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Visited today for an afternoon tea. Lovely sandwiches, fabulous scones ( served warm) and a great variety of very yummy cakes. Staff were friendly and the view from the restaurant was an added bonus. We will definitely be back.
booked the bank a few weeks ago as i was golfing at the dukes st andrews,phoned up and got an excellent deal 119 quid for 2nights b and b also 40 pounds towards dinner on 1evening which is great value,we got room2 looking over the...More
We stayed for one night in August in a superior room. The room could be reached via a separate entrance and was at the top floor of the building. The view out to the sea was amazing. The room itself was spacious enough, very clean...More
Great hotel! Best rooms we stayed in whole trip thru Ireland & Scotland. Fantastic food for dinner. Great staff. Super friendly. Cammy & Lea were the best. Everyone loved it and there were 13 of us. Great bar too.
The room was big with a modern big ensuite a nice surprise, the staff very friendly and helpful and the restaurant was great!! It was a quiet place despite being in the centre of Ansthruther, very pretty exterior and lovely views over the water. Highly...More
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There are no lifts, however I recall seeing one room on the ground floor adjacent to the stairway...and the room has a sea view which is very nice. I personally found the sea view rooms very small, so I don't think they are... More
There are no lifts, however I recall seeing one room on the ground floor adjacent to the stairway...and the room has a sea view which is very nice. I personally found the sea view rooms very small, so I don't think they are well suited if the guest uses a walker or wheelchair. The rooms facing the street are huge, but are only accessible by the stairs. There are two separate entrances - one for the pub/restaurant and one for the rooms and both have one step to navigate.