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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 5
  • £30 - £55 per room per night

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The Golf is a listed 16th Century Coaching Inn in the picturesque village of Crail. It offers newly refurbished en-suite bedrooms, lounge bar, dining room, public bar and garden restaurant.

The Golf Hotel is a quality hotel, bar and restaurant in a 16th century Grade A listed building, perfect for a relaxing weekend away or golfing holiday. Situated in the picturesque village of Crail and with fantastic facilities and great food, visit us to wind down or for a weekend getaway.

We offer newly refurbished interiors, en-suite bedrooms a lounge bar, and garden restaurant. Food is served all day with breakfast, morning coffee, afternoon tea, light snacks, lunch, high tea and dinner. Our historic lounge bar serves a wide range of drinks and snacks, and a fine selection of single malt whiskey.

We offer excellent rates for bed and breakfast at our hotel in Crail. All rooms are en-suite and fully equipped with power showers and modern fittings. All rooms come with tea and coffee making facilities, a flat screen TV, and free WiFi. Cots are available on request and we have a separate bathroom available with baby changing facilities.

Our restaurant is now in the CAMRA real ale and food guide for 2015, and it's no surprise as we offer locally caught fresh seafood and locally sourced meat cooked by our skilled chefs, alongside a fantastic selection of fine real ales and single malt whiskey.

Popular with locals and guests alike, our restaurant offers a warm and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy our highly-acclaimed food. From fish, lobster and crab to tender beef from the local butchers and home-baked cakes, scones and pancakes, our restaurant serves everything you could want at dinner, daytime and high tea.

For golfers, Crail has two links courses and is perfectly situated for a trip to 'the home of golf', St Andrews. If you're simply looking to relax, the scenic coastal paths offer a fantastic opportunity to explore the stunning eastern coastline of Scotland.

Ratings

  • B&B AA 4 Star
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Twin En-Suite 

    Twin Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £60 - £90 per room per night

A well appointed twin room with en-suite bathroom. Facilities include an iPod dock, kettle, DVD player, free toiletries, TV, alarm clock and free WiFi. All rooms include breakfast.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £60 - £90 per room per night

A well appointed double room with en-suite bathroom. Facilities include an iPod dock, kettle, DVD player, free toiletries, TV, alarm clock and free WiFi. All rooms include breakfast.

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