Glen Malcolm Apartment, Central Dunfermline

3 Guests

1 Bedroom

2 Beds

3 Guests

1 Bedroom

2 Beds


Glen Malcolm Apartment in central Dunfermline, with one double bedroom is a cosy apartment ideal for a couple, but will sleep three with the addition of a single bed in the living room. The shower room/toilet is off the bedroom. Bed linen and towels are included in the price.

There is a large Living/Dining Room with sofas, table and chairs, free unlimited broadband with high speed WiFi in all rooms and a 40 inch Smart TV with Freeview.

There is a bijou kitchenette with fridge/freezer, kettle, coffee maker and microwave for heating up ready made meals - no conventional oven or hob, and also includes a washing machine/dryer so you can travel light.

Heating and electricity are included in the price.

There is free easy parking on quiet 20 mph limited residential road in front of apartment.

It is just a few minutes walk to the town centre, shops and restaurants, bus/coach station, historic sites, beautiful parkland and country walks.

No hidden extras - the prices advertised are what you pay.


It is located in a  quiet residential area just a few minutes walk to the historic quarter with its abbey and palace ruins, and the fantastic Pittencrieff Park, The Glen as it is known locally, with its woodland walks, glasshouse, formal gardens, and huge childrens' play parks, the first phase opened by Queen Elizabeth, and the second all inclusive phase by Nicola Sturgeon in 2018. Also just minutes to the town with its restaurants, retail therapy, theatres, museums swimming pool, bus/coach station. Easy access to the coastal path and country walks and local golf courses.

Pilgrim Way   

For walkers, especially those interested in exploring ancient religious sites, Dunfermline is located on the Fife Pilgrim Way,  a Scottish 64 mile long distance footpath officially opened by former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown in July 2019 that runs inland through Fife, from Culross and North Queensferry via Dunfermline to St Andrews, following the route taken by medieval pilgrims to the cathedral of St Andrews. See Ian Bradley's book The Fife Pilgrim Way. Why not try the 9 mile section beween Dunfermline and Culross, getting the bus either there or back.

Fife Coastal Path

Or you may prefer the Fife Coastal Path with its string of picturesque fishing villages and wonderful coastline, brimming with birdlife.

Cyclists are also well catered for with the off-road cycle route (Number 764) through attractive countryside from Dunfermline to Clackmannan starting about two hundred yards from the cottage, also good for walking.​

Lots of ideas for walkers on www.fifewalking.com .

Home highlights


Wireless Broadband Internet


Living room

Dining area of living room

Living room with TV and WiFi

Living room with kitchenette in distance

Double bedroom with pleasant view over gardens

Bedroom with adjacent shower room



Smoking not allowed, Unsuitable for elderly or infirm and Wheelchair inaccessible

Parking & facilities


Kitchen & dining

Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Kitchenette, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster and Vacuum cleaner

Internet & office

Wireless Broadband Internet


TV (Antenna)

Heating & cooling

Electric heating

Bathroom & laundry

Clothes dryer, Bathroom & Laundry, Iron & Board, Washing machine, Hair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel-set, Washbasin and Bed linen

Home Safety

Smoke Detector

House Rules

Smoking not allowed

Unsuitable for elderly or infirm

Wheelchair inaccessible

Check in: 04:00 PM

Check out: 10:00 AM


95 Grieve Street , Dunfermline, United Kingdom


Policy and notes


October 2022


About host


Trevor Smith

Contact us

Email: trevorsmith@gmx.co.uk