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If you are looking for comfortable spotless accommodation in a friendly easy going bed and breakfast where you can come and go as you please, then look no further. Only 35 minutes by train from the heart of Edinburgh and 45 minutes from the famous St Andrews. Invertiel is an ideal base for touring Scotland.
Invertiel has been converted into a very comfortable and stylish home and offers superb quality accommodation in a central location. It has that feeling of warmth and relaxation as soon as you are welcomed at the front door and privacy is assured with your own keys and unrestricted access at all times.
Situated only a 5 minute walk to the centre of Kirkcaldy and only 2 minutes walk to the towns railway and coach stations it offers great value for an over night stay or a week away from it all.
address19 Bennochy Road,
contact detailsTel: +44 (0) 1592 264849
All our rooms are en-suite with LCD televisions and video players, hospitality trays, fruit, sweets, and a delicious breakfast included.
Free parking. Free WIFI.
From the motorway come off at KIRKCALDY WEST.... head for town centre which will take you down ORIEL ROAD.... at the bottom of Oriel Road turn left at the big roundabout opposite the Rail Station... ( on to Forth Avenue ) at the next small roundabout turn left again and we are about 100 mtrs on the left.
Established in 1650 the Kirk of Abbotshall continues to be a focus of Christian worship and social gatherings. Sunday services are held during the year at 11.00am with united services in July. Our Young Church and Crèche meet during the church service in school term time. Abbotshall is ...
Come along and have fun... ...trying one or more of our Extraordinary Experiences including: outdoor Clay Target Shooting, Segways, Footgolf, Driving range, kids Adventure Park, indoor Archery and Air-Rifle Shooting! Theres plenty to do and something for...
irkcaldy Old Kirk is the site of the first Christian worship in Kirkcaldy after the Celtic missionaries brought the faith here in the 5th century. The first written record of the Kirk is in 1244 when the Roman Catholic Bishop de Bernham consecrated the building to St. Patrick and St. Brisse (St. Bry...