Auchtermuchty

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Population: 2050
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Auchtermuchty is an ancient Market town positioned on the northern side of the Howe of Fife, in Scotland, and is home to just over two thousand people. The Calsay Burn journeys through the town whose history dates back nearly two thousand years. There are attractive stone cottages and houses lining the roads, some of which date back many centuries. A stroll along the High Street will reveal the oldest house which was built in the 16th Century, and an impressive Town Hall which dominates the skyline. The Town Square or "Cross" was home to the Markets which led to the growth of the town after being declared a Royal Burgh by James V, and later the industries of weaving, and the distilling of whisky brought its own wealth. There is a good range of shops, and restaurants to try, together with a cosy Tea Shop which featured in the televised series of Dr Finlay's Casebook. There's welcoming pubs offering a dram or two, cottages, B&B's and a pleasing 18th Century Hotel for those visitors who are tempted to stay awhile as it's surrounded by beautiful Scottish countryside on the edge of Pitmedden Forest and is only nine miles or so from the historical town of Glenroathes.

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Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm
The Old Cart House

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Auchtermuchty Dental Centre

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The Health Centre

Pub and Bar

Cycle Tavern
Forest Hills Hotel

School

Auchtermuchty Primary School

Self-Catering

Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm

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Auchtermuchty Taxis
Millburn Taxis

Shops

Rowlands Pharmacy

Places to Stay near Auchtermuchty

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Myres Castle (0.58 miles)

Myres Castle

Myres Castle is a wonderful family home, steeped in history, dating back to around 1530. This recently refurbished castle is surrounded by a 44 acre estate, beautiful gardens, hard tennis court and helipad and fully ... More

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Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm (2.01 miles)

Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm

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Nestling on a peaceful upland farm and on the edge of a forest ideal for cycling and walking from the doorstep, these beautiful barn conversions have been ... More

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The Bruce Inn (2.87 miles)

The Bruce Inn

15th Century Inn in the historic town of Falkland, overlooking the spectacular Falkland Palace. The former Royal Hunting Lodge was, at one time, home to Mary Queen of Scots and Rob Roy plus countless Kings ... More | visit website

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The Covenanter Hotel (2.91 miles)

The Covenanter Hotel is an early 17th Century coaching inn situated opposite the fountain right in the heart of the village. The hotel is full of character with original oak beams, low ceilings and period ... More | visit website
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Edenshead Stables B & B (3.42 miles)

Edenshead Stables B & B

B&B NEAR CUPAR 12 miles , PERTH 12 miles & KINROSS 7 miles

Edenshead Stables B&B is a charming house in peaceful countryside on the edge of the village ... More | visit website

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The Kilnhouse B+B (3.52 miles)

The Kilnhouse B+B
Clean,friendly B+B, set at the foot of the Lomond hills.Un-equalled views. A real home from home. You will stay in a unique building that once was part of a brewery belonging to Falkland Palace dating from ... More | visit website
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Abbey Inn (4.07 miles)

Abbey Inn

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Small traditional coachin inn situated in this pretty Tayside village. We have three well appointed en-suite bedrooms. Half an hour from St Andrews, there are 100 golf courses situated within ... More

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Lomond Hills Hotel & Leisure Centre (4.15 miles)

Lomond Hills Hotel & Leisure Centre
Situated at the foot of the Lomond hills, this comfortable inn is an ideal place to stay when visiting the Kingdom of Fife, whether on business or pleasure. The village is set amidst rich farming ... More | visit website
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Bein Inn (4.83 miles)

Bein Inn
The famous Bein Inn - Scottish Music Pub of the Year.

The Bein Inn has long been renowned for its warm welcome, generous hospitality and comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. It is the perfect base for touring Stirling, ... More | visit website
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Fernie Castle Hotel (5.18 miles)

Fernie Castle Hotel

Neil and Mary Blackburn privately own Fernie Castle Hotel. This 14th century Castle is situated near Cupar in the heart of the Ancient “Kingdom of Fife”.

Neil and Mary personally supervise the complete operation of this ... More | visit website

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