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Wee Hauf

Close to J3 on the M90 and just 20m from Edinburgh, the Wee Hauf offers self-contained accomodation for one or two persons. With a modern open-plan living space with sofabed, showerroom, and one bedroom opening directly onto a sun-trap patio and private garden, this is a home from home for temporary personnel or visiting business associates. Self-catering accommodation, with linen and towels provided, means the benefits of a hotel but with more freedom and flexibility. The Wee Hauf has excellent transport links by bus and rail, being situated near to the Halbeath Park and Ride bus station with express services and frequent local buses. Retail park and leisure facilities are only a few minutes away. Nightly from £30 to £75. Weekly rental from £150 low, £250 mid to £325 high, plus utilities at cost. Discounts available for longer stays.


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105 Dunfermline Road
Crossgates
Dunfermline
KY4 8AR

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Tel: +44 7824793515
Web: www.homeaway.co.uk/p1985501
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About

This is an ideal location from which you can explore the many attractions of the ancient Kingdom of Fife, from the golfing heritage of the Auld Course at  St. Andrews, to the art gallery in Kirkcaldy, hometown of Jack Vettriano. There are plenty of  local events, theatre and arts, sporting activity and motor racing at the Racewall and Knockhill to enjoy. More than lots of things to do, there's plenty of peace and quiet, so you can relax, in Fife's beautiful countryside and coastline, including the Lomond Hills and Aberdour's Silver Sands beach.

Just 20min from Edinburgh, the Wee Hauf is a short hop to the buzz of Edinburgh for Hogmany or the world renown Festivals, as well as providing a great base to get out and explore Scotland. The Wee Hauf has excellent transport links by bus and rail, being situated near to the Halbeath Park and Ride bus station with express services and frequent local buses. Retail park and leisure facilities are only a few minutes away. It is close to J3 on the M90 so, in under an hour, you can be in Perth, gateway to the Highlands,  visit the C.R.Mackintosh designed tearooms in Glasgow, or relax in Peebles, amongst rolling Borders hills and salmon rivers.

We like living here, come and see why!

Rooms

Unusual bright little house, cosy and comfortable, in small village near historic city of Dunfermline. The Wee Hauf offers you a modern open-plan living space, shower-room, and one bedroom opening directly onto a sun-trap patio and secluded private garden. Lie in bed and listen to the birds sing!

Offering excellent value, the Wee Hauf is available for weekly rental from £150 in low season, £250 mid-season to £325 Aug/Festive season, plus utilities at cost. Short breaks can also be arranged and longer stays are welcome and will receive discount.

The Wee Hauf has an ideal location from which you can explore the many attractions of the ancient Kingdom of Fife, from the golfing heritage of the Auld Course at  St. Andrews, to the art gallery in Kirkcaldy, hometown of Jack Vettriano. There are plenty of local events, theatre and arts, sporting activity and motor racing at the Racewall and Knockhill to enjoy. More than lots of things to do, there's plenty of peace and quiet, so you can relax in Fife's beautiful countryside and coastline, including the Lomond Hills and Aberdour's Silver Sand beach. There's a convenience store in the village and with retail and leisure parks nearby, you don't have far to go to shop, eat out, see a film or go bowling

Just 20min from Edinburgh, the Wee Hauf is a short hop to the buzz of Edinburgh, for Hogmany or the world renown Festivals, as well as providing a great base to get out and explore Scotland. Dunfermline has excellent transport links by bus and rail, and the Wee Hauf is close to J3 on the M90. In under an hour, you can be in Perth, gateway to the Highlands,  visit the C.R.Mackintosh designed tearooms in Glasgow, or relax in Peebles, amongst rolling Borders hills and salmon rivers.

We like living here, come and see why!

Facilities
  • WiFi
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Towels provide on request - free or for hire
  • Television
  • Smoking rooms available
  • Shower
  • Short Breaks available
  • Shops (nearby)
  • Shaver
  • Refrigerator
  • Pets Welcome
  • Microwave
  • Linen
  • Laundry facilities on site
  • Ground rooms
  • Golf course (nearby)
  • Garden
  • Freezer
  • DVD player
  • Drying facilities
  • Cyclists welcome
  • Credit cards
  • Coffee/tea
  • Close to airport
  • CD player available
  • Broadband
Directions

Road Directions

Travelling by car, coming from North or South, leave the M90 at J3, following the sign for the A92 to Dunfermline. At the roundabout, take the exit for the A92 to Kirkcaldy. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Dunfermline Road - B925 and keep going for 100yards and you're there.

From the West, through Dunfermline, follow signs for Kirkcaldy (A92). At J3 on M90 take the exit for the A92 to Kirkcaldy. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Dunfermline Road - B925 and keep going for 100yards. You're there!

 

 

Public Transport Directions

Train: the nearest train stations are in Dunfermline and are served by the Fife circular train service which runs on a loop through Edinburgh. By changing at Inverkeithing you can access train services reaching across Scotland.

Dunfermline (Queen Margaret) train station is 2km away. There is parking at the station but no taxi rank so it's recommended you book a taxi to pick you up. Dunfermline (Town) train station is 4km away. There is parking at the station and a taxi rank and local buses.

Bus: Crossgates is served by the 19/19A and 33 local services into Dunfermline. There are bus stops within 50 yards.There is a transport hub with buses services from all over Scotland at the Halbeath Park & Ride just half a mile away including Stagecoach services X26 (Glasgow to St.Andrews) and X54 (Edinburgh to Dundee).

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Things to do in Dunfermline

A selection of things to do in and around Dunfermline

Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre

25 conference and meeting rooms to choose from, including a dedicated Video Conference Suite and two IT training suites. Rooms can be arranged in a variety of set ups from 1:1 interview settings to 400 delegates theatre style.

Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum

Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum

From Dunfermline to New York and Pittsburgh, unearth the story of the town's famous son.

The Ceramic Cafe

The Ceramic Cafe

Come and visit our paint-your-own pottery studio, enjoy a cappuccino and piece of our famous carrot cake, let the kids run riot in our soft play, then decorate a piece of ceramic for granny and grandad. 

St Margarets Cave

St Margarets Cave

Queen Margaret came to the cave to pray over 900 years ago. Then there was only a wooded path by a stream at the bottom of the valley with a short climb up to the small cave. Now there's a tunnel with 87 steps leading deep underground for you to explore along with a small shop. St Marg...

Craigluscar Activities

Craigluscar Activities

Craigluscar Activities is the place to go for a range of fun and exciting outdoor experiences. Set in the beautiful surroundings of Craigluscar Hill and its community woodland, there is something for everyone, including clay pigeon shooting and rifle shooting. Or how about trying your hand at piloti...

Calais Muir Wood

Calais Muir Wood

A lovely local community woodland which has recently been upgraded with new paths, signage and a nature trail. A historically important ancient woodland which is very popular with local walkers, dog owners and cyclists.  

Dunfermline Golf Club

Dunfermline Golf Club

Golf was played in Dunfermline by King James I (VI of Scotland) and Charles I as long ago as the 16th century.

Lathalmond Railway Museum

Lathalmond Railway Museum

Based in the original locomotive shed at what was Royal Naval Store Depot Lathalmond, Shed47 Railway Restoration Group is actively recreating some of the vast internal railway network that existed on the site until 1971. 

Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

View Scotland's premier collection of vintage buses and memorabilia from the golden age of bus travel. 

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