New Year in St Andrews is a magical time. Where better to celebrate such an iconic Scottish milestone than in the town that bears the name of the country’s patron saint?
Enjoy the very best Hogmanay celebrations and see in 2018 with a little Five Red Star luxury at the Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa, St Andrews.
Choose from either the Family Ballroom Party, including a delicious buffet, table magician, live band and disco with spectacular fireworks display; or a truly glamorous celebration at our Black Tie Gala Ball: Arrive on New Year’s Eve to a glass of Champagne and canapes.
One lucky couple has the chance to win a pair of tickets to the exclusive Black Tie Hogmanay Ball with an overnight stay at the iconic Old Course Hotel, worth £674.
Take part in the competition here:
To see more on offer at the Old Course Hotel click here.
Enjoy a 6-course dinner while listening to the music of Adele, performed Katie Markham, back by popular demand. The wonderful Drums ‘n’ Roses pipe and drum band will perform traditional Scottish music and pop songs on the lead up to midnight. After toasting the bells, a piper will lead you outside to watch the fireworks display before you dance the night away. When your feet finally give up, it’s time to retire to one of the classically elegant rooms at our award winning hotel. The following morning you’ll enjoy a hearty breakfast in the 4th floor Road Hole restaurant, overlooking the famous Old Course and West Sands beach. Then it’s up to you – a refreshing walk along the beach, explore the town of St Andrews, or relax and replenish your mind and body in the brand new Kohler Waters Experience Spa, opening this December.
Designed by architects Sedley place, the spa offers thirteen treatment rooms – including two couple’s rooms, two wet treatment rooms with KOHLER bathing experiences, a 20m indoor swimming spa pool, a hydrotherapy pool for therapeutic bathing, steam room for deep muscular relaxation and detoxification, experience showers, refreshing Ice fountain, cold plunge pool and a Finnish sauna. There is also a rooftop garden with hot tub.
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