Experience a day in the life of the Stuart monarchs and visit the stunning Falkland Palace, which was a favourite place of Mary, Queen of Scots. Part of the Palace is in ruins but the original and reconstructed rooms are packed with 17th-century Flemish tapestries, elaborate painted ceilings and antique furnishings.The beautiful, tranquil grounds are worth a visit alone. They are home to the oldest Real or Royal tennis court in Britain, built for King James V.view business
St Andrews Castle is a picturesque ruin located in St Andrews...explore the seige mine and view the 'bottle dungeon'.view business
Kellie Castle dates from as early as the 14th century and is one of Fife's hidden gems. The stunning grounds and garden could easily be a day out in themselves.view business
Home to over 17,000 objects, the museum tells the story of golf’s development from the Middle Ages to the present day. It re-opened last year after major refurbishment and is one of Fife's top visitor attractionsview business
A great place for lunch following your visit to Falkland Palace is Pillars of Hercules - an organic farm shop and cafe - where they serve tasty freshly prepared food from warming soups to scrumptious salads.
A year round haven in the picturesque East Neuk and close to Kellie Castle, the Cocoa Tree is a fantastic place for a coffee or lunch. Their specialities include Intense Hot Chocolate, chocolate cake and a bean soup.view business