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Lovely 2 bedroom condo in Burntisland, Fife is located in Burntisland. The property is 29 miles from Dundee. Couldn't of asked for more inside the property. 55 inch smart TV with Netflix and amazon. Everything you can think of for the kitchen. Log burner. Games for the kids. WiFi. The list goes on they had everything you needed.
Lovely quiet residential seaside resort . Not commercial but amazing coastline , walks & views. 30 mins by train across the bridge to Edinburgh. Good stop if wish to travel further north . Limited accommodation available . The Sands best for nice meal and friendly drink in beach location . The high street offered cute traditional friendly cafe .. the olive branch , also more trendy brunch establishment called the Roasting Project was lovely .
Nice coastal town on the Firth of Forth opposite Edinburgh. As we have family in the town we visit regularly. In the summer the "shows" (a huge funfair just back from the coast) operate and are a major visitor attraction. Not many restaurants but a couple of the hotels serve meals to non-residents (but NOT the Burntisland House). Sits on the Fife Coastal Path.
It’s rough and ready, my friend thought it was a homeless shelter. My issue was I can’t manage stairs well and they’d put us in the top floor no lift! Plus staff had been there for less than a week and no parking! The paint was peeling off the walls, our double bed was a small double and creaked with every move and so uncomfortable. The single chair in the three bed room was held together with tape and the skylight window didn’t shut properly. We left after suffering one night.
Burntisland is a friendly little town on the easy coast of Scotland with artisan shops on the high street and a beautiful beech and great walks round about it, including one over the binn hill at the back of the town. Highly recommend it.
We enjoyed seeing and smelling the sea, visiting little villages, small cafes, seeing local crafts, the scenery was beautiful, the people were pleasant, our accommodation was great. We would return all being well we will return :)
Gorgeous unspoilt scenic coastal town, beautiful beach. Just one main shopping street, but very handy for the railway station and the seaside attractions. Ideally located for rail trips on the east coast mainline, via changing at Kirkcaldy. All the people I had occasion to engage with were really friendly.
The studio is perfect for a short stay, nice kitchen and bathroom and cosy living / bedroom. Parking our car was no problem. Shops are close by and the railway station around the corner. Easy access to Edinburgh, which is less then 40 minutes by train (bicycles allowed for free) or exploring the area to the North East of Burntisland.
Great mini break, could have stayed longer. Very clean, heating good, beds good, a very comfortable flat in a lovely period property. Liked the location, Burntisland offers a lot. Hosts excellent.
Wonderful location right on Fife Coastal Path,large clean room, breakfast options and extremely helpful staff. Pizza shop next door was great and Novelli’s ice cream down the street was awesome.
very frendly staff ,great location, would defo book again, views stunning ,really nice sitting out in the garden chilling ,the bed was the most comfterable hotel yet
Went for a funeral in difficult times (COVID), hotel was fine for what I paid for but would have been nice to know in advance that there was no breakfast