afterwards, and less time on the road. Based in St. Andrews, the “Home of Golf”, you can easily play Carnoustie, Kingsbarns and all St. Andrews Courses, including Old, New, and Castle. We can customize your vacation itinerary with options to add other golf courses such as Muirfield, Gullane, North Berwick, and Dunbar, just East of Edinburgh. No wonder the Scottish East Coast is the place to be for golf!

CustomerSupport
To customize this itinerary, talk to one of our golf destination experts on 800.832.1848 or 212.757.5797.
  • Day 1: Arrive in Scotland & golf at St. Andrews Jubilee Course
  • Day 2: Golf at St. Andrews New Course
  • Day 3: Golf at Carnoustie
  • Day 4: Golf at St. Andrews Old Course
  • Day 5: Golf at Kingsbarns
  • Day 6: Golf St Andrews Castle Course
  • Day 7: Transfer to Edinburgh airport

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St. Andrews Golf Scotland

Included in This Tour

  • Meet & Greet on arrival by Destination Golf Representative.
  • 6-Rounds on Championship Links Courses.
  • Golfers Packing List & recommendations.
  • Guaranteed tee-times & greens fees.
  • Private transfers
  • 6-nights deluxe hotel accommodations with full breakfast daily.
  • Deluxe portfolio of Travel Documents & Personalized Itinerary.
  • Also available: Self-Drive rental vehicle with unlimited mileage and CDW insurance.
Not Included: Caddies, tips, travel insurance, and items of a personal nature. (Caddies can be requested at time of booking)

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Day 1: Arrive Scotland & play St. Andrews Jubilee Course

Pick up your rental vehicle or meet your Driver Guide. Drive to St. Andrews for a 6-night stay at The Old Course Hotel OR The Rusacks Hotel overlooking the first and 18th holes of the world-renowned Old Course. Welcome to the “Home of Golf.”

Play the Jubilee Course this afternoon. The Jubilee is considered by many to be the most challenging course on the famous Links. Built in 1897, it was originally intended for use by beginners however after seeing its prime golfing location between the New Course and the sea, the Jubilee was converted to a championship layout in 1988.

Day 2: Golf at St. Andrews New Course

Founded in 1895 and designed by Tom Morris, the New Course is played on the same stretch of revered links-land as the famed Old Course. A bit longer and requiring slightly more precision, it is considered the equal of the Old Course.

Day 3: Golf at Carnoustie

Golfing legend Walter Hagen considered Carnoustie the greatest course in the British Isles with the toughest finish in golf. I am sure Padraig Harrington would agree! The unfriendly burns, the relentless winds, and the sheer length of the course test the abilities of all golfers.

Day 4: Golf at St. Andrews Old Course

Long considered the home of golf. All the Greats have competed on this hallowed turf, where golf has been played for over 400 years. It is every golfer’s dream to stand on the first tee at St. Andrews Old Course at least once! It was founded in the 16th century, and is the oldest and most iconic golf course in the world.

Day 5: Golf at Kingsbarns

Located on the North Sea coast only six miles from St. Andrews, Kingsbarns is without doubt one of the most breath-taking links courses ever developed. The attention to detail here is extraordinary, there are sea views from every hole.

Day 6: Golf St. Andrews Castle Course

Also known as course No. 7 of the famed St. Andrews Links Trust, the Castle course adds to the brilliance of possibly the world’s best collection of links golf courses. Playing the Castle Course is the perfect way to end your Scottish golfing adventure.

Day 7: Transfer to Edinburgh airport

Say goodbye to your driver / guide, or return your rental vehicle, and prepare for your return flight home!

CustomerSupport
To customize this itinerary, talk to one of our golf destination experts on 800.832.1848 or 212.757.5797.





Hotels

The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, UK

This 5 star hotel Borders the renowned 17th 'Road Hole' of the Old Course in the Home of Golf , the Old Course Hotel enjoys a spectacular location overlooking the famous links courses, the West Sands beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline. With a combination of classically elegant and contemporary interiors, the hotel offers quietly confident service, luxurious facilities and a warm welcome in the finest traditions of Scottish hospitality. The Old Course Hotel offers an exceptional choice of bars and restaurants from the chic informality of the Sands Grill to delicious dining in the acclaimed Road Hole Restaurant (3 AA rosettes). In addition , the hotel's traditional pub The Jigger Inn serves fine home-cooked food, and The Duke's Bar & Grill offers a traditional Scottish golfers' menu. And their award winning Road Hole Bar offers Scotland's finest malt whiskies from over 200 distilleries.


Rusacks Hotel, St Andrews, UK

The 4 star Rusacks Hotel is within a sand wedge of the 18th hole of the famous Old Course . Stylishly remodeled with a golfing theme , Rusacks Hotel offers luxurious accommodation occupied by some of the great names in the games history . Their award-winning Rocca Bar & Grill serves fine food and drink against a backdrop of the world's oldest golf course . Magnificent views out to sea take in St. Andrews' West Sands, immortalized in the Oscar-winning movie 'Chariots of Fire' . Rusacks is unquestionably Scotland's greatest golfing hotel. You can also get a great meal at the 'One Under' gastro pub - and they even have their very own sophisticated champagne and whisky bar, 'R Bar' - the perfect place to relax and unwind with friends. Photo


Travel Tips & FAQs

Scotland

Passports & Visas

To enter Scotland (Great Britain), you need a valid passport. Citizens of the EEA member states (the 27 countries of the European Union EU, together with Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) and many other countries including USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand do not require visas to gain entry to Scotland.

If only one parent is traveling with a child under 17 year of age and that child’s last name differs from the parent, a signed notarised letter from the parent with the same last name as the child’s authorizing permission to allow that child to travel.

For more passport information contact the U.S. Department of State (877/487–2778).

What to Pack

Bring a sweater, even in summer; waterproofs to accompany all outdoor activities; sunglasses; comfortable walking shoes and an umbrella. The weather is changeable so go for layers that you can put on or take off as the temperature changes. And if you are planing to do a lot of walking, comfortable walking shoes. Travel light and save yourself the burden of handling large and heavy luggage. In Scotland wearing casual clothes is acceptable with less emphasis on formal dress codes.

Weather

The climate in Scotland is moderate with rarely extremes in temperature.

January and February are the coldest months with an average temperature of 42.8°F.
July and August are the warmest months with an average temperature of 66.2°F.

There are variations from region to region. for example the Western Highlands experience some of the wettest weather in Europe due to the prevailing wind coming in from the Atlantic. In contrast, the Eastern part of Scotland has far less rainfall.

Currency
In Scotland the official currency is the pound sterling(£). One pound sterling consists of 100 pence.

Gratuities

Gratuities and tips are lower in Scotland than in the United States and some restaurants include these as a service charge on the bill. When tipping in restaurants you should pay 10 to 15 % and similarly with taxis, hairdressers and barbers.

Emergency Services

Police, Fire, Ambulance: Telephone: 999

24 hour medical treatment is available in UK hospitals under the National Health service and you should expect to be billed but it is nowhere as expensive as it is in the United States.

Gadgets

The electrical current in Great Britain is 220–240 volts and the plugs are three-pronged. Adapters are widely available and it is a good idea to bring a couple for your various gadgets.

Public Transportation

Traveline provides information on all public transportation in Scotland including timetables.

Most stations and bus terminals in Scotland will accept credit and debit cards for payment of tickets and other services.

Buses

Megabus.

National Express. Discounts

Scottish Citylink. Discounts

Railways

The train service in Scotland is efficient, clean and comfortable with long distance journeys including buffet and refreshment cars. First Class, as well as standard class coaches are available on most scheduled services, with wider seats. Fares are much higher in First Class but on weekends you can upgrade for as little as £10 in some cases. Reserving tickets in advance is recommended.

National Rail Enquiries.

ScotRail.

Save online with The Trainline.

Travelling by Taxi

You can hail the typical black hackney taxis, like those in London on the street or book by phone with an additional 80p charge. Private taxi hire is with regular cars but all taxis must display the taxi license and a driver ID and are metered. Metering starts at £2 with increased intervals charged at 25p.

Time Zone

Scotland functions on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). During the summer it becomes GMT+1. For example, New York is Greenwich Mean Time -5 hours & Los Angeles is Greenwich Mean Time -8 hours.

Language

English is commonly used throughout Scotland but in parts of the Outer Hebrides and Scottish Highlands Scots Gaelic may be spoken. Expect to see signposting in both English and Gaelic.

Driving

You will need either a full valid national driving license or an international driving permit (IDP). You can acquire an IDP from the American Automobile Association or from Automobile Association or Royal Automobile Club in the UK. IDPs are only valid with your regular driver’s licence. They are not mandatory but having one can prevent issues when dealing with local authorities.

Cars in Scotland drive on the left-hand side of the road and both driver and passengers are required to wear seat belts at all times by law. Signposts will be presented with place names in English and Scots Gaelic.

You will pay a lot more for gasoline (petrol) in the UK, about £4 per gallon. The imperial gallon is 20% more in volume than the US Gallon and is dispensed at the pump by the litre (4.5 litres to the gallon).

Parking

On street parking is available in most urban areas in Scotland. It costs around £1 per hour where fees apply. Pay and display machines, which dispense tickets, are marked with a large P. Tickets should be placed on your dashboard for viewing by traffic wardens who inspect paid-for-parking zones regularly. Parking regulations are enforced with fines of £25 for cars parked illegally.

You will also find privately run parking lots.

Vaccinations

There are no vaccinations required to visit Scotland.


Testimonials

“Back from a great golf trip and thanks so much for your assistance. Hotels were outstanding and made for a wonderful relaxing trip.”
– Tim Dudich


“I wanted to let you know that our trip was one for the ages. We had more fun than I could have imagined.”
– Herb Bennett


“To say our group had an awesome time on our trip would be the understatement of the century.”
– John C. Granzow, CIMA


“I will have no hesitation in recommending your company for future use! I felt as if you and your company gave us top notch customer service and never batted an eye for what may have been odd questions – that type of service is hard to find. You really gave us personal service!”
– Leslie Wajda


“Trip was great – accommodations excellent.”
– Kathleen McCormack-Batterson


“This note is to praise Destinations Ireland and our driver, James Finn, who truly made our trip a pleasure!”
– Donna Long


“The trip was really great.  You did a fabulous job of picking the properties. Scotland is beautiful! It was a great trip. You scored again! Can’t wait for our next adventure.”
– Libby McGriff


“I wanted to let you know that the accommodations were fabulous throughout our trip. We were completely blown away, what a magnificent find. The house is simply breathtaking. A word on the drivers. I could not have asked for more accommodating or entertaining gentleman to escort us around. They were full of information, great stories, and advice. Really, really just wonderful guys all around.”
– Susanne McNeill


“A masterful job in creating and arranging such a phenomenal trip…”
– P.J. Fitzgerald


“We had a “dream trip” and you/your organization were a large part it making it all happen. Everything went smoothly and was more than we ever imagined! We are already talking about a return trip in a few years! Have to save our money. 🙂 Thanks again for all you did for us.”
– Nancy Capocy


“I cannot express how much I appreciate you making all the arrangements with such short notice & I just wanted to say Thank you again for all your help.”
– Susan Sanford


“All I do is talk about the wonderful trip, sites and your company and how we couldn’t have been happier with all the arrangements and people who set this wonderful trip up. Again thank you!!!”
– Janet Jenrick


“We had a wonderful time in Ireland and I appreciate all the reservations you made and the guidance your gave us.”
– Monica Kobasic


“I wanted to thank you for arranging a great trip to Scotland. The Channings, Culloden House, and Roxburghe House were fantastic…the best of accommodations, food, and customer service”
– Trina Girimont


“I wanted to thank you and Destinations Ireland and Beyond. We had an amazing experience. We loved all the hotels that you set us up with. Thank you for being so insightful, quickly giving us a speed course of Ireland and helping us decide where to go and what to see. I would highly recommend Destinations Ireland and Beyond as the best travel agency!”
– Donna and Ira Spector


“A lot of beautiful memories. THANK YOU for all of your planning and attention to detail,”
– Kathy Ross


“I just wanted to send you a thank you for all you did to make our trip the best! It was beyond our expectations! We loved all of our accommodations. I can’t say that I have a favorite because it all was perfect. We were not ready to come home and all look forward to visiting Ireland again.”
– Peg Cozzolino


“I want to THANK ALL OF YOU FOR A WONDERFUL TRIP. Ronelle and I had a marvelous time.”
– P.J. “Paul” Nicholson


“Thank You! for all your help arranging a wonderful visit to Ireland.”
– Ron & Jennifer Spielman


“Tim and I had a wonderful trip to Ireland thanks to your wonderful suggestions and arrangements. Everything was just perfect. We truly had a wonderful trip and are grateful for your services.”
– Jenny Popp


“Thank you for the great job you did arranging our trip to Ireland. Everything went wonderfully and the accommodations were the best.”
– Elizabeth Zechman


Booking Enquiry for Golf at St. Andrews, Scotland

You can use this form to contact us with your preferred date of travel, the number of people in your party and your requirements and we will get back to you with a quote.

Booking Form

  • Let us know if you have any special requirement for your booking.
  • Contact Details

  • We send out a regular newsletter with details of new golf itineraries.

Highlights

St. Andrews is the number one golfing region in Scotland. The courses are neatly clustered together so you spend more time playing golf, and relaxing afterwards, and less time on the road. Based in St. Andrews, the “Home of Golf”, you can easily play Carnoustie, Kingsbarns and all St. Andrews Courses, including Old, New, and Castle. We can customize your vacation itinerary with options to add other golf courses such as Muirfield, Gullane, North Berwick, and Dunbar, just East of Edinburgh. No wonder the Scottish East Coast is the place to be for golf!

CustomerSupport
To customize this itinerary, talk to one of our golf destination experts on 800.832.1848 or 212.757.5797.
  • Day 1: Arrive in Scotland & golf at St. Andrews Jubilee Course
  • Day 2: Golf at St. Andrews New Course
  • Day 3: Golf at Carnoustie
  • Day 4: Golf at St. Andrews Old Course
  • Day 5: Golf at Kingsbarns
  • Day 6: Golf St Andrews Castle Course
  • Day 7: Transfer to Edinburgh airport

Included in This Tour

  • Meet & Greet on arrival by Destination Golf Representative.
  • 6-Rounds on Championship Links Courses.
  • Golfers Packing List & recommendations.
  • Guaranteed tee-times & greens fees.
  • Private transfers
  • 6-nights deluxe hotel accommodations with full breakfast daily.
  • Deluxe portfolio of Travel Documents & Personalized Itinerary.
  • Also available: Self-Drive rental vehicle with unlimited mileage and CDW insurance.
Not Included: Caddies, tips, travel insurance, and items of a personal nature. (Caddies can be requested at time of booking)

From Our Blog

  • Top Golf Courses in Ireland

    Golfers at Royal County DownIreland is without doubt one of the top ten destinations in the world for golf, and the reasons are there for everyone to see – the landscape is ... Read More



Day 1: Arrive Scotland & play St. Andrews Jubilee Course

Pick up your rental vehicle or meet your Driver Guide. Drive to St. Andrews for a 6-night stay at The Old Course Hotel OR The Rusacks Hotel overlooking the first and 18th holes of the world-renowned Old Course. Welcome to the “Home of Golf.”

Play the Jubilee Course this afternoon. The Jubilee is considered by many to be the most challenging course on the famous Links. Built in 1897, it was originally intended for use by beginners however after seeing its prime golfing location between the New Course and the sea, the Jubilee was converted to a championship layout in 1988.

Day 2: Golf at St. Andrews New Course

Founded in 1895 and designed by Tom Morris, the New Course is played on the same stretch of revered links-land as the famed Old Course. A bit longer and requiring slightly more precision, it is considered the equal of the Old Course.

Day 3: Golf at Carnoustie

Golfing legend Walter Hagen considered Carnoustie the greatest course in the British Isles with the toughest finish in golf. I am sure Padraig Harrington would agree! The unfriendly burns, the relentless winds, and the sheer length of the course test the abilities of all golfers.

Day 4: Golf at St. Andrews Old Course

Long considered the home of golf. All the Greats have competed on this hallowed turf, where golf has been played for over 400 years. It is every golfer’s dream to stand on the first tee at St. Andrews Old Course at least once! It was founded in the 16th century, and is the oldest and most iconic golf course in the world.

Day 5: Golf at Kingsbarns

Located on the North Sea coast only six miles from St. Andrews, Kingsbarns is without doubt one of the most breath-taking links courses ever developed. The attention to detail here is extraordinary, there are sea views from every hole.

Day 6: Golf St. Andrews Castle Course

Also known as course No. 7 of the famed St. Andrews Links Trust, the Castle course adds to the brilliance of possibly the world’s best collection of links golf courses. Playing the Castle Course is the perfect way to end your Scottish golfing adventure.

Day 7: Transfer to Edinburgh airport

Say goodbye to your driver / guide, or return your rental vehicle, and prepare for your return flight home!

CustomerSupport
To customize this itinerary, talk to one of our golf destination experts on 800.832.1848 or 212.757.5797.


Hotels

The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, UK

This 5 star hotel Borders the renowned 17th 'Road Hole' of the Old Course in the Home of Golf , the Old Course Hotel enjoys a spectacular location overlooking the famous links courses, the West Sands beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline. With a combination of classically elegant and contemporary interiors, the hotel offers quietly confident service, luxurious facilities and a warm welcome in the finest traditions of Scottish hospitality. The Old Course Hotel offers an exceptional choice of bars and restaurants from the chic informality of the Sands Grill to delicious dining in the acclaimed Road Hole Restaurant (3 AA rosettes). In addition , the hotel's traditional pub The Jigger Inn serves fine home-cooked food, and The Duke's Bar & Grill offers a traditional Scottish golfers' menu. And their award winning Road Hole Bar offers Scotland's finest malt whiskies from over 200 distilleries.


Rusacks Hotel, St Andrews, UK

The 4 star Rusacks Hotel is within a sand wedge of the 18th hole of the famous Old Course . Stylishly remodeled with a golfing theme , Rusacks Hotel offers luxurious accommodation occupied by some of the great names in the games history . Their award-winning Rocca Bar & Grill serves fine food and drink against a backdrop of the world's oldest golf course . Magnificent views out to sea take in St. Andrews' West Sands, immortalized in the Oscar-winning movie 'Chariots of Fire' . Rusacks is unquestionably Scotland's greatest golfing hotel. You can also get a great meal at the 'One Under' gastro pub - and they even have their very own sophisticated champagne and whisky bar, 'R Bar' - the perfect place to relax and unwind with friends. Photo


Travel Tips & FAQs

Scotland

Passports & Visas

To enter Scotland (Great Britain), you need a valid passport. Citizens of the EEA member states (the 27 countries of the European Union EU, together with Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) and many other countries including USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand do not require visas to gain entry to Scotland.

If only one parent is traveling with a child under 17 year of age and that child’s last name differs from the parent, a signed notarised letter from the parent with the same last name as the child’s authorizing permission to allow that child to travel.

For more passport information contact the U.S. Department of State (877/487–2778).

What to Pack

Bring a sweater, even in summer; waterproofs to accompany all outdoor activities; sunglasses; comfortable walking shoes and an umbrella. The weather is changeable so go for layers that you can put on or take off as the temperature changes. And if you are planing to do a lot of walking, comfortable walking shoes. Travel light and save yourself the burden of handling large and heavy luggage. In Scotland wearing casual clothes is acceptable with less emphasis on formal dress codes.

Weather

The climate in Scotland is moderate with rarely extremes in temperature.

January and February are the coldest months with an average temperature of 42.8°F.
July and August are the warmest months with an average temperature of 66.2°F.

There are variations from region to region. for example the Western Highlands experience some of the wettest weather in Europe due to the prevailing wind coming in from the Atlantic. In contrast, the Eastern part of Scotland has far less rainfall.

Currency
In Scotland the official currency is the pound sterling(£). One pound sterling consists of 100 pence.

Gratuities

Gratuities and tips are lower in Scotland than in the United States and some restaurants include these as a service charge on the bill. When tipping in restaurants you should pay 10 to 15 % and similarly with taxis, hairdressers and barbers.

Emergency Services

Police, Fire, Ambulance: Telephone: 999

24 hour medical treatment is available in UK hospitals under the National Health service and you should expect to be billed but it is nowhere as expensive as it is in the United States.

Gadgets

The electrical current in Great Britain is 220–240 volts and the plugs are three-pronged. Adapters are widely available and it is a good idea to bring a couple for your various gadgets.

Public Transportation

Traveline provides information on all public transportation in Scotland including timetables.

Most stations and bus terminals in Scotland will accept credit and debit cards for payment of tickets and other services.

Buses

Megabus.

National Express. Discounts

Scottish Citylink. Discounts

Railways

The train service in Scotland is efficient, clean and comfortable with long distance journeys including buffet and refreshment cars. First Class, as well as standard class coaches are available on most scheduled services, with wider seats. Fares are much higher in First Class but on weekends you can upgrade for as little as £10 in some cases. Reserving tickets in advance is recommended.

National Rail Enquiries.

ScotRail.

Save online with The Trainline.

Travelling by Taxi

You can hail the typical black hackney taxis, like those in London on the street or book by phone with an additional 80p charge. Private taxi hire is with regular cars but all taxis must display the taxi license and a driver ID and are metered. Metering starts at £2 with increased intervals charged at 25p.

Time Zone

Scotland functions on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). During the summer it becomes GMT+1. For example, New York is Greenwich Mean Time -5 hours & Los Angeles is Greenwich Mean Time -8 hours.

Language

English is commonly used throughout Scotland but in parts of the Outer Hebrides and Scottish Highlands Scots Gaelic may be spoken. Expect to see signposting in both English and Gaelic.

Driving

You will need either a full valid national driving license or an international driving permit (IDP). You can acquire an IDP from the American Automobile Association or from Automobile Association or Royal Automobile Club in the UK. IDPs are only valid with your regular driver’s licence. They are not mandatory but having one can prevent issues when dealing with local authorities.

Cars in Scotland drive on the left-hand side of the road and both driver and passengers are required to wear seat belts at all times by law. Signposts will be presented with place names in English and Scots Gaelic.

You will pay a lot more for gasoline (petrol) in the UK, about £4 per gallon. The imperial gallon is 20% more in volume than the US Gallon and is dispensed at the pump by the litre (4.5 litres to the gallon).

Parking

On street parking is available in most urban areas in Scotland. It costs around £1 per hour where fees apply. Pay and display machines, which dispense tickets, are marked with a large P. Tickets should be placed on your dashboard for viewing by traffic wardens who inspect paid-for-parking zones regularly. Parking regulations are enforced with fines of £25 for cars parked illegally.

You will also find privately run parking lots.

Vaccinations

There are no vaccinations required to visit Scotland.


Testimonials

“Back from a great golf trip and thanks so much for your assistance. Hotels were outstanding and made for a wonderful relaxing trip.”
– Tim Dudich


“I wanted to let you know that our trip was one for the ages. We had more fun than I could have imagined.”
– Herb Bennett


“To say our group had an awesome time on our trip would be the understatement of the century.”
– John C. Granzow, CIMA


“I will have no hesitation in recommending your company for future use! I felt as if you and your company gave us top notch customer service and never batted an eye for what may have been odd questions – that type of service is hard to find. You really gave us personal service!”
– Leslie Wajda


“Trip was great – accommodations excellent.”
– Kathleen McCormack-Batterson


“This note is to praise Destinations Ireland and our driver, James Finn, who truly made our trip a pleasure!”
– Donna Long


“The trip was really great.  You did a fabulous job of picking the properties. Scotland is beautiful! It was a great trip. You scored again! Can’t wait for our next adventure.”
– Libby McGriff


“I wanted to let you know that the accommodations were fabulous throughout our trip. We were completely blown away, what a magnificent find. The house is simply breathtaking. A word on the drivers. I could not have asked for more accommodating or entertaining gentleman to escort us around. They were full of information, great stories, and advice. Really, really just wonderful guys all around.”
– Susanne McNeill


“A masterful job in creating and arranging such a phenomenal trip…”
– P.J. Fitzgerald


“We had a “dream trip” and you/your organization were a large part it making it all happen. Everything went smoothly and was more than we ever imagined! We are already talking about a return trip in a few years! Have to save our money. 🙂 Thanks again for all you did for us.”
– Nancy Capocy


“I cannot express how much I appreciate you making all the arrangements with such short notice & I just wanted to say Thank you again for all your help.”
– Susan Sanford


“All I do is talk about the wonderful trip, sites and your company and how we couldn’t have been happier with all the arrangements and people who set this wonderful trip up. Again thank you!!!”
– Janet Jenrick


“We had a wonderful time in Ireland and I appreciate all the reservations you made and the guidance your gave us.”
– Monica Kobasic


“I wanted to thank you for arranging a great trip to Scotland. The Channings, Culloden House, and Roxburghe House were fantastic…the best of accommodations, food, and customer service”
– Trina Girimont


“I wanted to thank you and Destinations Ireland and Beyond. We had an amazing experience. We loved all the hotels that you set us up with. Thank you for being so insightful, quickly giving us a speed course of Ireland and helping us decide where to go and what to see. I would highly recommend Destinations Ireland and Beyond as the best travel agency!”
– Donna and Ira Spector


“A lot of beautiful memories. THANK YOU for all of your planning and attention to detail,”
– Kathy Ross


“I just wanted to send you a thank you for all you did to make our trip the best! It was beyond our expectations! We loved all of our accommodations. I can’t say that I have a favorite because it all was perfect. We were not ready to come home and all look forward to visiting Ireland again.”
– Peg Cozzolino


“I want to THANK ALL OF YOU FOR A WONDERFUL TRIP. Ronelle and I had a marvelous time.”
– P.J. “Paul” Nicholson


“Thank You! for all your help arranging a wonderful visit to Ireland.”
– Ron & Jennifer Spielman


“Tim and I had a wonderful trip to Ireland thanks to your wonderful suggestions and arrangements. Everything was just perfect. We truly had a wonderful trip and are grateful for your services.”
– Jenny Popp


“Thank you for the great job you did arranging our trip to Ireland. Everything went wonderfully and the accommodations were the best.”
– Elizabeth Zechman


Booking Enquiry for Golf at St. Andrews, Scotland

You can use this form to contact us with your preferred date of travel, the number of people in your party and your requirements and we will get back to you with a quote.

Booking Form

  • Let us know if you have any special requirement for your booking.
  • Contact Details

  • We send out a regular newsletter with details of new golf itineraries.