Stayed here for three nights recently working in St.Andrews, about 9 miles or a 20 min drive away. This hotel is a real gem of a find, rooms are superb, very comfortable and spacious with fantastic views over the inlet to the Forth, bath was...เพิ่มเติม
My partner and I had a wonderful break. Fabulous hotel, beautiful room with amazing view, (19a), very comfortable and spotlessly clean with perhaps the biggest bathroom I have ever seen!! Beverage tray and biscuits replenished daily. All staff, without exception, were friendly helpful and seemed...เพิ่มเติม
Just back from short visit to Anstruther staying at The Bank. Great place to stay and very central. Room was spotless and had beautiful view over river and beyond to the harbour. Evening meal couldn't be faulted and for breakfast there was an excellent choice...เพิ่มเติม
Friendly small hotel with a nice bar and restaurant with a good breakfast.
It has views over the old harbour and Firth of Tay - well priced so good value.
Well appointed bedrooms.
Friendly and helpful staff.
Central position for golf break for courses in...เพิ่มเติม
We stayed in Room 1. What a great room!!! Very large room, comfortable bed, great view but especially loved the jetted bathtub. Having a pub and a restaurant down below was convenient and very good. Loved all.
Did see one. Though no idea whether it was a decent.
Are any of the rooms accessible for disabled persons ie do any have grab rails in bathroom?
Also, if there are stairs into the building, are there ramps to allow wheelchair access?
If bedrooms not on ground floor, are there lifts?
3 ตุลาคม 2016|
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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... เพิ่มเติม
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.
Hello,is the restaurant open to non-residents? Is there a child's menu.Many Thanks.