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


288 High Street

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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

Ravenscraig Park

Ravenscraig Park

Ravenscraig Park connects Kirkcaldy to the former fishing village Dysart and also forms part of the Fife Coastal Path.

The Mercat Shopping Centre

The Mercat Shopping Centre

At Mercat shopping centre, you will find more than 30 shops. Including fashion brands, coffee shops, tech, travel and much more.

The Buffalo Farm

The Buffalo Farm

The Buffalo Farm has Scotland's largest herd of water buffalo. The farm shop has a fantastic butchery and stocks local produce. 

The Penny Farthing

The Penny Farthing

The Penny has been a historical part of Kirkcaldy high Street for nearly 40 years. We guarantee a warm, traditional and friendly atmosphere. Stop by today! 

Kirkcaldy Town House

Kirkcaldy Town House

The Town House in Kirkcaldy is a Scandinavian influenced building, by architects David Carr and William Howard of Edinburgh who won a design competition. 

Kirkcaldy Old Kirk

Kirkcaldy Old Kirk

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...

Seafield Tower

Seafield Tower

Discover Seafield Tower, Kirkcaldy. Scotland is littered with ruined fortresses, but this sixteenth-century castle on the Fife coastal path tells its own unique story.

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