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The New Inn, hotel in Fife

The New Inn

Hotel in Fife

Set in Fife and with St Andrews East Sands Beach reachable within 300 metres, The New Inn offers a garden, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi throughout the property and a bar.

7.9
Good
291 reviews
Price from£92per night
Saorsa House Culross, hotel in Fife

Saorsa House Culross

Fife

Saorsa House Culross, a property with a garden and a terrace, is situated in Fife, 33 km from Edinburgh Zoo, 35 km from Murrayfield Stadium, as well as 35 km from EICC.

9.2
Superb
149 reviews
Price from£90per night
BELL CRAIG GUEST HOUSE, hotel in Fife

BELL CRAIG GUEST HOUSE

Fife

BELL CRAIG GUEST HOUSE is situated in Fife, 600 metres from West Sands Beach, 1.1 km from St Andrews East Sands Beach, as well as 400 metres from St Andrews University.

8.6
Fabulous
43 reviews
Price from£120per night
The Wee Room -Stay Where All St Andrews is on the Doorstep!, hotel in Fife

The Wee Room -Stay Where All St Andrews is on the Doorstep!

Fife

Set 1.4 km from St Andrews East Sands Beach, 600 metres from St Andrews University and 4.9 km from St Andrews Bay, The Wee Room -Stay Where All St Andrews is on the Doorstep!

9.0
Superb
21 reviews
Price from£156.50per night
3 Bedroom Entire Flat, Luxury facilities with Affordable price, Self Checkin/out, hotel in Fife

3 Bedroom Entire Flat, Luxury facilities with Affordable price, Self Checkin/out

Fife

Situated 29 km from Edinburgh Zoo, 31 km from Murrayfield Stadium and 32 km from EICC, 3 Bedroom Entire Flat, Luxury facilities with Affordable price, Self Checkin/out offers accommodation located in...

8.1
Very good
23 reviews
Price from£106.20per night
Two Bedroom Entire Flat, Luxury but Affordable Next to M90, hotel in Fife

Two Bedroom Entire Flat, Luxury but Affordable Next to M90

Fife

Offering city views, Two Bedroom Entire Flat, Luxury but Affordable Next to M90 is an accommodation located in Fife, 30 km from Edinburgh Zoo and 32 km from Murrayfield Stadium.

8.2
Very good
22 reviews
Price from£95per night
Ugly Duckling, License number FI 00863 P, hotel in Fife

Ugly Duckling, License number FI 00863 P

Fife

Set in Fife and only 500 metres from Billow Ness Beach, Ugly Duckling, License number FI 00863 P offers accommodation with sea views, free WiFi and free private parking.

8.5
Very good
76 reviews
Price from£262per night
'Sunset View' Eclectic & Stylish One Bed Apartment (3 guests), hotel in Fife

'Sunset View' Eclectic & Stylish One Bed Apartment (3 guests)

Fife

Set 18 km from St Andrews University, 22 km from St Andrews Bay and 38 km from Scone Palace, 'Sunset View' Eclectic & Stylish One Bed Apartment (3 guests) offers accommodation located in Fife.

7.6
Good
12 reviews
Price from£121.74per night
Best Western Balgeddie House Hotel, hotel in Fife

Best Western Balgeddie House Hotel

Glenrothes

This traditional country house hotel is in quiet countryside in North Glenrothes. It mixes original character with modern comforts, including free Wi-Fi, free parking and flat-screen TVs.

8.0
Very good
1,132 reviews
Price from£81per night
The Gilvenbank Hotel, hotel in Fife

The Gilvenbank Hotel

Glenrothes

Situated in Glenrothes, 31 km from St Andrews University, The Gilvenbank Hotel features accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace.

7.5
Good
1,076 reviews
Price from£67.50per night
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What guests said about Fife:

  • 10

    Fantastic area with lots to do.

    Fantastic area with lots to do. It was busy with visitors, so planning ahead will help. Pre-booking for dinner is a good idea. We stayed in Anstruther which is lovely. Had dinner at The Bank, which was excellent. Queued for takeaway at the famous Anstruther chip shop - very good, but perhaps overrated in our view. Roads are quite small, but there is no need to rush anywhere.
    Gordon
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    There are so many places to go.

    There are so many places to go. There are miles of unspoilt beaches. Although you have to be careful where you go as there were dead birds from Avian flu at the West Sands at St Andrews. Leven beach was clear and Tentsmuir also. There are so many things for the active. Plenty of culture to be found all round. You are so central for Dundee, Perth and Edinburgh. So much history everywhere. The East Nuek villages are so beautiful and the fresh fish on the menus to die for.
    Cowley
  • 10

    Lovely base for walking and exploring the East Newk Costal...

    Lovely base for walking and exploring the East Newk Costal Walk including Crail, St Monans, Pittenweem and Elie. Also good base for day trip into St Andrews. Great fish & chips from the Waterfront chip shop in Anstruther.
    Glynis
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    It is a lovely place!

    It is a lovely place! Comfortable , lot of food , water bottles , and other stuff provided so no rush to go and bring things in a hurry ! Especially if you arrive late. Appreciate snacks, ice cream as well!😊 Plenty of towels! Clean and comfortable place Looking forward to visit again for a longer stay!
    Darshika
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Clean air and open space. Accessible and clean beaches.

    Clean air and open space. Accessible and clean beaches. Nearby shops and railway station. Culture - great museum / local history, in Kirkcaldy Golf Great variety of places to eat - garden centres to good restaurants and hotels Near to Edinburgh Friendly, helpful people.
    L
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    St Andrew’s is a lovely town for a short break.

    St Andrew’s is a lovely town for a short break. We were very fortunate with the weather for late March and had a great time one afternoon at the excellent beach. There are many excellent hotels / restaurants and bars in the town and most of them cater for family groups like us ( 4 adults and a 2 year old). My wife and daughter had a great time on a shopping afternoon in the town and they were very pleased with the quality and variety of shops in the town centre. We did not play golf but the town is renowned for some world famous courses and there are a number of golf shops around the golf links. I did some walking and there are some good paths around the beach and golf course areas which are suitable for all levels of fitness and experience.
    Alex
    United Kingdom