Falkland, Scotland's first conservation village, has a grand royal past. Falkland Palace, visited by Mary Queen of Scots, is one of the finest examples of French Renaissance architecture in the UK. Many of the village's houses are over 300 years old, while the layout of the streets remains as it was centuries ago. Other local destinations worth exploring include Ceres, with its collection of pretty pantiled cottages and fascinating Folk Museum, and the small town of Newburgh, where the art of whisky distilling is being revived in the grounds of the ancient Lindores Abbey.
North of the Lamond Hills are the rural flatlands of the Howe of Fife. Cupar, formerly the county town of Fife, is an old market town with impressive civic buildings, a great selection of shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and sporting facilities and a monthly Farmers Market. Nearby is the Hill of Tarvit mansion house and gardens, and Scotstarvit Tower, a 16th century castle with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. If you're in the mood to enjoy coastal pleasures, head a little further north to the towns of Newport on Tay and Tayport, both overlooking the River Tay, where you'll find art galleries, restaurants, a sports centre and access to the Fife Coastal Path.
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Fincraigs is an Georgian Farmhouse offering bed and breakfast accommodation. The house sits in the beautiful rolling countryside of NE Fife, close to Balmerino Abbey and the Tay Estuary. Expect peace and tranquillity, the call of the wild and a warm welcome. Guests are given a delicious breakfast, using local produce and an evening meal is offered by prior arrangement.