We enjoyed our stay very much at this quaint country inn. It has clean, quiet rooms with attached bathroom, wifi (spotty) and satellite TV. The wifi was a bit spotty. Even though rebuilt in the sixties, the inn has that turn-of-the century British ambiance, resembling Government House in Regina, Saskatchewan. We got the exclusive room package which included not only the generous breakfast but also the eight course mystery tasting evening meal. We were wondering what to expect, but we ordered a Pinot Grigio from the extensive wine list in hopes of getting seafood. We were not disappointed. As shown in the attached pictures, we started with fresh oysters on the half shell, scallops, fillet of sole with tempura vegetable, granita palate cleanser, pork belly with sweet potato, then switched to a Merlot for the filet of steak with vegetables and Béarnaise sauce, and finished with a sticky toffee pudding with brandy sauce. The meal took over an hour to serve by the the efficient Paula and assistants. We spent the morning walking around the village St. Andrews-by-the-Sea checking out the after Christmas sales. It was a very pleasant two day excursion.