This 3 bedroom self-catering apartment is comfortable, stylish and based in a beautiful historical building, located 5 minutes from the sea. The apartment occupies the upper two floors of the old Kinghorn Town Hall, and has a large open plan living area. Sleeping 5-6 people, it is perfect for family get-togethers, golf breaks, exploring the Fife Coastal Path and visiting Edinburgh.
This 3 bedroom self-catering apartment is comfortable, stylish and based in a beautiful historical building, located 5 minutes from the sea. Perfect for family get-togethers, golf breaks, exploring the Fife Coastal Path and visiting Edinburgh. Guests have exclusive use of an attractive walled garden and there is a beautiful sheltered sandy beach close by. The nearby railway station provides easy rail access to Edinburgh and to the north. Other attractions include Fife’s many golf courses and the historic towns of St Andrews, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. The Town Hall is also conveniently located for discovering ‘Outlander’ country!
It is an ideal place to relax and unwind in Gothic splendour. Built in Tudor Gothic style, this impressive castellated stone structure enjoys glimpses out across the Firth of Forth. The rooms are furnished in keeping with the history of the building, while providing all the modern amenities you would expect. There’s a magnificent living/dining area on the 1st floor with floor-to-ceiling windows and 2 stone fireplaces, and large wooden dining table. Off this huge room is a well-equipped kitchen. Access to the top floor is either via a main stone staircase or via a fascinating internal spiral stone staircase. Children love to explore this ‘secret’ stairway!
Fife Historic Buildings Trust completed the restoration of the castellated and B-listed Kinghorn Town Hall in 2009. This magnificent building dominates the approach into the coastal town of Kinghorn and has served many purposes throughout its life thus far including court/jail and has masonic links.
The local town of Kinghorn has all the amenities that you would require. There is a local Co-operative which is a small supermarket, as well as a butcher, bakers, café, pubs, post office, dry cleaners, dress shop, Chip Shop, Chinese and Gift Shop. Across the road to the town hall is The Ship Restaurant, the restaurant provides quality food and service and is recommended by all who visit, reservations is a must as it is often fully booked in advance. Open Wednesday- Sunday for Lunch and Dinner – 01592 890655
Locally there is the town of Burntisland, with further amenities available including a Fruit & Veg shop, Seafood Shop, Gelato Parlour, beauty therapist, hair dressers and swimming pool. Kirkcaldy is the largest town close by, where there are several large food supermarkets, clothing shops, restaurants and more.
The train station operates the Fife Circle, with some trains going to Dundee and Aberdeen. There is a bus stop by the Town Hall which supplies the no7 Leven-Dunfermline Route, Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline are the main bus stations serving routes across the country and beyond.
Kinghorn is on the Fife Coastal path, which provides beautiful walks and scenery across the local towns of Fife. Nearby is Kinghorn Loch, a beautiful site home of the Ecology Centre, and Barn at the Loch, an organic coffee shop and lovely place for lunch. Fife is a wonderful county with lots of history, culture, award winning eateries, nature and many locally crafted shops. For more information visit http://www.welcometofife.com/
Trips into Edinburgh City centre are quick and easy, the train will take you to Edinburgh Haymarket or Edinburgh Waverly where there is an endless array of culture, history, restaurants, bars and shops.
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|Kinghorn Town Hall||£550 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.