The staff were a highlight particularly in the restaurant. They were very friendly and made sure you had everything you wanted. The restaurant was light and airy with access to the garden on a nice day. The bathroom is ready for redecorating as there is minor damage and scuffs.
Friendly staff, food very good and bedrooms, clean and tidy.
The hotel is in a lovely setting, the staff are friendly and helpful and the food was lovely
Good location for town centre.
My room was very clean and tidy with a comfortable bed. Breakfast was always perfectly cooked and my wife and I were always made to feel welcome. A fantastic place to stay.
4 of us stayed here comfortably for 6 nights . Perfect for walking into Dunfermline and Pittencrief Park . Also great for trains into Edinburgh. Also a real plus to have parking in such a central location too. Would definitely recommend to others and we will stay again if we visit Dunfermline again. ...
We loved the location, how it fit all of us comfortably and was in a quiet area. We weren't sure where to dispose of the trash when the bins were full, but a neighbour helped us with that. Lovely place, nicely maintained.
Great location. The apartment was well heated and provided everything we need for a family of 5.
Staff were friendly and helpful. Room was lovely and clean. Hotel in a central location.
Once a royal capital of Scotland, Dunfermline is a large Fife town occupying a place near the banks of the Firth of Forth. Stay in this picturesque city and recharge your batteries with a round of golf.
There are many places to stay in this vibrant Scottish city. Finding accommodation like romantic boutique bed and breakfasts, family-friendly inns, luxury hotels with spa facilities and conference rooms is easy in Dunfermline, and even easier if you use Expedia’s search tool to browse and book the right hotel for your stay.
Take some time to play a round at the Dunfermline Golf Club, founded in 1887 and wending its way around the beautiful 15th century Pitfirrane House. Play on the same grounds that King James I of Scotland played –amid over 600 years of golfing history, enthusiasts of this sport will feel right at home on these ancient grounds.
Being the former capital of Scotland means that Dunfermline has wonderful historical points of interest like the 12th century abbey where Robert the Bruce was laid to rest, the royal palace, and further from the centre, the beautiful medieval Kellie Castle and gardens.
Rest and relax by pursuing sport and leisure in Dunfermline, or wander through the city’s attractions, and you’ll soon find yourself booking your return trip to this part of Scotland.
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