St Andrews is a must-visit destination: from being a Scottish setting for Royal romance, to its famous West Sands beach which was immortalised in the Oscar-winning movie Chariots of Fire, it's Cathedral, aquarium and boutiques. Oh, and did we mentiongolf? Macdonald Rusacks Hotel is within a sand wedge of the 18th hole of the world-famous Old Course. Stylishly remodelled on a golfing theme, Macdonald Rusacks Hotel offers luxurious accommodation occupied by some of the great names in the game's history. Unquestionably Scotland's greatest golfing hotel, we even have a dedicated Golf Concierge so you won't miss a thing.
Macdonald Rusacks Hotel is delighted to bring youRocca Restaurant, our three AA Rosette restaurant which serves delectable Scottish dishes using thefinest producefrom local suppliers so you can enjoy exquisite dishes prepared by our team of passionate chefs. For a more relaxed dining experience, visitOne Under Gastro Pub, where you can catch all the live sport while enjoying a quiet drink or a delicious meal. R Baris an elegant spot to unwind with friends. Enjoy a glass of Champagne or try out our excellent whisky selection while taking in one of the most famous views in sport.
Whether you're in St Andrews to play golf, attend abusiness eventorwedding- Rusacks Hotel lets you do so in style, and with beautiful surroundings.
Check-in 3pm / Check-out 11am Fully accessible to wheelchair users Dogs welcome at a fee of £15 per pet per night Guide dogs are welcome for no additional fee Room service available 24 hours a day 23 complimentary parking spaces are available, parking is on a first come first served basis Free street parking also available adjacent to the hotel on The Links and Gibson Place
The five-star British Golf Museum sits at the very heart of golfs home, just 67 short yards from the famous Old Course. Taking on the challenge of a new course is one of the pleasures of golf. On the harbour front in picturesque Anstruther, in the very heart of the Fife fishing community, you'll be able to discover the fascinating story of fishing in Scotland at the Scottish Fisheries Museum.