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.
We took 3 potential business partners for hotpot as an interesting and alternative type of meeting. It was absolutely fabulous! There was only one woman working and boy did she work. She ran after us, made us feel really welcome and explained the menu and concept of hot pot. She suggested what to order and showed us how it was done and then just kept topping up the broth and bringing more food and drinks as we needed. I can’t recommend this place highly enough because alongside the great service and convivial environment, the food was very fresh and extremely tasty. I’ve also eaten lunch in their smaller takeaway premises next door and it was equally great. Give it at try, you won’t be disappointed.
Well we started our visit in Newcastle with a nice couples massage!!! It was so easy to book and we arrived early. Staff were amazing and so hospitable!! We were led into the room and we felt at ease straight away!! The hour flew by and the massage was so relaxing!! It set us up for a busy day in newcastle!! The Staff were fantastic and it was a great experience as a couple to get those aches and pains relieved!!! Worth every penny!!! Would recommend this to anyone to have an intimate relaxing start to your trip!!
Booked a function in a lovely room on a Saturday night, all very nicely decorated! All staff were nice and accommodating with pretty much everything! Unfortunately they didn’t have as much furniture as we’d like but that was the only slight negative. Would massively recommend this to anyone wanting a great night out with house music! Was nice and busy too!
The most beautiful castle we explored. The grounds are expansive, and so lovely. It’s location of Loch Ness is absolutely divine. We could have spent all day exploring the ruins and the grounds. Definitely visit, it is well worth it, esp if you like beautiful scenery. Word to the wise, the parking lot gets very crowded, as does the gift shop.
This hotel is a short walk from the rail station and the Triangle Buildings. The rooms are clean and comfortable though the ones on Hills Road can suffer from traffic noise. The restaurant has an interesting and enjoyable menu.
The shop where I bought my bottled beers while visiting St Andrews for a fortnight. Far the best beer shop in town, though it is more devoted to wine than beer. In addition to a fair selection of Scottish beers, they also provide a few bottles from England, Belgium, Germany and USA. Friendly sales staff. The Central Bar is just on the opposite side of the street.
There’s plenty of parking around the centre which costs 50p per hour which isn’t too bad considering large towns/cities in Scotland do have parking charges. Not only can you visit the designer outlet but also the indoor town centre so it’s shopping galore! The outlet is fully indoors and well laid out in a rectangle shape. There’s plenty of clothes shops, Cadbury’s shop, homewares, The Works etc. The Vue cinema is upstairs. Plenty to do here for a few hours.