Falkland, Fife, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Falkland

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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceFountain House comfortably sleeps up to six adults and two children. The house has been newly renovated and decorated as of summer 2012. The open plan living/dining area has an exposed stone fireplace and wood burning stove. There is also a lovely private back garden with seating area with a view of the village church and Lomond Hill. Guest AccessAmenities include underfloor heating and electric shower in bathroom, fully equipped kitchen with cooker, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, TV and Broadband Internet, and wardrobes and/or chest of drawers in all four bedrooms. There is convenient parking in front or back of house. The NeighborhoodFalkland is a quaint town situated at the foot of East Lomond Hill in the heart of the Kingdom of Fife in Scotland. A former royal burgh, Falkland’s unique charm and history are the reason it was the very first conservation village in Scotland. As “Undiscovered Scotland” states, there are few other villages in the country quite so rich in wonderful old buildings. Many houses in Falkland are over 300 years old and 28 buildings are listed with the National Trust. The medieval design of the town is made up of a high street and narrow cross wynds now full of life with traditional shops, restaurants, pubs, hotels and lodges. The most remarkable of the historic buildings is Falkland Palace, only just down the road from Fountain House. Built by James IV and James V between 1450 and 1541, the Palace was a country residence of the Stuart monarchs of Scotland for over 200 years. The twin-towered gatehouse overlooks the High Street at the center of the village. Fountain House sits beside the Bruce Fountain, the church and town square. Falkland is also home to Britain's oldest tennis court built in 1539 and a nine-hole golf course. Falkland Estate offers many forest trails and cycle paths. A swing park for children and a lovely stream is only a few minutes’ walk from Fountain House. Getting AroundNearest airport: Edinburgh 57 km, Nearest railway: Markinsh 10 km Other Things to NoteFalkland is also a perfect base for many lovely day trips. A half hour drive will take you to St. Andrews and the charming fishing villages of East Neuk, such as Crail, Elie, Ansthruther and Pittenweem. Edinburgh, Perth, Glasgow and Stirling are under a one-hour drive away. Trains and buses are also easily available from near by Markinsh and Kirkcaldy. Listed on TripAdvisor
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6br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA large 6 bedroomed house, with 5 public rooms and 5 bathrooms, ideal for families and large groups. Ladywell House sits in an acre of walled garden, and is surrounded by hundreds of acres of farmland. Safe, secure and peaceful, but only 10 mins walk from the middle of the historic village, famous for the Palace. Beautifully furnished, superbly well-equipped, and warm and comfortable. Guest AccessAll public areas, the walled garden with BBQ, and a sunny patio with patio furniture and plenty of parking Interaction with GuestsI live in a steading nearby and am available to assist and make recommendations. The NeighborhoodA lovely rural location within farmland, with all of amenities of the village nearby. Stunning scenery, lovely walks and access to the hills. Close to St Andrews, Edinburgh, Dundee and Perth, all within 40 minutes drive. 50 golf courses within 30 miles. Getting AroundBuses run to 150 m away, and train station 4 miles away at Markinch. Other Things to NoteLadywell House was formerly the home of Francis Shand Kydd, and visited by Diana and the Princes William and Harry, the 200 year old house is steeped in history.
Home/Apartment
6br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceLarge and Elegant country house with accommodation for 14 in 6 bedrooms with 5 bathrooms and a ground-floor wc. 5 spacious public rooms including a kitchen with AGA, dining conservatory, elegant Drawing Room, Dining room and tv room. There is a large garden with patio, table and chairs, and a gas BBQ. Guest AccessKitchen with AGA, Laundry and drying rooms, dining conservatory, Drawing Room with open fire, dining room to seat 12, and a comfortable tv room. Interaction with GuestsMeet and greet. Available on site. The NeighborhoodPeaceful, quiet and pretty, the house sits on the edge of the historic village of Falkland, and is surrounded by hundreds of acres of farmland. Close to St Andrews, Perth, Stirling, Dundee and Edinburgh Getting AroundBuses to 100 metres of the house, Markinch train station 3 miles away, and Edinburgh airport 35 minutes
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Excellent
33 reviews
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The SpaceGood size twin room that can be for single occupancy. Large bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Room opens out onto decking overlooking the garden with views of Falkland Palace. Guest AccessPrivate lounge with plenty of reading material, games, digital radio and TV Interaction with Guests- This room is part of a residential house. - Dinner is not provided but there are seven eating establishments within the village, no more than 300/400 metres from the house. - Breakfast is provided in the family dining room. The NeighborhoodFalkland Palace was the former summer residence of the House of Stewart used for hunting in the Howe of Fife. The property is run by The National Trust and is open from March to October. Falkland estate is open to all those who enjoy the outdoors and the village is also renowned for the quality of it's craft shops. Getting Around- Plenty of roadside parking outside the house. - The village is served by a regular bus service to Glenrothes, Cupar and Perth - Markinch railway station is only 5 minutes away by car on the main Aberdeen / Dundee / Edinburgh line. Pick-ups can be arranged. - Edinburgh airport is about 45 minutes drive. Other Things to NoteWe are happy to welcome cyclists, we can store bikes overnight securely. Use of Washing Machine / Dryer available at small additional charge.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis mid terraced home dates back to 1600, with 'The Old Maltings' being converted in 1997. The Old Maltings was once the private distillery to Falkland Palace, just a mile away.... Spacious and contemporary, the property forms part of a small courtyard development and enjoys great views over the countryside and the Lomond Hills. The property is on 3 levels, with utility room on the ground floor; kitchen, dining/living room, single bedroom and WC on the first floor, and 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom on the top floor. If you are part of a group, why not look at our other 2 listings and have the top floor to yourself? This is a perfect golfers retreat, wiithin striking distance to Gleneagles and St Andrews Old course! Ladybank and Leven are on your doorstep. The Royal Mint is a comfortable master bedroom with a wardrobe, en suite shower room and views onto the countryside. There's an aqua theme here... offering you a waterbed (minimal movement - water settles after .5 seconds - so not jarring and very comfortable!). This is a great location for golfing holidays! For Golfing details, whiz half way down this listing.... Also great for professional couples wanting to attend music festivals, including T in the Park in Balado and the Big Tent in Falkland. You can also enjoy a healthy mix of art, culture and golf should you come in the summertime when Edinburgh Festivals are well underway... Edinburgh Summer Festival runs from June - September, including International Film, Jazz and Blues, the Arts Festival, Fringe, International Festival, Book Festival, and Edinburgh Mela. ABOUT THE LOCAL AREA Newton of Falkland is a charming rural hamlet located 1 mile from Falkland. Falkland, is a beautiful historic town with extensive grounds. Sites to see include: Falkland Palace and grounds. There are lovely long walks on the estate which include forest, streams and a climb to the top of Lomond Hills for great views of Fife and beyond. Cycling on the estate or around Loch Leven. Very unique gift shops, inc. the Cottage Craft Centre, Fayre Earth and the National Trust. Beautiful walk and dinner at the Balbirnie House and estate, a delightful 18th century Georgian mansion nestled amidst 400 acres of rolling parkland in the heart of Fife. Alternatively, quiet drink at the Wine Bar in Falkland or good pub grub at one of the oldest pubs in Scotland, the Stagg Inn, where you can still get beer made with 1850s recipes. THINGS TO DO NEARBY St Andrews, Gleneagles, Perth and Dundee are approx 30 mins. Edinburgh Airport is within 1hr drive and railway station in nearby Ladybank. Stunning seaside views in St Andrews. Visit the Pier and West Sands, where the opening scene of Chariotts of Fire was filmed. Enjoy medieval architecture and bespoke shops. Great selection of fresh Scottish fish, Thai, Japanese and Italian restaurants. For walkers, there's a healthy mix of coastline walks and hills in either direction including: coastal walk from Crail to Elie, taking in the unique character of historic fishing villages Pittenweem, Anstruther, St Monans and Cellardyke. Expensive, but exquisite dinner at the Cellar, Anstruther. Frequented by HOLLYWOOD STARS during the golf season, inc. Samuel Jackson and Tom Hanks. Munro bagging in Pitlochry and Blair Atholl. Don't miss homemade food at a working Water Mill in Blair Atholl, or excellent fish platter at the House of Bruar, the Harrods of Scotland. Stunning remote landscape of GlenCova Forfar way, where you can 'bag' a few more munroes. FOR GOLFERS, THERE IS: The Old Course, St Andrews, purported being the home of golf, and where the Open and Dunn Hill Cup are held. Pitreavie (Dunfermline) Golf Club, Fife, Scotland (1922): A tremendous parkland course and tricky test with many key MacKenzie trademarks throughout. A short drive from the world famous St. Andrews. The Portland Course at the Royal Troon Golf Club, in Troon, Scotland. A worthy and challenging companion to the Old Course, the many-times Open Championship site. Leven and Ladybank are used for "Open Championship" qualifying rounds when the Open is at St. Andrews. Carnoustie St. Andrews (New) North Berwick (West) Killin Kinghorn Golf Club Dunnikier Park Golf Club Longniddry Golf Club Scotscraig Golf Club Whitekirk Golf & Country Club Blairgowrie (Rosemount) Dunbar Prestonfield Golf Club Crail - Balcomie Craigielaw Scoonie Golf Club Cowdenbeath Golf Club Downfield Golf Club Fairmont Glenrothes Golf Club The Musselburgh Golf Club Guest AccessAll of 3 double bedrooms upstairs: master waterbed with en-suite shower; 2 double bedrooms with access to family bathroom and jacuzzi bath; and 4th room, complete with double daybed (with memory foam topper) and WC. Full access to kitchen with modern appliances. Dining lounge with large flat screen TV and DVD. Guests have access to 2 parking spaces in front of the house and the courtyard for evening drinks in the later summer nights… Utility room with a washer dryer. NO access to my glass studio on the ground floor. Interaction with GuestsI will come round regularly during your stay to ensure you have everything you need. The NeighborhoodThe House is set in a beautiful, private courtyard. Feels like the south of France in the heart of Scotland! Getting AroundRecommend guests have a car. This location is central, a springboard to cities, countryside and beaches.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceMaspie House Gallery now offers visitors the opportunity to stay in our unique and delightful cottage, set in the gardens of Maspie House. The 17th century cottage sits to the rear of the Gallery, overlooking the orchards of Falkland Palace. A tumble-down ruin for many years, it has undergone a complete rebuild and is transformed into elegant B&B accommodation. Many original features of the old cottage will be retained on the outside, whilst on the inside, guests can relax in a modern, warm and welcoming retreat with sitting room, two twin bedrooms and bathroom. Guest AccessGuests will have full access to the cottage. Off street parking available. Private gated entrance Interaction with GuestsGuests will be greeted and shown round on arrival. Host will be present throughout your stay - either in the gallery or Maspie House itself The NeighborhoodScotland's first conservation village is best known as the location of Falkland Palace, begun in 1500 by James IV, and the best example of French-influenced Renaissance architecture in the United Kingdom. The palace was built to accommodate the royal Court when they came to Falkland to hunt in the nearby forests; Mary, Queen of Scots, was a frequent visitor. As at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, a fire broke out during the occupation of the buildings by Oliver Cromwell's troops. The fire in 1654 destroyed the East Range. The Court never returned to Falkland Palace after 1665 and until the 19th century the village and palace were neglected. In the late 19th century extensive rebuilding and restoration work began. Today the palace and gardens are open to the public through the National Trust for Scotland. In October 2013 filming for the US science fiction series 'Outlander' transformed the village in appearance to film scenes set in the second world war Falkland Estate is great for walking and cycling Getting AroundCoast/Beach Beaches within 30 minutes include Aberdour, Leven, Crail, Elie, St Andrews Golf 50 golf-courses within 30 miles, Falkland Golf Course 10 minutes walk, Ladybank (Open Qualifying course 10 mins drive) Leven, Crail, St Andrews etc all close by. How to get there 35 minutes from Edinburgh and Dundee airports. Train station at Markinch, 10 minutes drive, and buses to Falkland (200 yards). Car recommended. Distances Falkland 0 yards, Glenrothes and Cupar 6 miles, Dundee, Perth and St Andrews 35 minutes, and Edinburgh 40 minutes drive. Knockhillracing circuit 35 mins. Further Details Shops available in Falkland, including PO and general store, craft shops, bank, hairdresser, beauty salon, 4 pus/restaurants, tea rooms and an hotel. Other Things to NoteThe Ruin will only be rented to one 'party' per night and can accommodate 4 people. Couple £95 per night, Party of 3/4 - £160 per night. Minimum two night stay. Continental Breakfast.
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3br house
  • Pets Allowed
This terraced cottage is located in the small village of Newton of Falkland, near the small town of Falkland, sleeping 6 people in 3 bedrooms. Brook Cottage is a terraced cottage in the hamlet of Newton of Falkland, near the town of Falkland in Fife, Scotland. The cottage sleeps six people in three lower ground floor bedrooms - a king-size double, a double and a twin. On the ground floor is a bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. The living accommodation is also on the ground floor, including a fitted kitchen with dining area, a sitting room with woodburning stove and doors to the conservatory, and a snug room. Outside, off road parking is available for three cars and there is a rear decked area with furniture. With lovely countryside to enjoy around your cottage, and with the coast and towns such as Perth and St. Andrews easily accessible by car, Brook Cottage makes a great base for a holiday in this lovely part of Scotland. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburning stove in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Starter pack for woodburning stove available start of Sept. to end of March only, during other months fuel for stove can be purchased locally. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 3 cars. Rear enclosed decked area with furniture. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Licensed inn serving food 1 min walk. Shops and a further selection of pubs and restaurants 10 mins walk. Note: There are eleven steps from the ground floor level to the lower ground floor level. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: The small town of Falkland is a former royal burgh in Fife, Scotland, located at the bottom of the Lomond Hills. The town is home to the impressive Falkland Palace with its attractive gardens and original tennis court, now NT owned. Enjoy scenic walks in the Lomond Hills Regional Park, visit the Fife coast or try your hand at St. Andrews' golf course. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This terraced cottage is located in the small village of Newton of Falkland, near the small town of Falkland, sleeping 6 people in 3 bedrooms. Brook Cottage is a terraced cottage in the hamlet of Newton of Falkland, near the town of Falkland in Fife, Scotland. The cottage sleeps six people in three lower ground floor bedrooms - a king-size double, a double and a twin. On the ground floor is a bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. The living accommodation is also on the ground floor, including a fitted kitchen with dining area, a sitting room with woodburning stove and doors to the conservatory, and a snug room. Outside, off road parking is available for three cars and there is a rear decked area with furniture. With lovely countryside to enjoy around your cottage, and with the coast and towns such as Perth and St. Andrews easily accessible by car, Brook Cottage makes a great base for a holiday in this lovely part of Scotland. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburning stove in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Starter pack for woodburning stove available start of Sept. to end of March only, during other months fuel for stove can be purchased locally. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 3 cars. Rear enclosed decked area with furniture. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Licensed inn serving food 1 min walk. Shops and a further selection of pubs and restaurants 10 mins walk. Note: There are eleven steps from the ground floor level to the lower ground floor level. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: The small town of Falkland is a former royal burgh in Fife, Scotland, located at the bottom of the Lomond Hills. The town is home to the impressive Falkland Palace with its attractive gardens and original tennis court, now NT owned. Enjoy scenic walks in the Lomond Hills Regional Park, visit the Fife coast or try your hand at St. Andrews' golf course. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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3br cottage
    Fountain House is a self-catering holiday home, built circa 1690, nestled on the High Street of the historic village of Falkland. Enjoy a retreat in a picturesque location with many amenities and activities. Families and groups of six to eight will enjoy the comfort and charm of Fountain House. Fountain House comfortably sleeps up to six adults and two children. The house has been newly renovated and decorated as of summer 2012. The open plan living/dining area has an exposed stone fireplace and wood burning stove. There is also a lovely private back garden with seating area with a view of the village church and Lomond Hill. Amenities include underfloor heating and electric shower in bathroom, fully equipped kitchen with cooker, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, TV and Broadband Internet, and wardrobes and/or chest of drawers in all four bedrooms. There is convenient parking in front or back of house. Falkland is a quaint town situated at the foot of East Lomond Hill in the heart of the Kingdom of Fife in Scotland. A former royal burgh, Falkland’s unique charm and history are the reason it was the very first conservation village in Scotland. As “Undiscovered Scotland” states, there are few other villages in the country quite so rich in wonderful old buildings. Many houses in Falkland are over 300 years old and 28 buildings are listed with the National Trust. The medieval design of the town is made up of a high street and narrow cross wynds now full of life with traditional shops, restaurants, pubs, hotels and lodges. The most remarkable of the historic buildings is Falkland Palace, only just down the road from Fountain House. Built by James IV and James V between 1450 and 1541, the Palace was a country residence of the Stuart monarchs of Scotland for over 200 years. The twin-towered gatehouse overlooks the High Street at the center of the village. Fountain House sits beside the Bruce Fountain, the church and town square. Falkland is also home to Britain's oldest tennis court built in 1539 and a nine-hole golf course. Falkland Estate offers many forest trails and cycle paths. A swing park for children and a lovely stream is only a few minutes’ walk from Fountain House. Falkland is also a perfect base for many lovely day trips. A half hour drive will take you to St. Andrews and the charming fishing villages of East Neuk, such as Crail, Elie, Ansthruther and Pittenweem. Edinburgh, Perth, Glasgow and Stirling are under a one-hour drive away. Trains and buses are also easily available from near by Markinsh and Kirkcaldy. Listed on TripAdvisor
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    1br house
      This detached lodge is located near the village of Auchtermuchty and can sleep two people. Lodge is a detached cottage, 0.5 miles from the village of Auchtermuchty in Fife. The cottage sleeps two people in one zip/link super king-size bedroom, and also has a bathroom with roll-top bath, a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is off road parking for two cars, a front garden with furniture and shared use of owner's grounds with tennis court. Situated in the grounds of a castle, Lodge is a lovely romantic base for exploring this part of Scotland. Amenities: Biomass central heating with woodburning stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Front lawned garden with furniture. Shared use of owner's grounds with unfenced pond and free use of tennis court (please bring own tennis equipment). Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 8 mins walk. Note: There maybe some slight road noise at this lodge. Note: Children over 12 only. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Additional amenities include: tennis court, cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This detached lodge is located near the village of Auchtermuchty and can sleep two people. Lodge is a detached cottage, 0.5 miles from the village of Auchtermuchty in Fife. The cottage sleeps two people in one zip/link super king-size bedroom, and also has a bathroom with roll-top bath, a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is off road parking for two cars, a front garden with furniture and shared use of owner's grounds with tennis court. Situated in the grounds of a castle, Lodge is a lovely romantic base for exploring this part of Scotland. Amenities: Biomass central heating with woodburning stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Front lawned garden with furniture. Shared use of owner's grounds with unfenced pond and free use of tennis court (please bring own tennis equipment). Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 8 mins walk. Note: There maybe some slight road noise at this lodge. Note: Children over 12 only. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Additional amenities include: tennis court, cooker.
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      2br cottage
        FREE NETFLIX movies, Wii & Xbox at Courtside Falkland. Fancy fresh warm bread every morning? Test drive the new bread maker. We'll even provide the stuff to get you started! Cosy historic 1750's cottage brought bang up to date. Large lounge, Netflix, stove, Wet room, stair lift. Peat stove, double glazing and gas central heating ensures a cosy stay. Private parking. Private sunny patio & garden. 3 minute walk from village centre and pubs/restaurants and the amazing Falkland palace and gardens. Fab countryside for doddling, walking or cycling. Private south-facing patio and mature terraced garden. Child friendly with a stair and stove guard.. The property is also designed for the comfort of less mobile guests (but call us first please). Three pubs and a hotel provide good food and local entertainment close by. Shops, a pharmacy and bank also serve the village. GROUND FLOOR. Private parking area and access to front door. Bedroom 1 - King size double bed with en-suite showering facilities and WC.Bedroom 2 - Double bed with bunk above. Family wet room. WC and bidet. short stair (with electric stair lift) to - UPPER FLOOR, Large and light south facing open-plan eating and lounge area with peat burning stove.Electric leather riser/recliner arm chair provides comfort (great for less agile guests). Two new leather sofas (one providing further occasional sleeping space for two) Modern kitchen with large oak family table. Fibre broadband & WiFi. Netflix40" (SMART) Samsung, DAB, Bluetooth player. Current magazines, books and DVDs. French doors from lounge to southerly private patio and pleasantly stocked terraced garden. Swing and climbing frame.Views of mature treeline and hills to the South & West. Falkland skyline to the East. (special offers apply to non-discounted full week breaks only) A selection of local attractions are listed below with walking distances or approximate car journey times in brackets where applicable. Call us for more details Falkland Palace Gardens (300m). A real gem. Superb Renaissance architecture used by Scottish monarchy. Falkland Estate Walking, Cycle Routes (on the doorstep), Whisky distilleries - Tullibardine Distillery (40min), The Famous Grouse (40min), Wildlife - Bird Watching (on the doorstep & with a RSPB centre 20 mins by car. (Ospreys and Sea Eagles have been sighted at Vane Farm (Loch Leven) and Ballo). Check out Youtube, Scottish Deer Centre (20min),Birds of Prey, Karting, Gliding - Scottish Off Road Driving Centre (15 mins) Scottish Gliding Centre (20 mins), Bike Racing (30min). Golf - St Andrews (40min). East Neuk Courses (50min). Gleneagles (60min).Fishing. Shooting - Cluny Clay (30min). What Else? Fife Coastal Path walk (30 min). Road Cycling (doorstep). Mountain Biking (doorstep) (60min).
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        6br house
        • Pets Allowed
        A large and comfortable Georgian house built in 1806 as a manse, on the edge of the historic and beautiful village of Falkland, this property is ideal for families/groups who are seeking a peaceful venue within 40 minutes of St Andrews, Edinburgh and Perth. Set amongst 100s of acres of grazing land, and within an acre of walled garden the property has outside seating, a BBQ, swings and a trampoline. 10 minutes walk from the village of Falkland, built around the Palace, home to the early Stuart kings. This village was the first conservation village in Scotland, and has a bank, hairdressers, therapist, several craft shops, a village post office and store, an art gallery. There are 4 restaurants and 2 tea rooms. The house has 6 comfortable bedrooms, 5 beautifully appointed bathrooms, a downstairs loo, a kitchen/diner with AGA, a drawing room with open fire, a tv room with 50" flatscreen and dvd player, a dining room seating 12, and dining conservatory. Open-fires, full central heating, an AGA and electric blankets assure you warmth, even in the cooler Scottish evenings. Built in 1806 as a manse, and owned by Francis Shand Kydd from 1994 til her death in 2004, this property is steeped in history, and visited by Diana and her sons, the Prices William and Harry, We are within 30 miles of over 50 golf courses, so ideally located for golfers. Please advise us of your party size, and we will do our best to accommodate at a suitable rate.
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        Excellent
        7 reviews
        4br house
        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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        Excellent
        12 reviews
        6br house
          CONCIERGE An historic and elegant Country House on the edge of Falkland in Fife, Ladywell House is the perfect base for Central Scotland. The house is a former manse, built in 1806, and was, until her death, the home of Frances Shand Kydd, mother of the late Diana, Princess of Wales. Visited by Diana and her sons, Princes William and Harry, the house is steeped in Royal History. It is set within an acre of stunning walled garden and surrounded by hundreds of acres of famland. Beautiful views from every window, and tranquility make this a most comfortable 'home from home'. Complete with terrace, BBQ and large garden, it is perfect for families and groups. The house is large, and suitable for groups of up to 12 adults and 2 kids, with 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 5 public rooms. We are within 40 minutes of Edinburgh, Dundee, Perth and St Andrews, and there are over 50 golf courses within 30 minutes of the house. Beautiful villages and hills surround the picturesqe town of Falkland where Falkland Palace is a very important visitor attraction. Please contact us for details and availability. Shorter stays available from time to time - please let me know your plans, number of guests (children and adults) and we will do our best to accommodate you. Within 40 minutes of Perth, Dundee, Edinburgh and St Andrews, we are close to dozens of castles, visitor attractions and places of interest. We are within 30 miles of more than 50 golf-courses. within 5 minutes of Markinch railway station, and 10 minutes walk of the middle of Falkland.
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          Excellent
          11 reviews
          1br apt. / condo
            Self contained one bedroomed apartment in an historic setting,. Near Open Golf at St Andrews The village in North east Fife was used for the Outlander series (although the house is just out of shot). Next door to a traditional pub with folk music and close to Falkland Palace. Driveway parking. Good, cheap restaurants in village. 45 minutes from Edinburgh over Forth Road Bridge, or by rail from Markinch or Ladybank stations. but there is plenty to do in the immediate area. Beautiful woodland and hill walking country. Fully equipped kitchen - en-suite walk-in shower room. Decking and outside space. Falkland Palace was the childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots and the chapel has a stained glass window dedicated to her. It is one of the few references to her husband Henry Darnley as 'King Henry'. Those interested in history can follow her from her birth in Linlithgow Palace to her imprisonment on Loch Leven. It is a very fertile area and you can explore the many fruit farms and farm shops. Puddledub Pork is used in London restaurants,and is sold in . farm shops, but if you can find the farm itself the meat is very good value. Buy a newly caught lobster from Anstruther and bring it home to cook. If it is too big for any of the pots in the house, you can borrow one from the Stag Inn. Pick raspberries,buy ice cream in Cupar and call at the Pillars of Hercules (one of the most impressive delis you can find anywhere) to choose vegetables and herbs. The village is in the lee of the Lomond hills (East Lomond and West Lomond) and there are woodland walks in the Falkland Estate. t It has an impressive range of sports activities, including tennis courts, a cricket pitch, a bowling green, a golf course, and one of the very few places in the world where you can watch a game of 'real' tennis - the game of Henry V111 described as a mixture of squash and chess, The craft shops in Falkland are well worth a visit. and Bob Beveridge the owner of the violin next door will tell you stories as well as sell you interesting antiques (or a violin) . .
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            4br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceThis mid terraced home dates back to 1600, with 'The Old Maltings' being converted in 1997. The Old Maltings was once the private distillery to Falkland Palace, just a mile away.... we're central to world famous golf courses and an energetic arts scene, where the artists open their studio to visitors. Spacious and contemporary, the property forms part of a small courtyard development and enjoys great views over the countryside and the Lomond Hills. The property is on 3 levels, with utility room on the ground floor; kitchen, dining/living room, single bedroom and WC on the first floor, and 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom on the top floor. See (URL HIDDEN) for more information on what's to do in the area! The master bedroom, the LimeTree, has a very comfy heated waterbed and en-suite bathroom with power shower. The LemonTwist is a very comfortable and bright double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and views onto the countryside. LavenderMist is a double bedroom with built-in wardrobe and views of the courtyard and Lomond Hills. There's a single 4th bedroom on the 1st floor, and with the daybed (with thick memory foam toppers) opened up into a double bed, it can comfortably accommodate 2 people. All have shared access to the large family bathroom with 'Jacuzi' bath and WC on the 1st floor. Make yourself at home in the large dining kitchen - breakfast is lovely at the counter in the early hours looking onto the courtyard! For evening entertainment, there's the large dining table and lounge, complete with large flat screen surround sound TV and piano, if you feel so inclined... You can help yourself to the juicer (great for pressing apple ginger juice, then mulling afterwards...), blender (for smoothies) and waffle maker and cafetiere. This is a wonderful location for the Open, particularly for those distinguished guests who may want privacy during the Open. This is the home of a professional glass artist, with work held in the US and UK. My studio workshop space occupies a room and garage on the ground floor. Guests are more than welcome to learn about the process and discuss commissioning glass pieces at a discounted rate. I may respond to a booking enquiry, by requesting some daytime access to my studio, if that does not conflict with your travel plans. Access does not need to be through the main door. ABOUT THE LOCAL AREA Newton of Falkland is a charming rural hamlet located 1 mile from Falkland. Falkland, is a beautiful historic town with extensive grounds. Sites to see include: Falkland Palace and grounds. There are lovely long walks on the estate which include forest, streams and a climb to the top of Lomond Hills for great views of Fife and beyond. Cycling on the estate or around Loch Leven. Very unique gift shops, inc. the Cottage Craft Centre, Fayre Earth and the National Trust. Beautiful walk and dinner at the Balbirnie House and estate, a delightful 18th century Georgian mansion nestled amidst 400 acres of rolling parkland in the heart of Fife. Alternatively, quiet drink at the Wine Bar in Falkland or good pub grub at one of the oldest pubs in Scotland, the Stagg Inn, where you can still get beer made with 1850s recipes. THINGS TO DO NEARBY St Andrews, Gleneagles, Perth and Dundee are approx 30 mins. Edinburgh Airport is within 1hr drive and railway station in nearby Ladybank. Stunning seaside views in St Andrews. Visit the Pier and West Sands, where the opening scene of Chariotts of Fire was filmed. Enjoy medieval architecture and bespoke shops. Great selection of fresh Scottish fish, Thai, Japanese and Italian restaurants. For walkers, there's a healthy mix of coastline walks and hills in either direction including: coastal walk from Crail to Elie, taking in the unique character of historic fishing villages Pittenweem, Anstruther, St Monans and Cellardyke. Expensive, but exquisite dinner at the Cellar, Anstruther. Frequented by HOLLYWOOD STARS during the golf season, inc. Samuel Jackson and Tom Hanks. Munro bagging in Pitlochry and Blair Atholl. Don't miss homemade food at a working Water Mill in Blair Atholl, or excellent fish platter at the House of Bruar, the Harrods of Scotland. Stunning remote landscape of GlenCova Forfar way, where you can 'bag' a few more munroes. FOR GOLFERS, THERE IS: The Old Course, St Andrews, purported being the home of golf, and where the Open and Dunn Hill Cup are held. Pitreavie (Dunfermline) Golf Club, Fife, Scotland (1922): A tremendous parkland course and tricky test with many key MacKenzie trademarks throughout. A short drive from the world famous St. Andrews. The Portland Course at the Royal Troon Golf Club, in Troon, Scotland. A worthy and challenging companion to the Old Course, the many-times Open Championship site. Leven and Ladybank are used for "Open Championship" qualifying rounds when the Open is at St. Andrews. Carnoustie St. Andrews (New) North Berwick (West) Killin Kinghorn Golf Club Dunnikier Park Golf Club Longniddry Golf Club Scotscraig Golf Club Whitekirk Golf & Country Club Blairgowrie (Rosemount) Dunbar Prestonfield Golf Club Crail - Balcomie Craigielaw Scoonie Golf Club Cowdenbeath Golf Club Downfield Golf Club Fairmont Glenrothes Golf Club The Musselburgh Golf Club Guest AccessAll of 3 double bedrooms upstairs: master waterbed with en-suite shower; 2 double bedrooms with access to family bathroom and jacuzzi bath; and 4th room, complete with double daybed (with memory foam topper) and WC. Full access to kitchen with modern appliances. Dining lounge with large flat screen TV and DVD. Guests have access to 2 parking spaces in front of the house and the courtyard for evening drinks in the later summer nights… Utility room with a washer dryer. NO access to my glass studio on the ground floor. This includes studio and garage. Interaction with GuestsI will come round regularly during your stay to ensure you have everything you need. The NeighborhoodThe House is set in a beautiful, private courtyard. Feels like the south of France in the heart of Scotland! Getting AroundRecommend guests have a car. This location is central, a springboard to cities, countryside and beaches.
            Bedroom
            Excellent
            6 reviews
            Bedroom
            • Wifi
            • Breakfast
            • Parking
            The SpaceThe house has 2 double and a twin bedroom, with 3 bathrooms (one with bath, the others with showers.) A light open kitchen and eating space, overlooking the garden, complete with an Aga gives the heart of the home a warm and welcoming feeling. There are 2 sitting rooms with adjoining double doors, which can be opened to give one large entertaining space. We have an open fire place and the other room with a cast iron wood burning stove, with a large flat screen TV and concert grand piano. Downstairs we also have a lovely airy morning room, perfect for reading a book or cosying up on the sofa with a cup of coffee - or a dram. Guest AccessThere will be access to all the amenities of a well equipped family home with only the master bedroom and the attic storage space out of bounds. Interaction with GuestsDavid and Annie would be delighted to help and advise guests about how best to maximise on the beautiful and historic surroundings or to leave guests in peace to enjoy the tranquility of the gardens and countryside. The NeighborhoodThe coastline of Fife boasts beautiful fishing villages, lovely local restaurants and music and arts' festivals during the summer months. The cathedral city of Perth, the gateway to the Scottish Highlands is on your doorstep. Getting AroundThere are several local buses every day from the village to St Andrews and Stirling. We are in the countryside however, and for ease of getting around, a car is advised. Other Things to NoteThe adjacent village has a well stocked grocer's shop and post office open 7am - 10pm. There is a pub, country clothing shop and easy access to delightful country walks.
            Home/Apartment
            Excellent
            3 reviews
            3br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceLeave the hustle and bustle of modern living behind as you pack and embark on a unique adventure into historical old Scotland. Ross House is a beautiful 17th century stone built cottage occupying a prime position in one of Scotland's most perfectly preserved ancient towns with a fairy tale Royal Palace only steps away. Following an extensive refurbishment programme, the cottage offers the very best in comfortable, luxury accommodation whilst remaining faithful to the original style and feel of the building. Despite being centrally located, the cottage itself is extremely quiet thanks to the thick stone walls and secondary glazing to the front bedrooms. The beautiful hand-turned oak kitchen boasts underfloor heating and a wood burning stove. The Britannia double oven with six gas burners gives ample scope for even the most exacting cooks and a centre table with soft leather chairs provides a cosy dining area in front of the fireplace. Upstairs are two bedrooms, both with feature fireplaces and a living room with open fire. The spacious master bedroom is en-suite with bath and shower. Farrow and Ball wall coverings, beautiful art work and bespoke furnishings guarantee the ultimate in rest and relaxation. A further bedroom and a dining room, each with feature fireplaces, comprise the lower front portion of the house. Both rooms are decorated in styles in keeping with the original era of the property. The two bathrooms have been completed to the very highest specification with a Villeroy & Boch whisper-quiet Whirlpool bath and Fired Earth Rain Shower. The back garden is a peaceful south-facing sun-trap with three seating areas, dining terrace and a barbecue. It is totally enclosed, very private, safe and quiet. We are very fortunate in Falkland to have so many handy service providers right on our doorstep. Across the road from the cottage is a fascinating music and antiquity lovers' paradise specialising in antique violins and a street away there is a well stocked pharmacy for life's more practical requirements. A short stroll takes you to a bank, a top class bakers and greengrocers, a hairdressers and a post office with a general store. Three boutique shops carry a variety of tasteful take-home gifts. The aptly named Covenanter Hotel with its excellent restaurant, is a great place to dine without needing to venture more than a few yards from the cottage. The Bruce pub offers draft ale and hearty meals as does The Lomond Tavern, a popular eatery for locals and visitors. The Stag Inn on the far side of the village green offers live performances with a regional emphasis. A skip and a jump from the cottage, Campbell's bistro offers excellent freshly ground coffee all'italiana, great breakfasts, lunches and dinners in a relaxing environment; ingredients are top-quality and you can bring your own wine. A twenty minute walk through woodland paths takes you to a lovely organic farm shop and café where you can stock up on grocery essentials and sample delicious homemade cakes and soups either inside the cosy café building or 'al fresco' in the extensive farm gardens. The cottage has super-fast fibre-optic broadband. Guest AccessGuests can access 100% of the property. Interaction with GuestsWe will be on hand to assist and answer any queries guests may have. The NeighborhoodFalkland first became a seat to Scotland's monarchy as long ago as 1437 when it was ceded to the Stewart Kings by the once powerful Macduff clan. A violent beginning with tales of treachery, starvation and torture gave way to a gentler, more peaceful age as the palace's royal incumbents sought pleasure in hunting and games of tennis. Mary Queen of Scots, the great niece of Henry VIII, wiled away many happy days at Falkland before her struggle to become England's as well as Scotland's supreme regent and her eventual demise at the hands of Elizabeth I. Following the Union of the Crowns in 1603, Charles I and Charles II visited the palace until it came under attack by Cromwell's forces in 1654 and Scotland was brought into a Republican Commonwealth. The restoration of the monarchy however, soon produced violent clashes between Royalist Catholic and Episcopalian groups, and the Presbyterian movement fomented by the Covenanters, the most famous of whom, Richard Cameron, was born in the house next door! Today you can visit the carefully restored Renaissance Palace and extensive gardens with original furnishings, chapel and sweeping views of the beautiful old town. A wide range of activities are available both on the doorstep and close to the village. These include golf, walks, cycling, horse-riding, fishing, ballooning, flying and visiting National Trust castles and great houses. Please visit (URL HIDDEN) for further details. Getting AroundFalkland makes an ideal central location for a variety of day trips: St Andrews is a 30 minute drive away, Perth 30 minutes, Edinburgh 45 minutes, Glasgow 1hr 10 minutes, Gleneagles 40 minutes and Dundee 40 minutes. Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee and Leuchars (for St Andrews) are all easily accessible by rail. Other Things to NoteAvailability for St Andrews Golf Open 2015: 9-17th July. Late booking and couple's discount available. Please enquire.
            Bed & Breakfast
            Excellent
            6 reviews
            Bed & Breakfast
            Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Falkland Palace, Lindores Abbey, and Balado Park. Loch Leven Castle is 9.3 mi (15 km) away.
            b&b
            Excellent
            3 reviews
            2br b&b
              The Ruin at Maspie House is a self-contained cottage set within the gardens of Maspie House. The cottage can accommodate up to 4 but will only be let to one party at a time. With its own entrance and gate you can come and go as you please. A continental breakfast will be delivered to you at a time you request. The 17th century cottage overlooks the orchards of Falkland Palace. A tumble-down ruin for many years, it has undergone a complete rebuild and is transformed into elegant B&B; accommodation. Many original features of the old cottage are retained on the outside, whilst on the inside, guests can relax in a modern, warm and welcoming retreat with sitting room,two twin bedrooms and bathroom.
              Bedroom
              Bedroom
              • Wifi
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceThis mid terraced home dates back to 1600, with 'The Old Maltings' being converted in 1997. The Old Maltings was once the private distillery to Falkland Palace, just a mile away.... Spacious and contemporary, the property forms part of a small courtyard development and enjoys great views over the countryside and the Lomond Hills. The property is on 3 levels, with utility room on the ground floor; kitchen, dining/living room, single bedroom and WC on the first floor, and 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom on the top floor. If you are part of a group, why not look at our other 2 listings and have the top floor to yourself? You will have a very comfortable and bright double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and views onto the countryside. You will also have use of the family bathroom with 'Jacuzzi' bath. When I'm here we'll share the kitchen and dining lounge and you can help yourself to the juicer (great for pressing apple ginger juice, then mulling afterwards...), blender (for smoothies) and timed coffee maker (to wake up to fresh coffee!). This is a great location for golfing holidays! For Golfing details, whiz half way down this listing.... Also great for professional couples wanting to attend music festivals, including T in the Park in Balado and the Big Tent in Falkland. You can also enjoy a healthy mix of art, culture and golf should you come in the summertime when Edinburgh Festivals are well underway... Edinburgh Summer Festival runs from mid June - 1 September, including International Film, Jazz and Blues, the Arts Festival, Fringe, International Festival, Book Festival, and Edinburgh Mela. ABOUT THE LOCAL AREA Newton of Falkland is a charming rural hamlet located 1 mile from Falkland. Falkland, is a beautiful historic town with extensive grounds. Sites to see include: Falkland Palace and grounds. There are lovely long walks on the estate which include forest, streams and a climb to the top of Lomond Hills for great views of Fife and beyond. Cycling on the estate or around Loch Leven. Very unique gift shops, inc. the Cottage Craft Centre, Fayre Earth and the National Trust. Beautiful walk and dinner at the Balbirnie House and estate, a delightful 18th century Georgian mansion nestled amidst 400 acres of rolling parkland in the heart of Fife. Alternatively, quiet drink at the Wine Bar in Falkland or good pub grub at one of the oldest pubs in Scotland, the Stagg Inn, where you can still get beer made with 1850s recipes. THINGS TO DO NEARBY St Andrews, Gleneagles, Perth and Dundee are approx 30 mins. Edinburgh Airport is within 1hr drive and railway station in nearby Ladybank. Stunning seaside views in St Andrews. Visit the Pier and West Sands, where the opening scene of Chariotts of Fire was filmed. Enjoy medieval architecture and bespoke shops. Great selection of fresh Scottish fish, Thai, Japanese and Italian restaurants. For walkers, there's a healthy mix of coastline walks and hills in either direction including: coastal walk from Crail to Elie, taking in the unique character of historic fishing villages Pittenweem, Anstruther, St Monans and Cellardyke. Expensive, but exquisite dinner at the Cellar, Anstruther. Frequented by HOLLYWOOD STARS during the golf season, inc. Samuel Jackson and Tom Hanks. Munro bagging in Pitlochry and Blair Atholl. Don't miss homemade food at a working Water Mill in Blair Atholl, or excellent fish platter at the House of Bruar, the Harrods of Scotland. Stunning remote landscape of GlenCova Forfar way, where you can 'bag' a few more munroes. FOR GOLFERS, THERE IS: The Old Course, St Andrews, purported being the home of golf, and where the Open and Dunn Hill Cup are held. Pitreavie (Dunfermline) Golf Club, Fife, Scotland (1922): A tremendous parkland course and tricky test with many key MacKenzie trademarks throughout. A short drive from the world famous St. Andrews. The Portland Course at the Royal Troon Golf Club, in Troon, Scotland. A worthy and challenging companion to the Old Course, the many-times Open Championship site. Leven and Ladybank are used for "Open Championship" qualifying rounds when the Open is at St. Andrews. Carnoustie St. Andrews (New) North Berwick (West) Killin Kinghorn Golf Club Dunnikier Park Golf Club Longniddry Golf Club Scotscraig Golf Club Whitekirk Golf & Country Club Blairgowrie (Rosemount) Dunbar Prestonfield Golf Club Crail - Balcomie Craigielaw Scoonie Golf Club Cowdenbeath Golf Club Downfield Golf Club Fairmont Glenrothes Golf Club The Musselburgh Golf Club Guest AccessWe'll share the kitchen and dining lounge and you can help yourself to the fridge, juicer (great for pressing apple ginger juice, then mulling afterwards...), blender (for smoothies) and cafetiere. Interaction with GuestsIf I'm around, it would be nice to meet guests in the evening and at the weekend. Getting AroundBest to have a car.
              Bedroom
              Bedroom
              • Wifi
              The SpaceThis mid terraced home dates back to 1600, with 'The Old Maltings' being converted in 1997. The Old Maltings was once the private distillery to Falkland Palace, just a mile away.... Spacious and contemporary, the property forms part of a small courtyard development and enjoys great views over the countryside and the Lomond Hills. The property is on 3 levels, with utility room on the ground floor; kitchen, dining/living room, single bedroom and WC on the first floor, and 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom on the top floor. If you are part of a group, why not look at our other 2 listings and have the top floor to yourself? You will have a very comfortable and bright double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and views onto the countryside. You will also have use of the family bathroom with 'Jacuzzi' bath. When I'm here we'll share the kitchen and dining lounge and you can help yourself to the juicer (great for pressing apple ginger juice, then mulling afterwards...), blender (for smoothies) and timed coffee maker (to wake up to fresh coffee!). This is a great location for golfing holidays! For Golfing details, whiz half way down this listing.... Also great for professional couples wanting to attend music festivals, including T in the Park in Balado and the Big Tent in Falkland. You can also enjoy a healthy mix of art, culture and golf should you come in the summertime when Edinburgh Festivals are well underway... Edinburgh Summer Festival runs from mid June - 1 September, including International Film, Jazz and Blues, the Arts Festival, Fringe, International Festival, Book Festival, and Edinburgh Mela. ABOUT THE LOCAL AREA Newton of Falkland is a charming rural hamlet located 1 mile from Falkland. Falkland, is a beautiful historic town with extensive grounds. Sites to see include: Falkland Palace and grounds. There are lovely long walks on the estate which include forest, streams and a climb to the top of Lomond Hills for great views of Fife and beyond. Cycling on the estate or around Loch Leven. Very unique gift shops, inc. the Cottage Craft Centre, Fayre Earth and the National Trust. Beautiful walk and dinner at the Balbirnie House and estate, a delightful 18th century Georgian mansion nestled amidst 400 acres of rolling parkland in the heart of Fife. Alternatively, quiet drink at the Wine Bar in Falkland or good pub grub at one of the oldest pubs in Scotland, the Stagg Inn, where you can still get beer made with 1850s recipes. THINGS TO DO NEARBY St Andrews, Gleneagles, Perth and Dundee are approx 30 mins. Edinburgh Airport is within 1hr drive and railway station in nearby Ladybank. Stunning seaside views in St Andrews. Visit the Pier and West Sands, where the opening scene of Chariotts of Fire was filmed. Enjoy medieval architecture and bespoke shops. Great selection of fresh Scottish fish, Thai, Japanese and Italian restaurants. For walkers, there's a healthy mix of coastline walks and hills in either direction including: coastal walk from Crail to Elie, taking in the unique character of historic fishing villages Pittenweem, Anstruther, St Monans and Cellardyke. Expensive, but exquisite dinner at the Cellar, Anstruther. Frequented by HOLLYWOOD STARS during the golf season, inc. Samuel Jackson and Tom Hanks. Munro bagging in Pitlochry and Blair Atholl. Don't miss homemade food at a working Water Mill in Blair Atholl, or excellent fish platter at the House of Bruar, the Harrods of Scotland. Stunning remote landscape of GlenCova Forfar way, where you can 'bag' a few more munroes. FOR GOLFERS, THERE IS: The Old Course, St Andrews, purported being the home of golf, and where the Open and Dunn Hill Cup are held. Pitreavie (Dunfermline) Golf Club, Fife, Scotland (1922): A tremendous parkland course and tricky test with many key MacKenzie trademarks throughout. A short drive from the world famous St. Andrews. The Portland Course at the Royal Troon Golf Club, in Troon, Scotland. A worthy and challenging companion to the Old Course, the many-times Open Championship site. Leven and Ladybank are used for "Open Championship" qualifying rounds when the Open is at St. Andrews. Carnoustie St. Andrews (New) North Berwick (West) Killin Kinghorn Golf Club Dunnikier Park Golf Club Longniddry Golf Club Scotscraig Golf Club Whitekirk Golf & Country Club Blairgowrie (Rosemount) Dunbar Prestonfield Golf Club Crail - Balcomie Craigielaw Scoonie Golf Club Cowdenbeath Golf Club Downfield Golf Club Fairmont Glenrothes Golf Club The Musselburgh Golf Club Guest AccessWe'll share the kitchen and dining lounge and you can help yourself to the fridge, juicer (great for pressing apple ginger juice, then mulling afterwards...), blender (for smoothies) and cafetiere. Interaction with GuestsIf I'm around, it would be nice to meet guests in the evening and at the weekend. The NeighborhoodThe House is set in a beautiful, private courtyard. Feels like the south of France in the heart of Scotland! Getting AroundRecommend guests have a car. This location is central, a springboard to cities, countryside and beaches.
              bed and breakfasts
              bed and breakfasts
              • Parking
              • Wifi
              Located in Cupar, Gorno Grove House - B&B is in a rural location and within the vicinity of Falkland Palace and Lindores Abbey. This bed & breakfast is within the region of Loch Leven Castle and Balado Park. Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers. Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Gorno Grove House - B&B. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Free self parking is available onsite.
              inn
              Poor
              7 reviews
              3br inn
              • Breakfast
              • Gym
              • Parking
              • Pets Allowed
              • Swimming Pool
              • Wifi
              Located in Falkland, this inn is 0.3 mi (0.6 km) from Falkland Palace and within 12 mi (20 km) of Lindores Abbey and Hill of Tarvit. Kirkcaldy Museum and Art Gallery is 12.4 mi (19.9 km) away.
              hotel
              Poor
              31 reviews
              4br hotel
              • Breakfast
              • Gym
              • Parking
              • Pets Allowed
              • Swimming Pool
              • Wifi
              Situated in Cupar, this inn is within 25 mi (40 km) of Perth Concert Hall, Discovery Point, and Verdant Works. Scone Palace and Old Course at St Andrews are also within 25 mi (40 km).
              townhouse
              Okay
              10 reviews
              7br townhouse
                If you are thinking about holidaying in Scotland, let Cameron House be your base camp for your trip of a lifetime. Cameron House is your home away from home. This B listed 18th century Georgian town house benefits from spacious rooms and still retains many of its original features. Accommodation comprises hall, lounge, dining room, dining kitchen, utility area with separate toilet and shower room, seven bedrooms, bathroom and parking for four cars. Cameron House can sleep up to 19 people. Adele and Craig are always close at hand to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Cameron House offers bright spacious accommodation, perfect for larger families, groups of friends or golfers looking for accommodation that houses everybody under the one roof. We are within 30 miles of over 50 golf courses, so ideally located for the golfing enthusiasts. Gleneagles, St Andrews, Edinburgh, Dundee, Perth, Fife and Central Scotland are all within 30 minutes to an hour and a half drive from Cameron House taking you through some of the most beautiful and diverse countryside in Scotland. The closest historical buildings include Balvaird Castle, which is a particularly fine and complete example of a traditional late medieval Scottish tower house, built around the year 1500 and Falkland Palace, which is a superb tourist attraction and well worth a visit. Both these attractions are no more than 3 miles away. Also, sitting on an island within Loch Leven, is the beautifully set Lochleven Castle which played host to the captive Mary Queen of Scots before fleeing to England. The castle is easily accessible by a regular boat service that only takes 10 minutes. Loch Leven is also the location of a heritage trail that runs 12.5 km round the north side Scotland's largest lowland loch. The trail provides excellent access to the lochside for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users. Well behaved pets are more than welcome and there are great walks from the back of the property onto The Howe Of Fife and to the Lomond Hills just above Falkland. Exterior Features • Decking area • Parking for four cars Utilities • Electricity • Gas - Central Heating SITUATION Cameron House is situated in the heart of the popular conservation village of Auchtermuchty. Auchtermuchty provides a full range of local amenities including two convenience stores, a post office, the famous Tannochbrae Tearoom, library, doctor's and dentist's surgeries, petrol station, Chinese take-away, 2 fast food takeaways, two car garages, 2 public houses, hairdressers and a pharmacy. The famous Bein Inn, well renowned for its delicious food, is only a four mile drive away. For the commuter the A91 allows swift access to Edinburgh and Central Scotland motorway network and there are railway stations at Ladybank, Springfield and Cupar. Entry to the house is from the rear of the property into the kitchen area. From this area there is access to the small utility area and the downstairs toilet and shower room, dining room, three very spacious downstairs double bedrooms and the large hall. The hall gives access to the broad staircase that leads to the first floor where the sittingroom, bathroom and four further spacious bedrooms are located. We have now added further seating in the sitting room to accommodate larger groups. Bedroom accommodation is as follows: Bedroom 1 - King size bed and 2 single beds Bedroom 2 - Double bed Bedroom 3 - Bunk bed and 1 single bed Bedroom 4 - Double bed and 1 single bed Bedroom 5 - King size bed and 1 single bed Bedroom 6 - King size bed Bedroom 7 - King size bed Facilties Include: Alarm Clock Board Games Books Gas Hob High Definition TV High Speed Internet Local Guides/Maps Electric Oven and Grill Radio Travel Cot available on request Located 7 miles west of Cupar, and 4 miles south of Newburgh, Auchtermuchty was famed in ancient times for its wild boar and was once the site of a Roman camp. Its name however comes from Gaelic, referring to the large population of wild boar in the surrounding swamps and woods that were hunted. Today the streets have an olde-worlde feel, with thatched roofs, crow-stepped gables and the red pantile roofs characteristic of the towns and villages throughout Fife. Comfortable character property with plenty of space for all the family! Easy access to wonderful spots for exploring Scotland and its history including sporting and leisure facilities to suit all ages and abilities. Off road parking available for 5 cars or 2 minibuses. Enough space for a family gathering/large party without the formality and restrictions of booking a hotel.
                cottage
                3br cottage
                  The cottage is located right in the heart of our farm and will offer you a slice of the country life, with everything you could need in your home from home, on the farm. In the heart of Fife we are surrounded by spectacular countryside, perfect for those who like walking, cycling and the many other outdoor pursuits available in the surrounding area. We are also ideally located for exploring many parts of Scotland, 19 miles from St Andrews, 22 miles from Dundee, 35 miles from Edinburgh and 53 miles from Glasgow. The surrounding towns of Auchtermuchty, Falkland, Kinross and the city of Perth offer many choices for eating out and shopping. The cottage is a short drive away from many cultural and historical attractions, including Falkland Palace, Hill of Tarvit Mansion House and Gardens and the Secret Bunker. If you are looking for family fun you have three local activity parks, Muddy Boots, Cairnie Fruit Farm and Cluny Clays, great fun for adults and children. The cottage has 3 bedrooms and sleeps up to 4 adults and 2 children or any configuration you can make out of 1 King bed, 1 double and 2 singles. The cottage has an open plan kitchen/dining area and a sitting room with log burning stove. The cottage was designed to take full advantage of the stunning views over the Lomond Hills and the patio area is the perfect place to relax and take in the view. The cottage is fully equipped with everything you would need, from hot water bottles to a BBQ, to take account of all seasons. On arrival you will find details of all the local activities and we would be delighted to provide you with information in advance to allow you to plan your time with us. If you like to wake up with a spectacular view, feel the need to escape from the hustle and bustle, or simply fancy a family getaway, you will find it all with us. If you need any more details we would be delighted to give you them and look forward to welcoming you to Home on the Farm.