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A really enjoyable experience


…Our rooms were comfortably furnished and very large and the bathrooms were clean and we loved the underfloor heating. We were made very welcome by the owners and the smoked salmon and scrambled eggs were delicious. As good as any 4 star hotel.


St Andrews is a Mecca for Golfers from all over the globe but there's plenty to do that don't involve a little white ball! All the same, telling your friends you have played The Old Course at St Andrews is pretty impressive!

Just a short drive away (sorry - couldn't resist the pun!), Kirkcaldy Golf Club is a parkland course designed in 1904 by the famous Tom Morris, but there are dozens of courses in the Kirkcaldy area to challenge golfers of all abilities.

Fife has a wealth of historic buildings, castles and monuments to see, such as Ravenscraig Castle, Hill of Tarvitt Mansion house, and Kellie Castle.

If aquatic life is of interest, a visit to the St Andrews Aquarium or Deep Sea World in North Queensferry is a "must see". Cluny Clays Shooting and Archery Centre, will allow you to try your hand at off-road four wheel driving, shooting and golf.

Dunedin is near the Fife coastal Path with over 110 miles of walking and cycling routes through some of the most breathtaking scenery in Fife. Keep your eyes peeled and you might just see some seals and their pups basking on the rocks.You could also take a boat trip out to the Isle of May.

Edinburgh, with its cosmopolitan atmosphere is an easy drive but we reccomend taking the train journey along Fife's rugged and pretty coastline that offer some spectacular views. This 35 – 40 minute trip will take you over the famous Forth Rail Bridge and on into Edinburgh’s famous Princes Street.

There are loads to see and do in the area and if you want information on Fife's hidden gems just ask Yvonne - she knows everything!


DUNEDIN, 25 Townsend Place, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1HB
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