Agnes Blackadder Hall
Located on the North Haugh, Agnes Blackadder Hall is a great base from which to explore St Andrews, and the town's award-winning beaches and world-famous links courses.
The hall is about a 20-minute walk from the centre of town and local amenities. There are regular buses to the town centre.
Rates for 2024
Bookings are available from Saturday 25 May to Saturday 31 August 2024.
Accommodation in this hall is available as part of the residential conference packages.
All rooms are en suite.
Rates include VAT and are per room, per night.
Bed and breakfast
- Double bed single occupancy: £100
- Double bed double occupancy: £120
- Two double beds in twin/family room: £145
Information before you arrive
- check-in time: 3pm
- check-out time: 10am.
If you need to check in early, and your room is ready, residence staff will do their best to accommodate you. Email email@example.com or phone +44 (0)1334 46 7000 to ask about early check-in and late checkout.
All bedrooms at Agnes Blackadder Hall include the following:
- double bed (4ft 6in wide)
- en suite shower room and toiletries
- towels and bed linen
- desk and study chair
- Wi-Fi via BT Wi-Fi
- tea and coffee-making facilities
The following items are available to request from reception:
- iron and ironing board
- travel cots (please enquire at the time of booking, bed linen is not provided for cots)
Free car parking spaces are available at Agnes Blackadder Hall. Information regarding the accessibility of Agnes Blackadder Hall is available on Accessibility Guides.
A very comfortable room and the most pleasant and helpful staff.
Breakfast was superb, and the welcome when we arrived was excellent. Great location too, and with parking.
Friendly staff and great location for the golf and the local town. Breakfast set up was clean, tidy, well organised and catered for everybody.
Fabulous time, wonderful people, Great University, and close proximity to everything in town. We really enjoyed our stay…thank you.
Helpful and patient personnel. It is very important for foreign visitors with poor skills in English. Facilities for tea became a pleasant surprise.
I came for my daughter’s graduation at the University of St Andrews. The staff were exceptional in helping me find my way about the campus and the accommodation and food were excellent.
It’s hard to choose one thing. The breakfasts were absolutely amazing. The peaceful lobby area, where one could read and meet friends. The café-pub in the evening was nice. The room itself was impeccably clean, comfortable, quiet, and perfect for my needs.