Falkland Palace, Garden and Old Burgh
Falkland Palace, Garden and Old Burgh


County - Fife | Map
Tel code: 01337 | code search
Postcode: KY15 | code search
Population: 1200
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Folk Customs:
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The Big Tent: Scotland’s Festival of Stewardship

Dunedin Dancers 19th International Folk Festival

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Stag Inn Restaurant Bar
"Lovely quiet pub with fantastic food. The lady was so friendly and pleasant and nothing was too much trouble..My friends and myself spent a pleasant couple of hours over ..." More

Lomond Tavern
"The food was well presented and looked really good. I had the roast pork which was very tasty but they must have used a gravy mix which contained MSG ..." More

Green House Chinese Restaurant
"good food but the woman who takes the orders is a bit rude

Date visited: 20 03 2010 ..." More

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Falkland is a town situated at the north foot of the East Lomond Hill, in the heart of the Kingdom of Fife. The town received its Royal Charter in 1458. Falkland is small but picturesque, with traditional shops, restaurants, pubs, hotels and lodges. Its unique charm and history led to Falkland being recognised as the first conservation village in Scotland. Architecturally the burgh is of great interest with many houses being over 300 years old having the thatched roofs replaced with pantiles. The layout is typically medieval with main street and narrow cross wynds. There is the Old Town House, Moncreif House, the Parish Church and many more. In the 14th century the Macduff’s castle ruled from this strategic site, foundations of the castle can be traced in the grounds of Falkland Palace. The Palace was built by King James II, one of the finest examples of French renaissance architecture. It was built to accommodate the royal court and used mainly as a hunting lodge. Fire destroyed the east range of the palace in 1654 and the court never returned. The National Trust for Scotland restored the palace in 1954. Britain’s oldest tennis court was built here in 1539, there is a Horsemarket, a cricket club and a nine hole golf course

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Lomond Tavern
Malt Barn Inn


Green House Chinese Restaurant
Stag Inn Restaurant Bar


Falkland House School
Falkland House School
Falkland Primary School


R Beveridge Violin Shop
Cottage Craft Centre
Maspie House
The Hayloft
The Wee Bakers
Pillars of Hercules Organics

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The Bruce Inn (0.09 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 (0.12 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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The Kilnhouse B+B (1.05 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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Lomond Hills Hotel & Leisure Centre (1.92 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

Myres Castle (2.22 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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Balgeddie House Hotel (3.11 miles)

Balgeddie House Hotel

Balgeddie House Hotel, Superbly set within its own beatifully landscaped grounds and gardens in the centre of the Kingdom of Fife, its the perfect location for either a tranquil business stay, holiday break, private function ... More | visit website

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The Greenside Hotel (3.54 miles)

The Greenside Hotel
The Greenside hotel in Glenrothes, Fife is family owned and managed accommodation situated at the foot of the Lomond Hills in the village of Leslie, an ideally situated base for a plethora of interests and ... More | visit website
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Rescobie Hotel (3.87 miles)

Rescobie Hotel
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Balbirnie House (3.95 miles)

Balbirnie House

Balbirnie is a quite unique, multi-award winning hotel combining understated luxury with superb service and outstanding value. A delightful old Georgian house, Balbirnie is Grade A listed circa 1777, and sits as the centrepiece ... More | visit website

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Edenshead Stables B & B (4.09 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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