The Granary has 6 bedrooms, 5 with king size beds in and 1 bunk room for the kids (or small adults!). There are also two pull out single beds in one of the double rooms to make a family room. The Granary was built in 1773 and is a Grade II listed building, so the bedrooms are cosy and on the top floor you do need to take care as the beams are at head height for those slightly taller people.
There are four bathrooms, three with showers and one with a bath and shower.
The highlights of the building include the large and comfortable sitting room on the first floor, which has masses of exposed stonework and has windows overlooking the garden and millpond on two sides. This room has a ski-lodge feel and you can relax into the comfy sofas and listen to the mill stream. Full of light during the day and cosy in the evenings, it is a great place to gather and play games or watch movies with the surround sound.
The dining room on the ground floor has a beautiful oak extending refectory table which can seat up to 16 people. The lavish furnishings and gentle candlelit ambiance provide the perfect setting for your dinner parties during your stay.
Our kitchen has a large range cooker and a large American style fridge freezer, both suitable for a house full of friends. The name of the original carpenter of the building is engraved on the oak beams. The Kitchen opens up onto the large terrace overlooking the millpond and mill wheel. It is a lovely place to enjoy breakfast or an evening BBQ if the weather is conducive.
The Home of Golf, the third oldest University in the English-speaking world, and the oldest University in Scotland, St. Andrews is a beautiful town on the east coast of Scotland which is host to these most esteemed of institutions. Golden beaches stretch for miles and the accompanying dunes play host to the Old Course, the most famous golf course in the World.
The ruins of the Castle and Cathedral sit proud atop the seaside cliffs, giving clues to the rich heritage of this most special of towns. The first settlers came here in the Stone Age, and religion and learning have sculpted the town as you find it today.
Chosen as a beautiful place to live for four years and as the best place to get a psychology degree, Glenn’s university town retains a special place in his heart. We hope the warmth of the room reflects the warmth you feel when visiting this wonderful place. Even the mizzle colour of the walls has been chosen to reflect that dreek mist that rolls in from the sea sometimes…