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Welcome to Milton Lea Bed and Breakfast

Address: Milton Lea, By Balmullo, Newport, KY16 0AB

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With free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, this B&B is situated in the Scottish countryside, surrounded by pretty villages and towns. Historic St Andrews is just 10 minutes’ drive away. Guests at Milton Lea can enjoy a full Scottish breakfast, kippers, continental options, fresh fruit and yoghurt in the morning. For lunch and evening meals, there are pubs and takeaways within walking distance. Rooms at Milton Lea Bed and Breakfast are elegant in style, with a flat-screen TV and a modern en suite bathroom. Each also benefits from picturesque views of the garden. Leuchars Rail Station is just a minute away by car, and Glenrothes is only 20 miles away. A range of golf courses can be reached in around 20 minutes’ drive.

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St Andrews Golf Course - St Andrews - Golf

St Andrews Golf Course - St Andrews - Golf

Distance 4.05 miles (6.47 km)
St Andrews Links is the Home of Golf, where the game evolved and where the spirit and traditions of golf have been safeguarded for over six centuries. A place of global importance, the Links is managed by St Andrews Links Trust. You can use our site to plan your golf trip, book tee-times, browse the online shop and discover more about the Home of Golf. The six courses at the Links are open to all, as are the golf practice centre and the two clubhouses.

The University of St Andrews - University

The University of St Andrews - University

Distance 4.67 miles (7.47 km)
The University of St Andrews is located in the town of St Andrews in Fife on the east coast of Scotland. The University was founded in the year 1413 and has a student population of more than 7,200 students. The various departments include art history, biology, chemistry, classics, computer science, divinity, economics and finance, English, film studies, geography and geosciences, history, international relationships, management, mathematics, medicine, modern languages, philosophical and anthropological film studies, physics and astronomy, psychology, music and drama, and anthropology.