All members of the 'A Stay in Fife' collection have been chosen for their high standards of hospitality, cleanliness and friendliness. Family owned and located throughout the county of Fife, they're some of the best bed & breakfasts on offer.
Choose a working farmhouse with scenic countryside, an elegant town house, a luxurious country house, a picturesque cottage in a peaceful village or a home overlooking the sea.
We are able to offer great accommodation near Edinburgh, St. Andrews, Dundee, Perth and Stirling.
The Beach House: A discount is available for bookings of three nights or more...
Greenhead of Arnot:
Redlands Country Lodge: Special offers on 2 nights in Jan/Feb 2016, go to our website to...
Cherry Tree Lodge: Book 6 nights and get the 7th free!
Wester Dura Farmhouse:
Elendil: Please call or email for our current special offers.
Backmarch House: Special rates available for long term business workers and we also...
Welcome to the home of a brand new Film Club. We will be offering a series of Thursday morning weekly diverse and interesting screenings
Cider with Rosie, a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age story set in the Cotswolds during and immediately after the First World War.
Bizarre circus acts, performed by an almighty cast with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek and the devil driven rock n' roll of Dr Haze & The Interceptors from Hell.
Featuring Tim Elliot Plus Lights Out By Nine One of the greatest blues and rock singers of our time - Maggie is as remarkable, powerful and persuasive as she's always been, and is backed here by a handpicked band of top blues musicians and featuring Blues n' Trouble frontman, Tim Elliott. Fife's own great r'n'b, blues, and soul band, Lights Out by Nine open the show.
Join Jango on a hilarious journey of silent physical theatre and contemporary circus clowning as he magically finds a way to realise his dream of becoming a star.
Following acclaimed collaborations with Michael Marra and Shooglenifty, this is the first opportunity to see plan B's new ensemble, made up of four of Scotland's most electrifying dancers - Glen McArtney, Joanne Pirrie, Katie Armstrong and Kirsty Pollock.
We offer our warmest welcome to those looking for a big, fun day out at one of Fife's largest visitor attractions with the kids, fantastic education, great shopping deals and most of all FUN!
Telling the history of how, through a constant process of innovation, the Scottish fisheries became such an important part of the lives of so many Scots.
Threads: pieces from the Scottish Fisheries Museum's Costume Collection and the stories woven into them.
Don't miss out on the arrival of these dainty little flowers - one of the most delightful signs that spring is on it's way..