Fairmont St Andrews, the prestigious five-star resort, recently unveiled its latest additions – two exclusive Manor Homes.
Collaborating with esteemed interior designer Russell Sage, known for his work with properties like The Savoy, Zetter Townhouse, and The Fife Arms, these homes have undergone luxury renovations and concepts, offering a truly unmatched experience.
The Manor Homes, exuding warmth and homely comfort have been meticulously designed to cater to various preferences. Whether it’s a ‘home from home’ family break, a golf weekend, a spa getaway, or a countryside gathering with friends, these retreats have it all. Guests at Fairmont St Andrews can now immerse themselves in unparalleled opulence and comfort, promising an unforgettable stay.
The Royal Treatment: Queenask Manor Home
The first Manor Home, ‘Queenask,’ has been crafted to provide luxury family escapes. Drawing inspiration from the picturesque Fife landscape, the ground floor boasts a welcoming entrance hall, a social sitting room, a whisky library, and a games area for family entertainment.
Guests can indulge in fine dining in the luxury dining room, offering panoramic views of the Links. The light and spacious kitchen, adorned with St Andrews decorations, and a relaxing cinema room complete the experience.
Ascending to the first floor, guests encounter a landing reminiscent of the Lomond Hills, once the hunting ground of kings and queens. Four luxury bedrooms await, each designed with unique themes and equipped with luxurious bathrooms. The Fife Ness, the master bedroom, boasts a king-size bed, a walk-in dressing room, and an en-suite bathroom.
Jack’s Studio, with two double beds, pays tribute to the renowned artist Jack Vettriano, born in the area. The Ginevra King room, featuring one double bed, celebrates 1930’s flapper golf girls and their legacy. Finally, The Pioneer, with two single beds, draws inspiration from the scenic walks around St Andrews.
Regal Gatherings: Kingask Manor Home
The second Manor Home, ‘Kingask,’ sets the stage for elegant social gatherings, offering a cosy and inviting atmosphere. The ground floor greets guests with a light and airy hallway adorned with arts and crafts pieces, leading to a curated library and games room, housing antique leather-bound Scottish books.
A sitting room and a dedicated Dram room, providing an impressive selection of the finest spirits with countryside views, are perfect for relaxation and socialization. The spacious kitchen and elegant dining room cater to luxury dinner occasions.
Ascending to the first floor, guests encounter a landing featuring a large cartwheel made of vintage hickory golf clubs. Four bedrooms, echoing the layout of Queenask Manor Home, await exploration. The Fairway Flapper, the master bedroom, pays homage to famous female golfers from the 1930s.
The Hepburn, with two double beds, showcases golf imagery and includes shots of Audrey Hepburn playing in the 1950s. The Swilcan, with one double bed, draws inspiration from distinctive elements of the Links. Lastly, Old Tom Morris’ room, with two single beds, celebrates Thomas Mitchell Morris, the “grand old man of golf,” hailing from St Andrews in the early 1900s.
Guests residing in these Manor Homes gain access to all of the resort’s restaurants and bars, where they can relish a wide array of culinary delights. Alternatively, those seeking exclusivity can opt for a personalised private dining experience, thoughtfully prepared by a private chef. To ensure an individualised approach, each home is assigned a “house caddie,” catering to the unique needs and desires of every guest.
Fairmont St Andrews continues to elevate its offerings with the introduction of these exceptional Manor Homes. With exquisite designs and luxurious amenities, these residences offer an enhanced luxury residential experience. Whether it’s a family escape or an elegant social gathering, guests are promised an unforgettable stay amidst the vibrant atmosphere of St Andrews’ Home of Golf. The collaboration between Fairmont St Andrews and Russell Sage truly celebrates the unique appeal of this historic Scottish location, ensuring that visitors experience the epitome of modern Scottish luxury.