Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified ReviewsThey paid and stayed. We double-checked.
for Everyoneby Cathy from St Andrews
Luxury in St Andrews at an affordable pricePosted Jun 10, 2013
Pros: Location , wonderful gardens and great room
Location: Ideally situated close to St Andrews, but near enough to Cupar where I also needed to go
Great experience from checkin to checking out. Nothing was too much trouble, lovely surroundings and great staff.
for Couplesby Nicky S from Edinburgh
Excellent hotel!Posted Mar 13, 2013 on Hotels
I booked double/twin room via this website, and phoned hotel afterwards to ensure that we had been allocated a double. We thorougly enjoyed our stay. Lovely room (Rm 8), spacious with large bathroom, particularly the bath... not jacuzzi though! The breakfast was fantastic (good choice on cold buffet, hot food brought to you direct from the kitchen), though we found dinner expensive. Good food, just overpriced. On our 2nd night we booked The Peat Inn which I'd also recommend!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Feb 24, 2013 on Hotels
The actual town of St. Andrews is very small and can be "toured" in about an hour. This LOVELY bed and breakfast is slightly outside of the town, but totally worth it for the service, charm and comfort. I would return there in a heartbeat! They put a bed warmer under your down comforter at night while you're at dinner, so that when you get into bed, it's toasty warm. Other B&B's in the area had extremely uncomfortable mattresses in comparison
Recommendedby A verified traveler from lincolnshire (but originally irish)
great for weekend getaway for couplesPosted Jan 2, 2012 on Hotels
Had only one night stay as visiting Edinburgh for new years so thought to see st. Andrews first. Location is nice, but isolated. Defo need car if yr staying there as its good drive outside st. Andrews. The staff were helpful, polite, the spread they put out for us was nice (great shortbread for example) and when we showed up to breakfast 45 mins late, they were clearing continental but let us have that rather than nothing. Having worked in hotels, this was great!! Menu looked amazing, regret not having dinner in hotel as restaurant in town was terrible & the cooked breakfast menu looked great too (which we missed). Will pay attention to meal times when back again!! Had nice stay. Even my high maintenance partner liked it, has great character. Some stains & paint cracks in our room, otherwise spectacular!!
for Familiesby A verified traveler from New Jersey
Charming and tastefulPosted Apr 23, 2011
Rufflets is understandably a top hotel in St. Andrews. While slightly pricey, it has old fashioned charm and elegance, having once been a spacious manor home. Many rooms have since been added, but the lobby and furnishings still scream old manor house. Our room was on the end, so rather large with a balcony overlooking beautiful gardens and the bathroom was enormous with a jacuzzi tub as well as a shower. Loved our room, but the beds were like rocks. We somehow became accustomed to them, but that would be my only criticism. Breakfast was fabulous. The dinner was not to my liking, but then again, Scottish cuisine takes some getting used to. The staff was wonderful.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Aytr, Scotland
RuffletsPosted May 16, 2010 on Hotels
Excellent hotel in a very pleasant location and close to St Andrews and its many sights. We also had dinner in the hotel which was excellent
for Couplesby A verified traveler from dumfries
great couple of daysPosted Apr 18, 2010
hotel was excellent - friendly staff, comfortable clean room and great food
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New York
Nice little placePosted Dec 9, 2009
I stayed at the Rufflets in Sept. 09 while visiting my son at the University of St. Andrews. The hotel is about 3-4 miles from town--too far to walk and there is no bus service. However, the desk can get a cab there in a jiffy. The hotel is quaint, clean, and friendly. The restaurant served a nice breakfast each day. The desk were very friendly and helpful. The room was modest, clean, and comfy. The grounds were very nice with a garden. A very nice little place.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Rains
not cheap but worth itPosted Nov 24, 2009 on Hotels
We have paid more for less, a nice restaurant, bar, garden, and attentive staff. Room was quite roomy and well supplied. Many hotels in UK are pretty small, not Ruffets, and we were happy with the value received.