Boasting a choice of formal dining or something more casual, as well as a homely bar and beer garden, the building is a multi-storey adventure itself and decorated with an odd collection of oversized hourglasses, hidden-camera statues and eerie stained glass windows. And then of course there's the golf - starting at $20 including club hire in the Driving bay, to $28.40 to play 18 holes in the Simulator Room.
The decor at the Tap Inn is interesting and a little odd - in a good way.
The indoor beer garden houses one table where seating is suspended from chains in the ceiling, though those who suffer from motion sickness are probably a little better off sitting elsewhere in this cosy establishment, because the food is not to be missed.
The famous tapas offer something to everyone's taste, whether you prefer meat-free pan-fried haloumi with sweet peppers, or something more exotic like thai crocodile cakes. The seafood is beautifully prepared, light and full of flavour; best of all, there is something for all budgets. Wash it down with a bottle of beautiful wine or one of the many quality beers and ciders on tap.
For information on the opening hours of the different bars at the Tap Inn, see their website here. But whether you are just teeing off for the night, or having a long leisurely round with friends, you've just got to tell the caddy to take you to the Tap Inn.