CAIRNSMILL CARAVAN PARK
We were hoping to be able to give a positive update after the first ministers announcement yesterday, sadly this is not the case. We have been given no further information and therefore remain in the same position of the unknown. It is looking highly unlikely that we will be open for easter as hospitality has not been mentioned in the route map until late April, however we are not cancelling any bookings until we have been updated by the first minister in her mid-March briefing. We are happy to continue taking provisional bookings for throughout the season with the hope of us being open in some capacity in the not to distant future. With current restrictions still in place our office hours are reduced to Monday – Friday 9am – 1pm, I would ask for your patience as we are dealing with a high volume of calls and emails with limited staff. We will continue to update as and when we receive any new information, sadly as we have found previously this is not forthcoming. As always, we thank you for your understanding in these difficult circumstances, we really hope to welcome our valued customers back onsite soon, until then take care.
WELCOME TO CAIRNSMILL
Situated on the outskirts of the award winning, historical town of St Andrews, Cairnsmill is the perfect place for your next holiday! Whether you are here to explore the worlds home of golf, delve into the history of the town or simply coming to spend quality time with the family, here at Cairnsmill we can cater for everyone. With great facilities on site and local amenities close by our holiday park is one you will be happy to return to again and again.
At Cairnsmill Caravan Park you can have your own static caravan for you and the family to enjoy all year round or simply bring your own touring caravan for a visit.
If you are looking to rent, we have brand new, luxurious static caravans available at affordable prices as well as pods and a bunkhouse for those visiting St Andrews for a short time.
St Andrews, the Mecca of golf is an ancient and beautiful burgh. Legend tells that the relics of the apostle Andrew were brought to Scotland by St. Regulus who, having been shipwrecked off the Fife coast, founded a church on the site where the town now stands. St. Andrew was to become the patron saint of Scotland.
St. Andrews can be explored best on foot, the combination of Medieval, Victorian and Edwardian streets forming one of the most attractive towns in Britain. Visitors will be amazed to find famous landmarks such as the Castle, Cathedral, University and Harbour alongside a variety of shops, restaurants, theatres, museums and art galleries.
Sporting facilities in the town are second to none, with watersports, bowling, putting, tennis, swimming, squash and sea-angling amongst those catered for.
North East Fife has something for everyone, young and old alike. Whether you are planning a relaxing break or an action packed activity holiday, there's a warm welcome awaiting you.
The nearest Railway Station for the park is Leuchars with a good taxi and bus service