Half-hidden under the Ardgowan Hotel and sited just a couple of hundred yards from the world-famous Old Course is one of St Andrews’ best kept secrets Playfair’s Restaurant and Steakhouse.
The Hotel Broughty Ferry is changing opinions (or at least one opinion).
the mantra “location, location, location” is a prime consideration in house buying, it can be the make or break factor in establishing a successful restaurant.
If you’ve ever been to Italy, then you’ll no doubt know the welcome feeling of ducking out of the heat and into a cool, dark trattoria or ristorante that you have happened upon whilst exploring the streets.
Perched on the crest of a hill just outside St Andrews in the village of Strathkinness, looking north over the Eden estuary towards Dundee and beyond, the Tavern at Strathkinness couldn’t have a better view.
Hamilton Grand, once home to generations of students and now luxury apartments, occupies one of the finest locations on the planet across the road from the 18th green of the Old Course at St Andrews.
It is said that we can thank Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford, who needed a little something to lift that “sinking feeling” between luncheon and dinner, for the great British tradition of afternoon tea.
From the outside, the Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans isn’t the most promising. Seventies motel, rather than the kind of place that would feature a two AA rosette restaurant.
The Inn at Lathones is an old coach house nestled in the countryside a few miles inland from St Andrews.