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The Rbar

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The Rbar

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9 Pilmour Links, St. Andrews KY16 9JG Scotland
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St Andrews Ghost Tours - Private Tours Only
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St Andrews Ghost Tours - Private Tours Only

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On this Private Tour, you can stroll along the town's medieval streets and discover a wealth of lesser-known history and details of paranormal sightings. Visit sites including the colleges of Scotland’s first university, Queen Mary's House, the ruined cathedral, Haunted Tower, and Bishops' Palace, with its picturesque views over the North Sea. Afterward, enjoy discounts at local restaurants.
$19.39 per adult
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gbmav wrote a review Aug 2018
Earley, United Kingdom141 contributions32 helpful votes
Popped in during the afternoon had a nice drink and superb views over the course Staff very attentive, and table snacks good, bit pricey but worth it as a bit different and away from the bustle outside
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Date of experience: August 2018
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paterson5 wrote a review Aug 2018
Dundee, United Kingdom297 contributions113 helpful votes
Called in here today using an Itison voucher for G&T battered fish and chips along with an Eden gin. Food was superb. Extremely busy but great service and loads of atmosphere. Well worth a visit and will come back again when in StAndrews
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Date of experience: August 2018
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fishinwater wrote a review Jun 2018
Chatswood, Australia1,654 contributions324 helpful votes
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This bar is part of the MacDonald Hotel in St Andrews and has a great open glass view of the 17 and 18th holes at the famous St Andrews golf course. Whilst enjoying drinks and nibbles from the comfy lounge chairs you can watch the rounds of golfers walk by and hit their way to the 18th hole. You are right near the famous stone bridge as you walk to the last hole. A nice location with professional staff to attend to you. Limited selection of wines but there were plenty of whiskeys, gins etc. Not cheap but given the location, understandable.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Allan W wrote a review Jun 2017
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After eating out, we decided to have a night cap at the rbar before calling it a night. The drinks were slightly overpriced but the staff more than made up for it. Zoe especially ensured a pleasant visit.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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GeeGeesFife wrote a review Apr 2017
Leven, United Kingdom118 contributions125 helpful votes
We had afternoon tea here 2 years before and although it was expensive it really was beautiful and the service was impeccable. My parents also honeymooned here in 1960 so for my mother, it is a very special place. I booked a table for afternoon tea as a treat for mum on Mother's Day. We arrived promptly and made our way to the bar area where we were served last time and were immediately told to make our way to the restaurant. We entered the restaurant and were told by a the waiter (who was on his mobile phone) to return to the bar and he would collect us when ready. We waited and waited and eventually made our way back to the restaurant. Nobody came to collect us. We were shown to a table next to the kitchen when everyone else sat by the window. The price quoted was more expensive than the website but I didn't want to embarrass mum by querying this. After about a further 25 minute wait the afternoon tea came and it was pitiful. How they could charge the amount they did for what was offered was shameful. I paid over £80.00 for two pots of tea, some tiny soggy sandwiches, a very small selection of cakes which were not very nice and 3 scones with some cream and not forgetting a soft drink each we were forced to order as we were waiting in another area for service that never came. To say we were disappointed is an understatement. I paid the bill and left. My mother was very upset. My daughter later phoned the hotel to lodge a complaint and spoke to the Restaurant Manager who said he would call her back in a few days. She is still waiting on the return call. I won't hold my breath as it was supposed to come over a week ago. I wanted to let the hotel deal with the complaint but they haven't, hence the review. I expected much better from this place.
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