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Auld Mill House Hotel & Restaurant

We offer 8 bedroom hotel with restaurant and bar.

Restaurant offers fresh home cooked food using local produce, open 7 days lunch 11.45 to 2.45, dinner 5.30 to 8.30, high teas Sunday 3.00 to 6.30.

Bar offers lunches and evening meals with Sky sport available.

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Halbeath Road
Dunfermline
KY11 4LF

contact details

Tel: 01383 732 152
Web: http://www.auldmillhousehotel.com/
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£40 - £60

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We offer 8 bedroom hotel with restaurant and bar. 

Restaurant offers fresh home cooked food using local produce, open 7 days lunch 11.45 to 2.45, dinner 5.30 to 8.30, high teas Sunday 3.00 to 6.30. 

Bar offers lunches and evening meals with Sky sport available.

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Auld Mill House Hotel & Restaurant -

The proprietors Alan and Margo Morrison, are always ready to help their guests with any special arrangements needed to make the best of their stay in this lovely part of Scotland.There are eight rooms tastefully decorated rooms all with en-suite facilities, colour television, complimentary tea and coffee tray.

 
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Auld Mill House Hotel Bar and Restaurant
Halbeath Road (opposite Arnold Clark)
Dunfermline
Fife
KY11 4LF

 
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