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Ashgrove B&B

Three Star Visit Scotland rated Bed & Breakfast located 5 mins from town centre and all amenities. Offering comfortable accommodation in twin bed rooms and family room. TV free wi-fi and carparking


213 Nicol Street

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Tel: 01592 561354
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£68 - £115

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AshGrove Bed & Breakfast is located in Central Kirkcaldy in Fife. Minutes from rail and bus stations and a short walk from the town centre. With local attractions only a couple of minutes away and the Internationally renowned attractions of Edinburgh and St. Andrews golf course in close proximity, Ashgrove B&B is the ideal place to stay for a Scottish holiday.


Here's Our Breakfast Menu

Option one
we provide fresh fruit
Fruit Juices, Selection of Cereals, Fresh Grapefruit and other Fresh Fruit.
Option two
We serve omlettes and eggs
Fried, Poached, Boiled, or Scrambled eggs,
Omlette's with a variety of fillings are also served.
Option three
We serve full breakfasts
Bacon, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Potato Scone Sausages, Baked Beans, and Traditional Scottish Haggis.
Option four
We serve toast
Tea or freshly ground Coffee, Toast, Jams and Marmalade.
Ashgrove B&B -

We currently provide 4 bedrooms, ranging in size.

Room 1
Room number one.
Room 1 is a Twin Room. It has two beds, T.V, Video and Tea & Coffee making facilities. There is also a shower and wash area.
Room 2
Room number two.
Room 2 is a Twin Room. It has two beds, T.V & Video, Tea & Coffee making facilities. There is also shower cabinet and wash hand basin.
Room 3
Room number three.
Room 3 is a Twin Room. It has two beds, T.V, Video and Tea & Coffee making facilities. There is also an en-suite with feature double shower.
Family Room
Our Family Room.
Our Family Room has twin beds & bunk beds, T.V & Video, Tea & Coffee making facilities. There is also a modern en-suite with shower and wash hand basin.
  • WiFi
  • Washbasins in bedrooms/rooms
  • Veg diets
  • Twin/double rooms available
  • Television
  • Shower
  • Short Breaks available
  • Shaver
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Private car park
  • Payphone
  • No Smoking
  • Linen
  • Ironing
  • Hair dryers
  • Ground rooms
  • Family rooms available
  • Ensuite bath and/or shower for all bedrooms
  • DVD player
  • Disabled parking on site
  • Diets
  • Cyclists welcome
  • Credit cards
  • Cots available
  • Coffee/tea
  • Close to airport

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