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Hidden between the North Sea coastline and East Neuk countryside, lies 13th century Cambo Country Estate. This is the place to wild swim beyond golden sands, feast in an award-winning cafe, pour drams by the fire, wander in ancient woodlands, spark deep conversations under the stars, and sink into a revitalising stay.
With interconnecting pathways all over the estate - leading to the Georgian walled garden, gift shop, and award-winning cafe at Cambo Gardens, Kingsbarns Distillery, the iconic Kingsbarns Golf Links, sweeping Cambo Sands, historic ruins of Kingsbarns harbour, the Cheesy Toast Shack tucked behind the dunes, and a picture-postcard village - guests are never more than a stroll away from enticing experiences.
When it’s time to rest a while, retreat to a sumptuous suite or guest wing at Cambo House, one of our cosy estate cottages, or embrace the elemental luxury of our sustainably designed cabins - The Hideaway and The Bothy - operated by Off Grid Travel.
Cambo House, sitting at the heart of Cambo Estate, is also a world-class venue for your 3-night wedding. As exclusive guests of Cambo House, rest assured your celebration will be experienced only by you and your treasured loved ones - with a little help from our in-house Cambo team. Will you choose a relaxed welcome BBQ in the Courtyard or dinner in the opulent dining room; a sun-kissed ceremony on the lawn or a fairytale backdrop in The Library; festival-style celebrations in the woodlands or a lavish wedding breakfast in the drawing room? Perhaps you’d enjoy a foot-stomping ceilidh in the historic Coach Yard, followed by a sunny Sunday brunch under the same vaulted glass ceiling? Email email@example.com to request our Wedding Guide.
Explore, play, celebrate, and stay. Cambo welcomes you throughout the seasons.
Fife Golf Trust operates 7 courses across the Kingdom - Auchterderran, Cowdenbeath, Dunnikier Park, Glenrothes, Kinghorn, Lochore
Fife Coastal Path is Scotland’s longest continuous coastal path stretching for 117 miles of spectacular coastline.
John Knox’s Pulpit stands at the top of a captivating valley, Glen Vale, which is truly one of Fife’s hidden gems
A small community woodland in the heart of Fife that gives access to some wonderful countryside walks and mountain biking.
Heartlands of Fife
St Bridget's Kirk is a former church on the outskirts of Dalgety Bay, on the Fife Coastal Path.
Dunfermline & West Fife
The Scottish Clay Shooting Centre is one of the leading clay grounds in the country
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Newburgh Sailing Club is situated in northern Fife on the south shores of the river Tay, along the A913 between Perth to the West
The Artline group was formed in 2015 to showcase the restored art and heritage buildings on the railway through Fife.
V&A Dundee is the only V&A museum in the world outside London. A short journey from Fife across the River Tay and visit
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Ancestral Tours These will take you to where your Scottish Ancestors lived. Tours are mainly in Fife and surrounding coun
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East Neuk of Fife