Click the map for tourism ideas Historically, Fife has been one of the richest agricultural areas in Scotland. The area is known as the Kingdom of Fife, dating back to the days of the early Celtic kings. Their seat was in Dunfermline, which later became the capital of Scotland, and the town is much visited for its magnificent abbey and royal palace. St Andrews on the east coast, with its ancient university and ruined castle, is regarded as the “home” of golf.
Old Manor Hotel

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Lundin Links, St. Andrews, Fife KY8 6AJ. Tel: 01333 320368
Excellent Hotel on the edge of the picturesque village of Lundin Links, overlooking two championship golf courses. The Hotel enjoys a spectacular position overlooking Largo Bay and the Forth Estuary. Real ale, a good selection of wines and a range of single malts.
Ship Inn


The Toft, Elie, Fife KY9 1DT. Tel: 01333 330 246
The Ship Inn sits in a stunning location overlooking Elie Harbour and the Firth of Forth with steps down to the beach. The ship serves great food and is Britain's only inn that has a cricket team that plays their matches on the beach.
The Inn At Lathones

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By Largoward, St. Andrews, Fife KY9 1JE. Tel: 01334 840 494
Charming 400 year old coaching inn situated just 5 miles from the famous golfing town of St Andrews and the delightful fishing villages of the Fife coastline. A warm welcome is complimented by superb food, real ales and over 20 varieties of Scotch Malt whisky.
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