If you cannot live with golf alone, St Andrews and the surrounding area offers an endless array of outdoor activities from relaxing to challenging. Whether you prefer to be on foot, horseback, wheels or water, Monarchs House can set stage for your favourite pastime or perhaps introduce you to a[…]
Golf Week Magazine just released their list of the greatest modern and classic golf courses in Great Britain and Ireland. Leading the way on the modern list is Kingsbarns. And the number two course on the classic list is the Old Course in St Andrews (trails Royal County Down of[…]
Have you made your plans to come to Scotland in 2010 yet? Monarchs House is now taking reservations for the new season.
Kevin Low has been the chef at Monarchs House since we opened in 2001.
Golfers who journey to Scotland, whether for the 1st time or the 50th time, are keen on playing the Old Course.
Usually there are two things people ask first when inquiring about a golf trip to Scotland: can you get me on the Old Course and when is the best time to go? The Old Course question is a story for another posting. This time we’re talking about Scottish weather. Does[…]
Buddy trips are a wonderful way to have both a great time and get some economies of scale on the cost side. The only issue with this type of trip is in the details and the details are what makes a trip marginal or fantastic. The first and most important[…]
Himalayas Putting Contest
Congratulations to the 2009 winner, Paul Flynn.
Use this calendar to help plan your trip. [table id=1 /]
One of the services included with a Monarchs House let is constructing and booking your golf itinerary.