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Roscobie Farmhouse B&B

This traditional farmhouse run by Mairi Hunter is set on a 400 acre upland Beef and Sheep farm which is run by her husband Peter. Just four miles from Dunfermline and only 3 miles from junction 4 on the M90 motorway, it is an ideal location for exploring central Scotland.

 


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Roscobie farm
Dunfermline
KY12 0SG

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Tel: 01383731571
Web: http://www.roscobiefarmhouse.co.uk/
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£35 per person - £45 per person

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Roscobie is one of the highest farmhouses in Fife, offering outstanding views south as far as the Pentland Hills. It is situated in an extremely peaceful and tranquil setting.

It offers two tastefully presented and comfortable rooms with Ensuite and private facilities. 

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two miles from m90 motorway on the b914 on the dollar saline road.

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