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Many, many thousands of years of wind, rain and sun have created this spectacular, mushroom-shaped rock formation near the village of Gateside. The Bunnet Stane’s sandstone ‘bunnet’, which is about four metres across, appears to be balancing on a slim sandstone stalk and is one of several unusual – and highly-Instagrammable - rock formations on the lower slopes of West Lomond.
Just along from the Bunnet Stane is a small room carved into the hillside – The Maiden’s Bower. According to local legend, a heartbroken maiden lived here after the murder of her lover, who was from a rival family.
John Knox’s Pulpit stands at the top of a captivating valley, Glen Vale, which is truly one of Fife’s hidden gems
Cupar & North Fife
Situated on the Fife Coastal Path, Macduff's Castle is a ruined castle near East Wemyss.
Heartlands of Fife
We bought a derelict Windmill Cottage in 1996 and started the first phase of renovation. In August 2007, we decided to convert the
Welcome to The Cow Shed! The Cow Shed has been a part of the Logan family for over 70 years. Originally used to house the
V&A Dundee is the only V&A museum in the world outside London. A short journey from Fife across the River Tay and visit
The Bay and Bridge offers guests a truly memorable break.
Dunfermline & West Fife
Ancestral Tours These will take you to where your Scottish Ancestors lived. Tours are mainly in Fife and surrounding coun
Family run 24 bedroom hotel with leisure facilities. Restaurant, Lounge and Bar open to public.
Cupar & North Fife
Fife’s outdoors offers many attractive opportunities to get out and enjoy the scenery. Whether you&rsqu
Newburgh Sailing Club is situated in northern Fife on the south shores of the river Tay, along the A913 between Perth to the West
St Andrews Angling Club is situated at Cameron Reservoir just outside St Andrews.
If you’re looking for a bespoke whisky tour for you and your group, you’ve come to the right place!
Built well over a century ago, the Rhynd has been owned by the Foster family since the early 1950s, and up until the late 1990s th