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Garvock House Hotel

Garvock House Hotel stands handsomely in an elevated position overlooking historic Dunfermline.

Set amidst lush gardens, it marries the convenience of a town centre location with the peaceful feel of a countryside retreat.

address

St. John's Drive
Dunfermline
KY12 7TU

contact details

Tel: 01383 621067
Web: www.garvock.co.uk/
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Average price per night

£80.00 - £160.00 Per night, double occupancy room.

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About

The 200-year-old house has elegantly restored original features and contemporary twists of chic styling which make it a unique choice for weddings and meetings, special family occasions or informal lunches with friends.

Step through the pillared doorway to enjoy the warmth of a family-run hotel renowned for its generous hospitality. Unwind in restaurants where Garvock’s chefs use only the freshest seasonal ingredients and serve cuisine widely acclaimed as the finest in West Fife. And prolong your relaxation with an overnight stay in one of 26 bedrooms, all different in style and character yet equally inviting.

Whatever you’re looking for in a hotel, Garvock has it all.



  • Opening Times
  • Mon: 07.00 - 23.00
  • Tue: 07.00 - 23.00
  • Wed: 07.00 - 23.00
  • Thu: 07.00 - 23.00
  • Fri: 07.00 - 23.00
  • Sat: 07.00 - 23.00
  • Sun: 07.00 - 23.00
  • Reception opening hours. 7 days a week. Varies on public holidays (Christmas eve, Christmas day, boxing day, new years day)

Rooms
Garvock House Hotel - Standard Room

Standard Room

The perfect place to drift off & dream…

Our standard rooms are available as twins or doubles beds for 1 or 2 person occupancy. However, they are spacious enough to add additional bed for children. Our rooms feature the following as standard:

  • Queen double bed or standard twin

  • Ensuite with bath & over head shower

  • Gilchrist & Soames toiletries

  • Television & dvd player

  • Hairdryer & ironing board

  • Fluffy bathrobes

  • Complimentary tea, coffee, hot chocolate & biscuits, replenished daily

  • Fast, free WiFi

  • Pet friendly rooms include dog bed & little treat!

Deluxe Room

We have 4 deluxe rooms available. Two of these deluxe rooms are part of the origional housde & boast from high Georgian ceilings & traditional fireplace. 

  • Ensuite with bath & shower

  • Gilchrist & Soames toiletries

  • Television with freeviw channels & dvd player

  • Docking station for personal music and USB charging

  • Hairdryer & ironing board

  • Fluffy bathrobes

  • Complimentary tea, coffee, hot chocolate & biscuits, replenished daily

  • Fast, free WiFi

Facilities
  • Bath available
  • Coffee/tea
  • Conference rooms
  • Cots available
  • Cyclists welcome
  • Diets
  • Disabled parking on site
  • DVD player
  • Eating out
  • Ensuite bath and/or shower for all bedrooms
  • Evening meals available
  • Family rooms available
  • Full liquor licence
  • Garden
  • Golf course (nearby)
  • Ground rooms
  • Hair dryers
  • Historic building
  • iPod docking station
  • Ironing
  • Linen
  • Lounge
  • Meal service available
  • No Smoking
  • Pets Welcome
  • Private bath and/or shower for all bedrooms
  • Private car park
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Shops (nearby)
  • Shower
  • Telephone in bedrooms/self catering unit
  • Television
  • Twin/double rooms available
  • Veg diets
  • Wheelchair Access
  • WiFi
Directions

Located a short drive from the M90, in the heart of Dunfermline town centre. 

Exit the M90 for Dunfermline and head along the A907 Halbeath Road. Once passed the Dunfermline Athletic Football grounds, turn left at the mini roundabout on to Garvock Hill, then right on to St John's Drive. Garvock House Hotel is situated on the right hand side. 

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