The five-star Fairmont St Andrews resort has opened the doors to two exclusive Manor Homes with luxury renovations and concepts in partnership with esteemed interior designer Russell Sage, who has previously partnered with other prestigious properties such as The Savoy, Zetter Townhouse and The Fife Arms on interior design projects.
The Manor Homes offers bespoke residential retreats perfectly tailored for a ‘home from home’ family break, golf weekend, spa getaway, or countryside gathering with friends. Guests can now immerse themselves in the opulence and comfort of these remarkable accommodations, as Fairmont St Andrews continues to elevate its offerings for a truly unforgettable stay.
The first Manor Home, ‘Queenask’ is purposed for luxury family escapes, with the second, ‘Kingask’, designed as the perfect location for elegant social gatherings. Both aptly named and fit for royalty, 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 facilities.
Guests of both homes are invited to enjoy all of the resort's restaurants and bars or for those looking for something more exclusive, guests can indulge in a personalised private dining experience prepared by a private chef. To curate a tailored made experience, a "house caddie" is assigned exclusively to each home to provide an individual approach to the needs and desires of every guest.
Queenask Manor Home – The luxury ‘home from home’ family retreat
The four-bedroom Queenask Manor Home is designed to host the perfect family escape, with designs and layouts inspired by the Fife landscape in tribute to the rich heritage of the region. The ground floor has a welcoming entrance hall, a social sitting room, a whisky library and games area designed for family entertainment, a luxury dining room with a sunny bay window offering panoramic views of the Links, a light and spacious kitchen adorned with St Andrews decoration and a relaxing cinema room.
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.
Kingask – The social home fit for a King’s gathering
The four-bedroom Kingask Manor Home is perfectly tailored to provide the perfect setting for an elegant social gathering, offering a cozy and inviting atmosphere for guests to relax, socialize and entertain. On the ground floor guests are instantly welcomed by a light and airy hallway decorated with arts and crafts pieces, leading into a carefully curated library and games room featuring antique leather-bound Scottish books to offer a journey into the nation’s literary tradition, a sitting room, a dedicated Dram room where enthusiasts can appreciate and savor an impressive selection of the finest spirits with views of the vast countryside setting, a spacious kitchen and 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. The 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. The third room, The Swilcan, has one double bed and is inspired by distinctive elements of the Links. 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.
Both Manor Homes are now open for bookings. For more information, please visit https://www.fairmont.com/st-andrews-scotland/offers/manor-homes/