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This bar is part of the MacDonald Hotel in St Andrews and has a great open glass view of the 17 and 18th holes at the famous St Andrews golf course.
Whilst enjoying drinks and nibbles from the comfy lounge chairs you can watch the...More
After eating out, we decided to have a night cap at the rbar before calling it a night. The drinks were slightly overpriced but the staff more than made up for it. Zoe especially ensured a pleasant visit.
We had afternoon tea here 2 years before and although it was expensive it really was beautiful and the service was impeccable.
My parents also honeymooned here in 1960 so for my mother, it is a very special place.
I booked a table for afternoon...More
poor food with a 3 tier cake stand for 3 adults consisting of tiny fruit scones, tiny loaf cake things, 6 in number, and 2 small finger sandwiches each with poor fillings - tea and coffee served immediately with cake stand 20 mins later and...More
Six of us had booked Afternoon Tea for 14.30hrs and three bottles of wine later at 16.00 hrs we were about to leave as we were so hungry but once we complained for the third time about our long wait , our afternoon tea suddenly...More
Having booked a stay in January 2017 and being in St Andrews yesterday my wife and I decided to visit the hotel for some drinks and food. However after sitting in the bar area which is beautiful and being ignored by various bar staff and...More
We made a day trip to St. Andrews and had booked lunch at the Russacks Hotel, which overlooks the 18th hole of the Old Course as well as the classic Royal & Ancient Golf Clubhouse. On a prior visit I knew that I wanted to...More
One of the worst Afternoon Teas we have ever had the misfortune to experience.
The surroundings were nice and the service was good but that is where the positives end.
The minute sandwiches were made with cheap tasting bread, the fillings sparse and lacking in...More