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Fife is a unitary council region of Scotland situated between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth. It was originally one of the Pictish kingdoms known as Fib, and is commonly known as the Kingdom of Fife in the area. The historical town of St. Andrews is located on the east coast of Fife. It is well known as the home of golf.


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» St. Andrews

St. Andrews Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Named after Saint Andrew the Apostle, St Andrews is a town and former royal burgh on the east coast of Fife, and the home of golf. It has a population of about 18 000, and stands on the North Sea coast between Edinburgh and Dundee. It is home to Scotland's oldest university, the University of St Andrews …

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» Dunfermline

Dunfermline Hotels, Fife, Scotland

The Royal Burgh of Dunfermline is a town in Fife, Scotland. It sits on high ground 3 miles from the shore of the Firth of Forth, northwest of Edinburgh. The town is the historic capital of Scotland and Robert the Bruce is buried within Dunfermline Abbey. The town is intersected from north to south by Pittencrieff Glen …

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» Anstruther

Anstruther Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Anstruther is a small town in Fife, Scotland. Anstruther lies 9 miles south-southeast of St Andrews. It is the largest community on the stretch of north-shore coastline of the Firth of Forth known as the East Neuk, with a population of about 3,500 people. The village of Cellardyke forms an easterly extension of Anstruther …

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» Glenrothes

Glenrothes Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Glenrothes is a town on the east coast of Scotland. It is located in Fife and is approximately equidistant between Edinburgh and Dundee. It is the administrative centre for Fife. The town boasts beautiful parks and landscaping, a plethora of sculptures and artworks and one of Scotland's largest indoor shopping malls …

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» Aberdour

Aberdour Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Aberdour is a popular and scenic village on the south coast of Fife, Scotland. It is situated on the north shore of the Firth of Forth, looking south to the Island of Inchcolm and its Abbey, and to Leith and Edinburgh beyond. In 2005, Aberdour was a finalist in the "Beautiful Scotland in Bloom" awards for best coastal resort in Scotland …

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» Burntisland

Burntisland Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Burntisland is a town and former royal burgh in Fife, Scotland on the Firth of Forth. It is known locally for its sandy blue flag beach, the 15th century Rossend Castle, and its traditional summer fair and Highland games day. To the north of the town a hill called The Binn is a landmark of the Fife coastline …

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» Crail

Crail Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Crail is a former royal burgh in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. Crail probably dates from at least as far back as the Pictish period, as the place-name includes the Pictish/Brythonic element caer, 'fort', and there is a Dark Age cross-slab preserved in the parish kirk, itself dedicated to the early holy man St. Maelrubha …

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» Crossford

Crossford Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Crossford is a small village in west Fife, Scotland. It is situated one mile west of Dunfermline, east of Cairneyhill, astride the A994. It is just over twelve miles from Edinburgh. A former weaving village, Crossford is said to take its name from the ford crossed by monks on their way between the abbeys of Dunfermline and Culross …

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» Crossgates

Crossgates Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Crossgates is a small village in Fife, Scotland. It is located close to the junction of the M90 and A92, about two miles east of Dunfermline and a similar distance south west of Cowdenbeath. Crossgates has a long history of mining, of both deep and opencast varieties. Crossgates is designated as Fife's first energy efficient village …

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» Falkland

Falkland Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Falkland is a town and former royal burgh in Fife, Scotland at the foot of the Lomond Hills. The conservation village is best known as the location of Falkland Palace, begun in 1500 by James IV, and the best example of French-influenced Renaissance architecture in the United Kingdom …

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» Freuchie

Freuchie Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Freuchie is a village in Fife, Scotland, at the foot of the Lomond Hills, and near the more famous village of Falkland. The name derives from the Scottish Gaelic, fraoch, meaning heather. Freuchie was once used by the Royal family as a place of banishment from the Court when it was in nearby Falkland Palace …

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» Inverkeithing

Inverkeithing Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Inverkeithing is a town and a royal burgh in Fife, located on the Firth of Forth. The port town was given burgh status by King David I of Scotland (1124-53) in the 12th century and is situated about 9 miles north from Edinburgh Airport and about 4 miles from the centre of Dunfermline. Modern Inverkeithing is almost continuous with Rosyth and Dalgety Bay …

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» Kirkcaldy

Kirkcaldy Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Kirkcaldy is the largest town in Fife, Scotland. Kirkcaldy is known as The Lang Toun (Long Town) in Scots. This name derived from the original expansion of the town in a thin strip parallel to the sea front. The town has since developed further up and down the coast, encompassing formerly separate communities …

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» Leven

Leven Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Leven is a seaside town in Fife, Scotland, on the coast of the Firth of Forth at the mouth of the River Leven. Leven boasts two golf courses, Scoonie and Leven Links - the latter being used as a qualifying course for The Open when the tournament is being played at the Old Course at St Andrews …

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» Lundin Links

Lundin Links Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Lundin Links is a small village in Fife, Scotland. The village is best known for its two golf courses. The 18 hole course, Lundin Golf Club, was used as a pre-qualifying course when The Open Championship is held at St. Andrews. Lundin Links Ladies 9 hole course is the oldest woman's golf course in the world. It features some impressive standing stones …

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» North Queensferry

North Queensferry Hotels, Fife, Scotland

North Queensferry is a village on the Firth of Forth, between the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge, and just 10 miles from Edinburgh. The village takes its name from Saint Margaret of Scotland, the wife of King Malcolm III of Scotland, who is said to have established the village for pilgrims travelling to St Andrews …

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» Rosyth

Rosyth Hotels, Fife, Scotland

Rosyth is a town located on the Firth of Forth on Scotland's east coast, a mile south of Dunfermline, Fife, and approximately 12 miles north west of Edinburgh. The port has the only direct ferry service to the European mainland from Scotland. The area is best known for its large dockyard, formerly the Royal Naval Dockyard Rosyth …

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