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Population: 5700
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Starley Hall School
"I went to the school in the 90,s and I got to say if it wasn't for the staff I would have not been able to do thing I can ..." More

Burntisland Sands Hotel
"Attended for lunch with my family, hotel claims to be family friendly but the regulars certainly say otherwise. My 2 year old son who has autism was crying during lunch to ..." More

Burntisland Sands Hotel
"fantastic hotel realy excellent meals nice clean rooms comfortable beds and kids play area which kept them amused

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Burntisland is a costal resort and former Royal Burgh on the Firth of Forth in Fife. It boasts historical attractions and a High Street with a variety of stores and supermarkets. Burntisland owes it existence to an impressive natural harbour and it is known for its beautiful sandy ‘Blue Flag’ beach. A landmark on the fife coastline is Binn Hill, part of an old volcano it rises 193m above sea level to the north of Burntisland. From the top you see panoramic views across the forth to Inchkeith Island and over to Edinburgh. Rock carvings found on Binn Hill are thought to date back 4000 years. Overlooking the harbour, sited on a cliff stands the Rossend Castle built during the 15th century it was originally residence for the Abbots of Dunfermline. St. Columba’s Church, c1592, now known as the Parish Church is the oldest post-reformation kirk still in regular use. It is historically and architecturally magnificent and listed as one of the ten most historical churches in Scotland. The Beacon Leisure Centre is a popular attraction; the swimming pool has flumes and a wave machine. The Burntisland Golf Club is the eleventh oldest in the World. Annual summer events include the Highland Games and the Civic Week Parade.


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Kingswood Hotel (1.21 miles)

Kingswood Hotel

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This beautiful, independently owned, country hotel, nestled in 2 acres of gardens and woodlands, boasts stunning panoramic views across the Firth of Forth and houses one of the area's best restaurants.
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Aberdour Hotel (2.67 miles)

Aberdour Hotel

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A friendly, family-run hotel situated in one of Fife's picturesque coastal villages, specialising in fresh fare, using local Scottish produce where possible.

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Waterfront Apartments (5.37 miles)

Waterfront Apartments

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Our apartments have fully furnished bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens and are equipped with all you need for your stay. Bedrooms are provided with everything from wardrobes to bed linen.Living rooms ... More

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Ocean Apartments (5.40 miles)

Ocean Apartments

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Ocean Apartments are modern, stylish, contemporary serviced apartments in Edinburgh. All Apartments have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacios lounge, fully equipped kitchen and two bathrooms. The apartments can sleep up to ... More

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Premier Inn Edinburgh Leith (5.56 miles)

Premier Inn Edinburgh Leith
This Premier Inn is located within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre and is close to Ocean terminal and Royal Yacht Britannia. To the rear of the hotel is a beautiful sea view. Our Edinburgh (Leith) ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh - Waterfront (5.83 miles)

Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh - Waterfront
Receive a warm welcome at the Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh-Waterfront hotel, a peaceful base close to the city centre. Complimentary parking means you can come and go at your leisure at the modern Holiday Inn ... More | visit website
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Dunnikier House Hotel (6.00 miles)

Dunnikier House Hotel
For online availability and special internet rates click here The 18th Century character of the hotel, including, many of its original features, have been combined with the modern comforts and amenities of a ... More | visit website
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Falcon Crest Guest House (6.05 miles)

Falcon Crest Guest House
The Clark Family are ready to welcome you to their three storey Victorian terraced home. We offer room only and bed and breakfast rates in our five bedrooms, 3 en-suite and 2 which share a ... More | visit website
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Ahaven Bed & Breakfast (6.15 miles)

Ahaven Bed & Breakfast
This beautiful restored Victorian type accommodation features large, well appointed rooms - in a selection of single, double, twin and family rooms. Each room is approximately thirty-five square metres and has its own en-suite facilities, is ... More | visit website
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Ashgrove B&B (6.15 miles)

Ashgrove B&B
Ashgrove is a 3 Star rated Visit Scotland Bed and Breakfast located in Kirkcaldy. Ashgrove was built in the 1800's originally as a dairy. It has since been converted into a Bed & Braekfast that ... More | visit website

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