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This family-run budget hotel is conveniently located close to Edinburgh and next to the Forth Road Bridge and the Forth Rail Bridge; Rosyth is only a few minutes away. My room was very comfortable!! The staff are fabulous. Strike up a conversation with them, you’ll see! I can’t wait to come back!
Arthur House is located in Inverkeithing. It provides free WiFi and a garden. There's a seating area, a dining area and a kitchen complete with a dishwasher, a microwave and a fridge. Our host is/was a very very friendly and easy going guy. He is open to communication if you want to and very sympathetic. Also the bed was most comfortable.
An unsung gem of the Kingdom of Fife. It gets chilly - bring a sweater and rain-proof clothing. The buses and trains seem to function with great convenience for a fellow pedestrian traveller such as myself. The cuisine of Inverkeithing is quite magnificent: Try the town’s lusciously decadent deep fried pizzas, washed down with a refreshing can of cream soda, ginger beer, or indeed whichever carbonated beverage which may take your fancy to cleanse and refresh your palate.
I was staying in Inverkeithing because of its proximity to Kirkcaldy as I was visiting my mother in hospital there after travelling up from London. Accommodation prices in Inverkeithing are generally lower but with great transport links, road and rail, it is an ideal place to stay and explore the surrounding areas. For example, I would have liked to have stayed longer and gone to nearby Burntisland - a favourite seaside destination when I was a child. I did enjoy crossing the iconic Forth Bridge to get to Edinburgh though and had my mobile phone out to film it!!
We stayed in Inverkeithing because its only a short journey from Edinburgh, but without the crazy prices during the festival. It served that purpose well, and the beautiful views across the bay on my morning run were a delightful unexpected bonus.
We just stopped for one night as we were going to see the Royal Britannia and Edinburgh Castle the next and continue on our way. I really thought the town with the 3 bridges was quaint. We crossed the bridge and found our lodging which was not to our standards.
Inverkeithing’s most interesting thing is probably the bridges over the forth. It’s not a place to visit to see but a base to go visit many nearby places. You need a car. We found the locals very helpful.
We stayed near the High Street, and the High Street is very limited with shops and restaurants and the pubs were cash only that we went in to. Would stay again for Edinburgh but nothing to see or do in Inverkeithing.
Very friendly and courteous staff. Perfect location for Edinburgh, the airport and trains going to the North of Scotland.
Spotlessly clean, like being at home . Excellent location . Much better than being in a hotel