Rufflets has been family owned since 1952, and today has the reputation for one of the highest quality country house hotels in Scotland. Nestled in 10 acres of award-winning gardens on the outskirts of St Andrews, Rufflets provides an idyllic backdrop for weddings, events or a perfect leisure break.
Family owned and managed since the 1950’s, Rufflets has been awarded AA Scottish Hotel of the Year 2015-2016, which makes sense given its beautiful grounds and gardens, 24 luxurious bedrooms, excellent cuisine combined with a laid back and relaxed atmosphere. The Terrace Restaurant offers the very best of modern Scottish cuisine made with local ingredients such as fresh seafood from the East Neuk of Fife as well as local beef and lamb, enhanced by our home-grown vegetables, fruits and herbs. The beaches, restaurants, historic buildings and golf courses in the centre of town are all no more than 5 minutes by car. All in all, a great place for an active or relaxing break filled with Scottish charm.
Rufflets is located to the West of St Andrews Town Centre. The nearest train station is Leuchars.
From the North via the Tay Road Bridge
Cross the Tay Road Bridge. Take the second exit signposted St Andrews. At the roundabout take the first exit and follow the A919 Guardbridge to St Andrews road. When you reach the roundabout in Guardbridge take the first exit, the A91 to St Andrews. Take the first junction to the right (next to the Fast & Fresh takeaway), following the tourist information signposts to Rufflets Hotel. At the top of the hill continue straight through the village of Strathkinness and down to the crossroads. Turn left onto the B939 and follow the Rufflets sign. Rufflets is 1.5 miles long this road on the right hand side.
From the South via the Forth Road Bridge
Cross the Forth Road Bridge onto the M90 and take exit 2A following the signs for Glenrothes, Tay Bridge A92. Go straight through the next three roundabouts on the A92. At the fourth roundabout (25 mile from the Forth Road Bridge) take the third exit (A914) to St Andrews and Cupar. Follow the road through Cupar and take the A91 to St Andrews. Carry on through Dairsie and Guardbridge and after the roundabout take the first turning on the right to Strathkinness following the tourist information signs to Rufflets as above.