Fife has many traditional and quaint beer gardens where you can enjoy dining al fresco, or a refreshing drink when the sun shines. Here's a selection...
The Ship Inn, Elie
A picturesque setting overlooking the beach and the cottages of this pretty village in the East Neuk, it's the perfect place to enjoy a chilled drink. During the summer months you can also watch the pub's beach cricket team play on the sand!
The Jigger Inn (St Andrews)
Scottish pub hospitality at its best with a traditional beer garden and a fantastic selection of beers to cool you down on a sunny day. Set in the Home of Golf, perfect for golf fans to chill after a round.
With frequently changing menus and traditional real ales, both food and drink can be enjoyed in the Ceres Inn’s beer garden situated alongside the Ceres Green and Burn. A great location to socialise whilst taking in the Fife summer sun or enjoying the long warm evenings. Why not enjoy a visit to the Fife Folk Museum while you're there.
Enjoy al freso drinks and dining in the heart of Dunfermline's heritage quarter. The perfect pitstop on a day out exploring Scotland's newest city!
The Bank (Anstruther)
In the popular East Neuk village of Anstruther, home to award-winning fish and chips, why not stop off and enjoy a refreshment in the beer garden of the former residents garden.
The Burntisland Sands Hotel (Burntisland)
Close to the beautiful coastal town of Burntisland, stop off to enjoy a drink or bite to eat in the outdoor dining area which has been refurbished. Over the summer don't miss the Fair which pitches up for a few weeks. And if you're feeling energetic, why not climb The Binn!
Cafe Continental (Kirkcaldy)
Enjoy outside dining and drinks in the heart of the Lang Toun. And if the sun's out why not enjoy a walk in one of Kirkcaldy's beautiful parks including Ravenscraig Park and Beveridge Park.
West End Bar (Pittenweem)
The West End Bar is Pittenweem's cosy village pub, welcoming regulars and visitors alike. There's a sunny beer garden where you can enjoy a refreshment. The bar is very dog friendly so you are welcome to bring yours along (but keep it on its lead please). Perfect place to stop off if you're exploring the East Neuk or walking the Fife Coastal Path.