Fife has one of the most beautiful coastlines in Britain with its string of ancient fishing villages and isolated rocky coves to popular sandy beaches.
In the attractive coastal town of KIRKCALDY we offer our two-bedroom Kirk View Apartment, an ideal central location from which to explore the 150 km of the Fife Coastal Path, with sections suitable for all age groups.
Or stay in the historic town of DUNFERMLINE, in our cosy two bedroom Carnegie Cottage, a traditional Victorian workers cottage dating from the late 19th century with many original features, or our one bedroom apartment. Our apartments in the ancient town of Dunfermline are just a few minutes walk to the historic quarter containing the famous abbey, extensive wooded parkland, gardens and play area.
Whether you decide to stay in Kirkcaldy or Dunfermline, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to nearby places to visit. Each town along the coast has its own character, like the picturesque old fishing villages of Crail, Anstruther, Pittenweem and Lower Largo with their atmospheric old stone harbours and piers laden with lobster pots. And the not to be missed medieval town of Culross , featured in several episodes of Outlander. Leven has its seaside golf courses, the adjacent Silverburn Park, even amusement arcades on the esplanade (as does Burntisland). Golfers are well catered for in Fife with over 50 courses, almost all open to visitors, while the coastal wildlife draws ornithologists, botanists and seal spotters.
Inland visit Loch Leven with its island castle in which Mary Queen of Scots was once imprisoned, Dollar Glen with Castle Campbell dominating the hillside, Falkland with its Palace and gardens, the Deer Centre at Cupar. Should you crave the city life there is also easy access by road and rail outside Fife to Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as Stirling with its castle to rival that of Edinburgh.
Abbot House, Maygate, Dunfermline