I used the Travel Inn as a base for two nights whilst visiting a golf tournament at St. Andrews. (The home of golf)
This Travel Inn is exactly what you expect of the brand. It is modern, situated on the edge of town next to the main arterial route and with an adjoining Brewers Fayre pub.
The family room was clean, spacious and well appointed and there was ample free on-site parking.
Although around 20 miles to St.Andrews, the journey was pleasant, along scenic rural roads. The town of Glenrothes is a similar distance from Edinburgh. So if you are intending to visit both destinations this makes for a good base.
Unless you have young children or are pushed for time I would suggest you steer clear of dining in the Brewers Fayre. I used it on the Friday evening and whilst it was very large, a considerable part was not in use apparently due to lack of staff. This resulted in a wait for a table and pretty slow service.
The food was acceptable, fairly good value but rather basic and uninspiring.
All in all a decent experience with a brand where you know exactly what you will get at a reasonably keen rate.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Premier Inn Glenrothes is a great hotel for Leisure or Business trips. For leisure trips why not visit the National Trust for Scotland's Falkland Palace, or feed some deer at the Scottish Deer centre. Slightly further afield there is the historic town of St Andrews, and also Anstruther where the best fish and chips are served in Fife. For business trips we are close to Diageo and 10 minutes from the centre of Kirkcaldy. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Glenrothes Hotel Glenrothes
- Premier Inn Glenrothes Hotel Fife