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Ahaven

We offer centrally located, luxury accommodation at a reasonable price in Kirkclady. 


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288 High Street
Kirkcaldy

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Tel: 01592 267779
Web: www.ahaven.co.uk
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Each room has its own en-suite facilities, is furnished with a color TV, DVD player and freeview box. Each room also has its own tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryer. Some rooms have sea views overlooking the Forth.

Our Traditional Scottish Breakfast consists of the best back bacon, eggs, sausages, hash browns, fried bread, tomatoes and toast. We also offer a full cooked vegetarian breakfast, or if you prefer something lighter we offer it continental style. Fancy sampling our porridge? Let us know the night before, and we’ll have some ready and piping hot for you next morning.

Ahaven now accepts all major credit cards (except American Express) + 3% handling fee.

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Things to do in Kirkcaldy

A selection of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy

The Bakers Field

The Bakers Field

Located in the heart of Kirkcaldy, in the Kingdom of Fife Your local artisan tea and coffee house Enjoy our real, healthy food and small batch, homemade cakes It's love at first bite!

Kirkcaldy Seafield Beach

Kirkcaldy Seafield Beach

Seafield Beach is one of six Rural award beaches situated along the Fife coastline.

Kirkcaldy Rugby Football Club

Kirkcaldy Rugby Football Club

Community rugby club with Men's 1st and 2nd XV teams, also Ladies, Youths, Wee Blues and over 35s (Zingari).

Kirkcaldy War Memorial Gardens

Kirkcaldy War Memorial Gardens

The War Memorial Gardens in Kirkcaldy provide a touching tribute to those who fought and died in the World Wars

Kirkcaldy Golf Club

Kirkcaldy Golf Club

Kirkcaldy Golf Course was designed by the famous Tom Morris in 1904 - a very attractive 18 Hole parkland course designed to challenge golfers of all standards. One of the many features is a traditional Scottish burn which meanders its way by 5 holes throughout the course.

Kirkcaldy Galleries

Kirkcaldy Galleries

Come and explore Kirkcaldy's cultural hub!  Kirkcaldy Galleries offers visitors a library, museum, art gallery, local & family history room, an information desk, cafe, gift shop and children's areas - all under one roof! Also nearby is Kirkcaldy's Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkc...

Beveridge Park

Beveridge Park

Beveridge Park lies to the West of Kirkcaldy, and has lots to enjoy including formal gardens, play areas, a wildlife area and a boating pond. 

Dunnikier Park

Dunnikier Park

Dunnikier Park lies to the north of Kirkcaldy and is an idyllic setting, situated around Dunnikier Park Golf Club and Dunnikier House Hotel

Feuars Arms

Feuars Arms

A historic pub interior of national importance. 

Cupcake Coffee Box

Cupcake Coffee Box

Local artisian coffee shop and bakery selling delicious soup, sandwiches, home baking and more! 

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