Burntisland hotels

Burntisland hotels

BurntislandThe Burntisland hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Burntisland. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of hotels in Burntisland and the surrounding area.

Burntisland is a lively holiday resort and former shipbuilding town. Burntisland is also famous for its Highland Games which are held to be the second oldest in the world. It was from the town’s 16th century church that the Authorised Version of the Bible was proposed in 1601. The town opens onto a wide sandy beach, with a lovely promenade and fine examples of 17th century architecture. Also see Burntisland. If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation you want on this page, you might consider bed and breakfast in Burntisland

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Kingswood Hotel, Kinghorn Road, Burntisland, KY3 9LL
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Visitor attractions and information - Burntisland

visitor attractions

Attractions Aberdour Castle and Gardens, Aberdour. Tel: 01383 860519. The castle is located in the village of Aberdour, near the railway station. Over a 500 year period, the building was added to, to suit the needs of the owners of the day. An L-shaped extension was added in the 1630's, that today is the only complete part of the building, housing the gallery on the upper floor and the tea shop and stable on the ground floor. About 3 miles west of Burntisland.

Aberdour Castle and Gardens

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Attractions Inchcolm Abbey, the island of Inchcolm KY3 0UA. Tel 01383 823332. A medieval abbey located at the centre of the island, in the Firth of Forth. It was founded by King Alexander I of Scotland (1107-24), he was washed ashore there after a shipwreck in 1123, and took shelter in a hermit's hovel. Inchcolm Abbey has the most complete surviving remains of any Scottish monastic house. The ruins are cared for by Historic Scotland. About 3 miles south of Burntisland.

Inchcolm Abbey

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Attractions St Bridget’s Kirk, Dalgety. The shell of a medieval church, altered in the 17th century for Protestant worship. On the west end is a burial vault built for the Earl of Dunfermline. About 6 miles southwest of Burntisland.

St Bridget’s Kirk

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