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The Accessible Kingdom of Fife

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Euansguide.com is a listings and review website that helps disabled people and their families know which venues are truly accessible. The team at Euan's Guide love coming to Fife and have given us their recommended itinerary for an accessible trip to the Kingdom. 
Seaside train ride

Seaside train ride

There are numerous routes into the Kingdom of Fife, but if you’re coming from across the Firth of Forth, arriving by train is well worth the views from the impressive world heritage Forth Rail Bridge. Kirkcaldy Railway Station has a 4 star review on Euan’s Guide as it has lifts to both platforms, an RNIB React service for audio description, and good clear signage throughout. 

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A lodge break amidst the trees

A lodge break amidst the trees

In the seaside village of Lundin Links, Homelands Trust Fife have four self-catering lodges overlooking Lundin Golf Course and the Firth of Forth. The cottages have multiple 5 star reviews on Euan’s Guide and offer a range of accessible accommodation features including an induction loop, wet room, overhead hoist and accessible toilets all in a beautiful and comfortable setting. 

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A feast for foodies

A feast for foodies

Stock up on delightful local produce at Blacketyside Farm Shop just outside Lundin Links. The shop includes quality butcher meat, fresh fruit and veg and tasty farm ingredients. Blacketyside Farm Shop has a 5 star review on Euan’s Guide for good parking and welcoming staff. It’s the perfect place to gather food for a seaside or garden picnic!

Paradise at the quayside

Paradise at the quayside

Head around the coast to the picturesque fishing village of Anstruther where you can sit overlooking the harbour. Have your binoculars at the ready as seals and puffins can sometimes be spotted in the distance. The Quayside has a 4 star review on Euan’s Guide for its level access and nearby spacious toilet.

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Award-winning cuisine and a fabulous cocktail bar

Award-winning cuisine and a fabulous cocktail bar

St. Andrews is a popular town and a great food and drink destination. Swing by this great location to try restaurants like The Adamson, Scottish Restaurant of the Year 2015, which has a 5 star review on Euan’s Guide. More than just a restaurant, The Adamson is also a stylish cocktail bar, and according to one of our reviewers it has plenty of room around the tables and a great accessible toilet. 

Old cinemas make the best theatres

Old cinemas make the best theatres

A trip to the theatre is a great way to spend an evening when on holiday. Head to the Alhambra Theatre in Dunfermline to catch some live music and entertaining performances. This converted cinema has a 4 star review on Euan’s Guide for its good wheelchair access and large accessible toilet. 

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Fife Historic Highlights

Fife Historic Highlights

Joanna Rodgers, Operations Officer at MUSA (Museum of the University of St Andrews) shares top tips on her favourite historic highlights to visit on a day out in the Kingdom, as well as where to eat out.

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Distillery & Brewery Trail

Distillery & Brewery Trail

Take in scenic Fife and savour delicious locally produced craft beers, gin and spirits along the way. 

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Hidden Golf Treasures

Hidden Golf Treasures

Fife is known all over the world as the Home of Golf with the most famous course in the world - the Old Course at St Andrews - at the top of many golfers must visit list. But we also have lots of other wonderful courses and we've picked a selection which are well worth playing.

 

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Cycling the Fife Coast

Cycling the Fife Coast

Keen cyclist and Sustainability Researcher James Bonner took a 3 day cycle around the Fife coast, taking in some of its natural and cultural attractions.

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