Lovely meal last night. Hadn't been here in years. Bistro is really lovely, with a relaxed modern feel. Had the pear flan for dessert which was delicious. Main course also lovely. Staff were attentive and very pleasant. Will definitely visit again.
I enjoyed my stay very much at the Boath House. A beautiful building surrounded by exquisite gardens which were in perfect spring bloom. The rooms were comfortable and had everything I needed.
The food was good and the service was very friendly. My only criticism would be that I prefer a buffet style breakfast where a variety of cereals etc are on offer rather than having to choose from a menu. I would definitely stay there again if I was in that part of the world.
We had a great experience working with Andreea. We came across Anne Cohen rings while visiting Colorado many months ago and fell in love with them. We knew the next chance we would see the rings would be while visiting Dublin for two days, so we stopped by DesignYard on our last day. We tried on the rings and knew the Anne Cohen carbon rings were what we wanted. I highly recommend stopping by and looking at their amazing jewelry. Purchasing and shipping was a breeze and the experience was very pleasant.
Transition Extreme has a little bit for everyone. there is the skate par, climbing wall, cafe, function room, mixed martial arts and the shop Geek Bothy. The venue is a charity ran organisation and does loads for the local community while still offering activities for all to take part in. I have hired the venue for events, booked my kids parties and my son uses the skate park. And that says it all there is an awesome family vibe about the place. The staff are great and although there is sometimes a wait for food at the cafe it is reasonably priced and there is an awesome view of the North Sea and beach in the sitting area. Keep up the awesome work guys!!
We walked in by chance, not knowing anything about the history of Jannettas.
Thank goodness we did! The Decor is fresh and inviting and their waffles and ice cream are 'to die for'! The service was very good too! What an amazing gem in the heart of St Andrews!
Had dinner at this restaurant on my last day in Scotland and the staff were attentive, not overbearing and were able to recommend wine pairings for food. The venue is very relaxing with good jazz music in the background to your dining. I would say the food is over priced for the quality. We had steak which wasn’t as flavorsome as one would expect from a high end venue.
Was looking for somewhere quick and easy with a Children’s menu for lunch. Stopped in here. The food was great and the staff were lovely. We ordered calzone, wrap and a kids macaroni which were all cooked freshly.
I visit here for vegetables to make soup and for fish cakes as there the best I’ve ever tasted!
The wee gift shop is great and prices are really good aswell, can’t visit here without visiting the cafe :-) always very busy but worth waiting for a table.
We were going to visit St. Patrick's Church and parked just outside this museum. The name doesn't sound interesting to the hurried tourist, but... We went inside to just get information on what was in town. However, we wound up spending about an hour and a half there. Colm was our guide and made the introduction very interesting. The building was a holding tank for serious criminals who were headed to the penal colony in Australia. You can see the tiny cells that held 12-14 prisoners and many other parts of the original prison. Very nicely done. We were very impressed with everything here! It's only about 40 yards from the church. We are so glad we went inside! Colm was fantastic!!
I invited my family to a night at cafe source St Andrews square last week, 1st time for most of the family although my partner are quite regular visitors, the first timers could not believe the quality of the food and can't wait to return part of the family are used to dining in London they said it was best meal they had for a long time thanks source for a great night.
Yet again had another great night out in Retro. I love the fact it’s in a great central location, is reasonably priced for entry and drinks and has friendly staff. The bar service is quick and has a great range to chose from. I’d highly recommend.
This mid-town hotel has the prestige trimmings of a hotel twice the price, from a very comfortable bed and high-end furnishings to complimentary gin and sherry. The spa, bar and conference facilities are impressive and staff are welcoming and polite. My only gripe is the night-long chorus from hotel's resident rooftop collection of gulls and pigeons. So despite the prestige and comfort, I had very little sleep and a morning headache. Something needs to be done about that as it definitely ruins the stay. This issue may only affect the rooftop facing rooms though.
Often visit with my 5 children aged between 5-15. There is a visitors centre which opens during various dates (best looking on website). Lovely views of sheffield and short walks. They have a small play area for kids built on the landscape. There is also a pub nearby and cafe at the bottom end.