Nestling on the shores of the Firth of Forth, the village of North Queensferry is the southern gateway to Fife with no less than three iconic bridges spanning the estuary. Opened to acclaim in 1890, the Forth Bridge remains one of the world's most recognisable structures. Fast gaining its own profile is the new Queensferry Crossing, now the UK's tallest bridge.
Cross the water and more marvels wait to be discovered and explored. Inverkeithing is a lively town, close to the Forth Bridges, where the past meets the present. With its cobbled streets, red-tiled roofs and crow-stepped-gabled architecture, the nearby Royal Burgh of Culross is one of Scotland's most picturesque villages and a time capsule from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
Dunfermline, one of Fife's largest towns, was once the ancient capital of Scotland. The town's 12th century abbey is the final resting place of King Robert the Bruce and many other Scottish kings and queens. The birthplace of Andrew Carnegie, Dunfermline's current connections with the wealthy philanthropist include the new Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, a spectacular museum and art gallery in the heart of the town's Heritage Quarter.
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Backmarch House Bed and Breakfast in the Garden City of Rosyth near Dunfermline, Fife was built in 1829. This former Georgian farmhouse has been beautifully renovated to provide quality B&B accommodation. Set in its own grounds it offers generous parking and tranquil gardens. Located only 20 minutes from Edinburgh, we offer three beautifully appointed, en-suite bedrooms, which are centrally heated and delightfully furnished for your comfort, paying particular attention to detail.
Bunree B&B is a purpose-built chalet bungalow set in rural countryside on the outskirts of Dunfermline. Your Hosts Una and Hamish take pride in offering the best of Scottish hospitality to ensure your stay is a comfortable, enjoyable and memorable experience. Ideally located for golfing excursions to St Andrews, Gleneagles and Muirfield all within an hour, and sightseeing tours with in-house executive car hire available. Transfers from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Prestwick, and Newcastle Airports can also be arranged.
Located at the end of a quiet farm road, Cherry Tree Lodge is a secluded, easily accessible guest house offering bed and breakfast with stunning countryside views in the Kingdom of Fife. Dunfermline railway station with direct trains to Edinburgh is only 7 miles away. A former gamekeepers cottage, Cherry Tree Lodge has been recently renovated and extended to provide modern, comfortable accommodation whilst maintaining the character of the original building.
You will be made extremely welcome in our lovely home, where we will strive to exceed your expectations. Rated 4 Stars by VisitScotland, our luxurious accommodation has been decorated and furnished to high standards to ensure you enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay. A delicious, three-course dinner can be provided following prior notice. Burntisland is located on the main east coast railway line with easy access to Edinburgh, Dundee, Perth and Glasgow, while the Rosyth ferry terminal is only 15-minutes away.
Elendil B&B is a detached villa set in picturesque gardens with views over the Firth of Forth in a quiet residential area of the Royal Burgh of Inverkeithing. We are ideally situated for touring or golfing in Fife and the perfect base for visiting Edinburgh, Perth and Stirling. Conveniently located for both business and leisure guests, we are situated within 5 minutes of regular bus and train services to Edinburgh, 5 minutes from the port of Rosyth and offer easy access to the M90 motorway for exploring Fife and beyond.
A picturesque stone cottage, Gruinard has been refurbished to a high standard with all modern facilities whilst retaining original period features. Friendly and informal where comfort and enjoyment are a top priority, this attractive and appealing guest house has stunning views over the River Forth to Edinburgh and its skyline. The colourful walled garden to the rear of the cottage is alive with local birdlife and contains ever-changing shrubbery and unusual driftwood sculptures and other seaside treasures found locally.
Northcraig B&B overlooks a natural harbour and pier, with stunning views of the village and glorious sunsets towards the Forth Road Bridge. All rooms are west facing with wonderful river views and are attractively furnished with comfortable beds. There's off-road parking, WiFi and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. North Queensferry is ideally situated for visiting Edinburgh, the east Neuk of Fife and the Borders/Central Scotland. The direct train to Edinburgh centre is only 20 minutes.
The Roods is a beautifully appointed family home with guest accommodation set in extensive secluded gardens. Guests can enjoy a wealth of home and business comforts. All our en-suite bathrooms/shower rooms are spacious and luxurious. In the summer months sit on one of the patios overlooking our lovely landscaped garden. The Royal Burgh of Inverkeithing is an ideal location for both business and leisure guests with excellent transport links to Edinburgh and the rest of Scotland.