Quietly set on a working farm Balgownie Bunkhouse is a purpose built lodge, surrounded by spectacularly beautiful countryside. The hugely spacious, open plan design comprises; a sociable, open plan dining, kitchen, and living room with wood burning stove, three en-suite bedrooms each with 2 sets of full size bunk beds sleeping up to four people. Patio doors lead out to the large outdoor decking area which has picnic tables and an outdoor fire pit.
• Braken Room – two sets of full sized bunk beds with comfy mattresses sleeping up to 4 people. En-suite fully accessible shower room, quality bed linen and towels.
• Thistle Room - two sets of full sized bunk beds with comfy mattresses sleeping up to 4 people. En-suite shower room, quality bed linen and towels.
• Heather Room - two sets of full sized bunk beds with comfy mattresses sleeping up to 4 people. En-suite fully shower room, quality bed linen and towels.
• Communal use, open plan kitchen, living and dining room with wood burning stove and access to decking
• Large decking area with fire bit and picnic benches ideal for enjoying the sunset and sunrise.
• Landscaped gardens surrounding the bunkhouse with wildflowers and orchard.
• Secure outside storage and wash area for bikes and outdoor gear.
• Complimentary tea and coffee with breakfast / food hampers available to purchase
• Utility with washing machine, tumble dryer and space for muddy boots
• TV, games and books with complimentary wifi.
• Check in: 4pm onwards, Check out: 10am
• Booking our rooms individually gives you access from 16.00 and 10.00 each day. Unless prior arrangement is made with management.
Whether your mountain biking, cycling, hiking, walking or horse riding the beautiful countryside surrounding Balgownie provides for all.
• The Dunfermline to Alloa cycle way (National Cycle Route764) can be directly accessed from the farm just 600 m from The Bunkhouse.
• Devilla Forest provides miles of tracks within is 700 hectares of woodland, a red squirrel trail, the four lochs to find including the picturesque Pepermill Dam.
• The close by medieval village of Culross marks the start of the Fife Pilgrims Way – a 64 mile route taking walkers on a journey through history as it winds its way through the ancient Kingdom of Fife concluding in St Andrews.
• The Fife Coastal Path is just 2 miles from the farm. The path runs from Kincardine to Newburgh – 116 miles of Fifes coastline.
• The new West Fife Woodland Way is a new 10 mile circular route which can be accessed a short walk (approx. 900m) through the ancient Balgownie Woods.