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Featuring a garden, Burntisland House Hotel is located in Burntisland in the Fife region, 3 km from Silver Sands Beach. This 4-star hotel offers luggage storage space. Wonderful location right on Fife Coastal Path,large clean room, breakfast options and extremely helpful staff. Pizza shop next door was great and Novelli’s ice cream down the street was awesome.
Providing views of the Firth of Forth, Bay and Bridge in Dalgety Bay features accommodation, a garden and a terrace. We really ejoyed the spacious room, modern new attached bathroom, and the breathtaking expansive views of the bay! Chris also was very gracious to keep our reservation despite our communication issues and helped us with a dinner reservation at Louie Browns.
Boutique Coastal appt nr Edinburgh is located in Saint Davids and offers a restaurant. Stunning flat in an amazing location. The facilities were outstanding as was the decor and attention to detail. This place has been finished to a very high standard. Julie was very welcoming, friendly and accommodating, lovely host! Great for Edinburgh too, walks and beaches near by. Co op just up the road. I felt really at home here and was sad to leave! Thanks Julie you have something special
Offering free WiFi and garden views, Dalgety Bay Luxury Studio Apartment is an accommodation located in Saint Davids. The apartment features river views and is 50 km from St Andrews. Was absolutely immaculate! So lovely and very modern, really comfortable bed and it was just great
The hotel was clean and The Staff where lovely the only problem was wee could not sit in the bar to have a drink as the tables were all booked for food So wee had to leave the hotel to go and have a drink Then come back to our room until it was time for us to go down for our meal we found it very inconvenient and strange as most off the tables where booked for locals .
Aberdour is small and easy to get round though there is a steep walk to the harbour. There are several interesting gift and art shops as well as enough eating places to keep you going during the day and in the evening. The library advertises events which visitors can join in with, for example while I stayed there was a talk about the Lewis Chessmen, followed by refreshments and craft sales. The railway station is on the main line to Edinburgh and there are also good bus services to north and south of the town for visitors without their own transport. It is a beautiful town with short walks on lovely coastal and country routes.
Beautiful place to visit. Very friendly. Loved the castle. The Aberdour Hotel served great food and was an excellent place to stay. The Green Witch shop was excellent too, could have spent a fortune in there. The Foresters Arms was a brilliant, friendly pub.
The food was definitely the best Evening meal menu had so much choice, as did the breakfast menu Just a shame that on our first night once e bar closed we heard everyone heading back to their rooms .. The walls are thin and doors being slammed! Great location just a 5 minute walk to the train station and only half an hour into Edinburgh
The proximity of the Fife Coastal Path allows for convenient access to scenic walks. There is an interesting castle here, that was used in 'Outlander'. If you want to visit Edinburgh, the train journey is 30 mins and the last train back is about 2300.
Dank Musty Badly Ventilated so-called superior room; More like “inferior” to be honest. Mattresses old. Carpet dirty and musty ... made my skin crawl. Staff ok. Breakfast nice. Overall v disappointing. Needs extra windows/new windows... new door, deep cleaning, better ventilation. V poor. :( +++
Everything. From start to finish.