Crail hotels

Crail hotels

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

Crail is an ancient and charming little town, the most easterly of Fife's fishing ports and has always been a magnet to those who prefer peace and quiet. Although Crail is a very small town, it has an very impressive history. Its royal charter was granted by Robert the Bruce in 1310. Marketgate is the medieval heart of Crail, once the largest marketplace in Europe. Now its size is concealed up by the trees lining the road that runs through it. Golfers enjoy Crail as it is home to one of the oldest clubs in the world - the Balcomie Links. Also see Crail tourist and travel information.

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Central Scotland Attractions

Balcomie Links Hotel, Balcomie Road, Crail, Nr St Andrews, KY10 3TN
Book Online Balcomie Links is a friendly, family run small hotel, situated on the outskirts of Crail near St Andrew's. In Fife's famous and sheltered East Neuk, this is one of the sunniest corners on the East Coast of Scotland.more details Balcomie Links Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Visitor attractions and information - Crail

visitor attractions

Attractions Crail Museum and Heritage Centre, 62-64 Marketgate, Crail, Fife, KY10 3TL. Tel: 01333 450 869. Crail Museum and Heritage Centre, which also houses the Tourist Information Centre, was opened in 1979 in a renovated house at 62 Marketgate. A small local history museum providing an insight into the past life of this ancient Royal Burgh, its Kirk, seafaring tradition, 200 year old golf club and airfield history from 1918 to 1960. Location: In the centre of Crail.

Crail Museum and Heritage Centre

Local attractions Scotland

Attractions The Scottish Fisheries Museum, St Ayles, Harbourhead, Anstruther, Fife KY10 3AB. Tel: 01333 310628. The museum is situated on the harbour front in Anstruther and tells the story of fishing in Scotland and its people from earliest times to the present. It occupies 27,000sq ft including two “A” listed buildings – a 1724 Merchant house and a 16thC Abbot's lodging. There is now a covered boatyard and the latest gallery houses a 78 ft “Zulu” fishing vessel dating from the early 1900's. www.scotfishmuseum.org. About 4 miles southwest of Crail.

The Scottish Fisheries Museum

Scottish Tartan

Attractions Kellie Castle & Garden, Pittenweem, Fife, KY10 2RF. Tel 01333 720271. Kellie Castle was completed around 1606, once home to the Earls of Kellie and was restored by the Lorimer family in 1878. The oldest tower, dating back to 1360, is said to be haunted. Since 1970 Kellie Castle has been in the care of the National Trust for Scotland. About 6 miles southwest of Crail.

Kellie Castle & Garden

Attractions Scotland's Secret Bunker, Crown Buildings, Troywood (near St Andrews), Fife KY16 8QH. Tel:01333 310301. Walk down the 150m entrance tunnel, and then through hermetically-sealed 3 ton blast-proof doors revealing one of the darkest periods of Scotland’s history. About 4 miles west of Crail.

Scotland's Secret Bunker

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