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Hotels in St Andrews

Rusacks Hotel
Pilmour Links
St Andrews
Fife

KY16 9JQ | View map
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Overlooking the famous Old Course in St Andrews centre, Macdonald Rusacks Hotel features a gastro pub and stylish champagne bar. There is free parking and 4-star rooms with Wi-Fi access. The luxurious rooms each have a modern bathroom with free designer toiletries and a hairdryer. Rooms also feature a flat-screen satellite TV, tea/coffee facilities and Wi-Fi access. With views of West Sands Beach, the Rocca Bar & Grill serves Italian-style cuisine made with fresh local produce. The One Under Gastro Pub offers a traditional Scottish menu and fine wines. Just a 10-minute walk from St Andrews Castle, the Macdonald Rusacks Hotel is a 20-minute drive from Dundee. Free parking is available, and Dundee Airport is a 25-minute drive away. .

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 68
Number Ensuite: 68

Price per Room:

Double: £250
Single: £150
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Restaurant

Name: Old Course
Cuisine: Modern Scottish influenced by our location
Chef: Craig Beaddie
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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