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The staff was wonderful. Perfect location. Ian and Andy were so very helpful. My husband will never forget their kindness nor will I. We felt as if we were visiting in someone’s home.
Beautiful hotel and great staff. Hotel is in a lovely area with easy access to bus to go to Edinburgh
Love the location, atmosphere and staff. Fabulous choice for a stay in St Andrews.
Clean, easy to find, nice restaurant and bar, friendly staff
The staff were a highlight particularly in the restaurant. They were very friendly and made sure you had everything you wanted. The restaurant was light and airy with access to the garden on a nice day. The bathroom is ready for redecorating as there is minor damage and scuffs.
Excellent room and facility. Inn is very clean. Breakfast was great. Staff was very friendly. Close to St Andrews. Would definately recomend this Inn and would select it again if we return. Worked great for us.
Tea and biscuits and very comfy beds. Rooms were spacious and very clean
We liked the welcome we got and the information we received from the receptionist on arrival. It was our first time and it is lovely to be shown your room and where the lounges are etc. Location short drive from St. Andrews. Warm and cosy. Breakfast lovely, ambience was just right. Decor beautiful. ...
The best B&B I have ever stayed in. Exceptional service, ideal quiet rural location for exploring Dundee and the region. Breakfast was superb - locally sourced bacon etc. Wifi good.
If you’re looking to relax in style, the Kingdom of Fife will delight you with its variety of luxury 4 star accommodation. Options range from boutique hotels to country house spa retreats. You can uncover historic attractions in Dunfermline or take to the course in St Andrews for some historic golf.
Located between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth, the Kingdom of Fife takes in a number of diverse areas. Dunfermline in the west was once Scotland’s capital and the town has plenty of historic sites. Incredibly, the 12th century Dunfermline Abbey is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce.
On the other side of Fife, Kirkcaldy is the largest town in the region. Called ‘The Lang Toun’ after it’s long main street, Kirkcaldy sits on a beautiful section of Scottish coastline. Visit the ruins of Ravenscraig Castle, one of the earliest artillery forts in Scotland.
Don’t miss St Andrews, the ‘Home of Golf’ and Scotland’s oldest university town. As well as terrific golf this seaside favourite has a relaxed atmosphere, great shops, a cathedral and a castle.
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