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The Victoria Hotel

The Victoria Hotel is centrally situated, close to rail and bus links within Kirkcaldy. 


28 Victoria Road


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Tel: 01592 260117
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This property is 7 minutes walk from the beach. A few minutes from the train and bus stations in Kirkcaldy, Victoria Hotel has free private parking and a restaurant serving a range of good meals.

The Victoria Hotel has a lounge and 2 dining rooms, one of which welcomes children. Wireless internet access is available in public areas.

The Victoria is within an hour's travel of Edinburgh, Dundee and Perth, making it an ideal location to visit Scotland. There are 5 golf courses within 10 minutes of the hotel. 

Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 8 for a two-person trip.

Guests said they enjoyed the coffee at this property.

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Victoria Hotel has been welcoming guests since 1 Mar 2010

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Things to do in Kirkcaldy

A selection of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy

The Novar Bar

The Novar Bar

The Novar Bar is a traditional local bar based in Kirkcaldy. When it comes to great drink, food and a lively friendly pub, this is the place to be!

Cupcake Coffee Box

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The Mercat Shopping Centre

The Mercat Shopping Centre

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Ravenscraig Park

Ravenscraig Park

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

Ravenscraig Castle

Ravenscraig Castle

The castle is considered one of the first in Scotland to be built to withstand cannon fire. Begun for James II in 1460, the castle consists of two round towers linked by a cross range. The west tower was the residence of James II’s widow, Queen Mary of Gueldres. The castle is considered one...

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...

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

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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