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County - Fife
Population: 2050
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The little market town of Auchtermuchty, separated from the Firth of Tay by Pitmedden Forest, huddles picturesquely round its stone market square and the Calsay Burn that cuts through the place... Read More.

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Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm

Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm

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Nestling on a peaceful upland farm and on the edge of a forest ideal for cycling and walking from the doorstep, these beautiful barn conversions have been ... More

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Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm

Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm

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Nestling on a peaceful upland farm and on the edge of a forest ideal for cycling and walking from the doorstep, these beautiful barn conversions have been ... More

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The Old Cart House

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Nestling on a peaceful upland farm and on the edge of a forest ideal for cycling and walking from the doorstep, these beautiful barn conversions have been ... More

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Myres Castle (0.58 miles)

Myres Castle

Myres Castle is a wonderful family home, steeped in history, dating back to around 1530. This recently refurbished castle is surrounded by a 44 acre estate, beautiful gardens, hard tennis court and helipad and fully ... More

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The Covenanter Hotel (2.91 miles)

The Covenanter Hotel is an early 17th Century coaching inn situated opposite the fountain right in the heart of the village. The hotel is full of character with original oak beams, low ceilings and period ... More | visit website
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Edenshead Stables B & B (3.42 miles)

Edenshead Stables B & B

B&B NEAR CUPAR 12 miles , PERTH 12 miles & KINROSS 7 miles

Edenshead Stables B&B is a charming house in peaceful countryside on the edge of the village ... More | Double Room: From £44 | visit website

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Abbey Inn (4.07 miles)

Abbey Inn

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Small traditional coachin inn situated in this pretty Tayside village. We have three well appointed en-suite bedrooms. Half an hour from St Andrews, there are 100 golf courses situated within ... More

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Fernie Castle Hotel (5.18 miles)

Fernie Castle Hotel

Neil and Mary Blackburn privately own Fernie Castle Hotel. This 14th century Castle is situated near Cupar in the heart of the Ancient “Kingdom of Fife”.

Neil and Mary personally supervise the complete operation of this ... More | Double Room: £75 - £99 | visit website

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Redlands Country Lodge (5.30 miles)

Redlands Country Lodge

Redlands Country Lodge is a B&B with a REAL difference - a real WOOD difference! Our cosy log cabin rooms are individually styled, with their own entrances, and are completely separate from the main house so you ... More | Double Room: From £30 | visit website

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Rescobie Hotel (6.50 miles)

Rescobie Hotel
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Golden Acorn Wetherlodge (7.10 miles)

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Situated just 25miles from Edinburgh and 20 miles from St.Andrews the Golden Acorn is the perfect location to base yourself,be it work or pleasure, whilst staying in the area.

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Town House Hotel (7.35 miles)

Town House Hotel
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The Town House Hotel is a Family run hotel in the small town of Markinch approx 3 miles from Glenrothes in the Historic Kingdom of Fife. The hotel was a ... More | Double Room: From £70
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Bronton Cottage B&B (7.49 miles)

Bronton Cottage B&B

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High-amenity B&B, newly opened. Local produce for breakfast, with home-made bread and preserves. All rooms en-suite, with power-showers. Verandah and garden. No smoking within the house. No pets other than ... More

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