Dolphin watching. Clifftop castles. Coastal paragliding. Welcome to Fife. It’s home to the historic town of St Andrews and the third oldest university in the English speaking world. Royal Fact: It’s where Prince William and Kate met. Also, don’t miss the wild eastern coast of Scotland where you can spot dolphins and even whales. Stay in one of our hotels in Fife and you’ll have more than your fair share of adventure. If you’re lucky, you may even spot the Northern Lights. Keep your fingers crossed.

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Book a hotel in Fife and you’re close to the renowned home of golf St Andrews, one of the oldest course in the world  Visit the iconic Swilcan Bridge, and take your portrait and join the hundreds of sportsmen to do similar. The course is 22.9 miles from our Glenrothes Hotel. Even if you’re not a golfer, you’ll still appreciate its stunning coastal spot. After a round, make your way down to West Sands Beach where you may spot dolphins and/or seals. No luck? Visit Deep Sea World. for guaranteed sightings. If you’re with any Harry Potter fans, visit Stirling Castle. The Hogwarts-esque cliff top castle is enough to fill any mind with the wonder of magic. If you can’t wizard your way home, our Kinross M90 Hotel is 22.9 miles away by car. 

Things to do in Fife

The expanse of space in Scotland makes it the perfect place to try extreme sports. There are many places near Fife that offer daredevil activities such as hover crafting and paragliding. If you’re more for safety than peril, take a day trip to Edinburgh. It’s only 24.6 miles from our Dunfermline Hotel, and the journey gives you stunning views of the nine-mile long Forth Bridge as you travel over the Firth of Forth. For a hit of history, visit Dunfermline Abbey and Pittencreiff Park on your way to or from. Both are 3.5 miles from our Dunfermline Hotel.