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Auld Mill House Hotel (B&B)
Halbeath Road, Halbeath, Dunfermline, Scotland Very Good 8.3
  • "Far enough away from the M90 as you head in towards Dunfermline is the quiet Auld Mill House, ideal for a good nights R&R or B&B away from the hustle & bustle of it all. Its cheap, cosy and comfortable and the bar prices were excellent." NorthernRover NorthernRover Review Score; 8.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
The City Hotel
Bridge Street, Dunfermline, Scotland Very Good 8.0
  • "Great location and great bed and breakfast prices at the City Hotel in Dunfermline meant we stayed their rather than in Edinburgh, which seemed costly for this time of year. We were given a good sized modern room, which we were more than happy with as their was ample toiletries for our 3 night stay. Breakfast was plentiful and tasty and served by friendly, attentive and polite staff sadly lacking in parts of the South." E Peterson E Peterson Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Rooms At 29 Bruce Street (B&B)
29-35 Bruce Street, Dunfermline, Scotland Very Good 8.2
  • "If you want a good night out in Dunfermline then you can have it all in one place. With rooms at 29 Bruce St. You get bed and breakfast, plenty of restaurants within minutes or the on site Italian followed by free entry into the nightclub. It was win win all the way for us. Couldn't have planned it better if we tried. A real cracker of a night out and a really good place to stay." Super Sammy Super Sammy Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
The Guildhall and Linen Exchange Wetherspoon
9-83 High Street, Dunfermline, Scotland Fabulous 8.7
  • "Had a pleasant stay here, it’s clean with excellent staff who were warm and friendly. Our room was well equipped, spotless and the bed was very comfortable, it seems to have been recently refurbished too. The location was perfect for us being in the heart of Dunfermline." s anderson s anderson Review Score; 8.0/10
Free WiFi No Smoking Rooms
Davaar House Hotel (B&B)
126 Grieve Street, Dunfermline, Scotland Superb 9.3
  • "Good natured and friendly banter was both given and received during are Commonwealth Games stay. The Hosts were both good humoured and very welcoming. We had a n excellent 3 nights up in Dunfermline at the Davaar. The comfy room had all that we needed, the breakfast setting us up nicely for our days out and Dunfermline being only a 10 minute walk away was a great place to go for an evening meal. Pittencrief park next to the Abbey is also worth a visit if your in the area. Historic St. Margaret s Cave is even closer and quite atmospheric." Simon T Simon T Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
Pitreavie Guest House (B&B)
3 Aberdour Road, Dunfermline, Scotland Exceptional 9.8
  • "If you happen to reach Dunfermline Town by train and are looking for a welcoming B&B then a brisk walk or short taxi journey, should take you to the door of the Pitreavie Guest House. If Jim or Liz know your time of arrival, they'll probably have met you even before you get to the front door. Once inside the place is spotless and well kept with a lovely garden outside to. The room was large and comfortable and the breakfasts perfect. The Abbey and Palace was only a mile down the road and has a lovely park next door. There was parking and free wi-fi but we used neither - much prefer my feet and a map." Pat and Graham Pat and Graham Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Hillview House B&B
9 Aberdour Road, Dunfermline, Scotland Superb 9.3
  • "It’s where I’d stayed if I visited Dumfermline again. I’m not often so convinced by a place that I’d book again, but here we are." john smith john smith Review Score; 9.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Pitbauchlie House Hotel
Aberdour Road, Dunfermline, Scotland Fabulous 8.7
  • "Pitbauchie House in Dunfermline may have not been the obvious choice for a bed and breakfast stop over whilst watching the Scotland match at Murrayfield. But needs must and it allowed a group of us to catch up with friends nearby. That said we were by the ground in about an hour and there was a good catch up and banter en-route. Didn't get the win we wanted but at least their was a bar to drown the sorrows when we returned. The staff were fabulous the breakfast a feast and my room was more than I needed, definitely beating most of my recent stays in Edinburgh." Damian K Damian K Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
King Malcolm Hotel
Queensferry Road, Pitcorthie, Dunfermline, Scotland Fabulous 8.5
  • "The King Malcolm was only a short drive away from the centre of Dunfermline and had the added bonus of a bar which most bed and breakfast places don't offer. After a hard day on the road or in meetings its always nice to have a relaxing beer and not have to worry about how your getting back to your place of rest for the evening. The rooms are comfy, the staff polite and friendly and there's plenty of parking and free Wi-fi." S Churcher S Churcher Review Score; 8.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed Disabled Rooms Billiards No Smoking Rooms
Adamson Hotel
27 Main Sreet, Croford, Dunfermline, Scotland Very Good 8.4
  • "Pitfirrane may be on a main road, but once the early evening traffic has come out of Dunfermline then it does quieten down a lot. Our room on the ground floor was to the rear and really quiet. Being up for a friends bash meant we didn't have an evening meal but the breakfast was fantastic. The staff are lovely and friendly and the whole place has a warm a cosy feel to it once your inside." Archie Archie Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Best Western Plus Dunfermline Crossford Keavil House Hotel
Main Street, Crossford, Dunfermline, Scotland Fabulous 8.7
  • "We had a superb all round stay at Keavil House for a few nights B&B break. I was a bit sceptical at first when told we were staying in a Best Western as previous experiences hadn't been the best, but was told to keep an open mind and be in for a surprise. I couldn't believe it when we arrived, fantastic grounds, a lovely house, friendly staff and the room was huge as was the bathroom. I'd been booked in for a bit of a pamper session in the Spa, which relaxed me no end. The pool and steam room were perfect after days out in Dunfermline, Edinburgh and Stirling." Mrs H Childs Mrs H Childs Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Indoor Pool Disabled Rooms Fitness Room No Smoking Rooms
Holiday Inn Express Dunfermline
Halbeath, Dunfermline, Scotland Superb 9.0
  • "Like Premier Inn, the Holiday Inn chain has upped its game in recent years. Which was excellent news for me as I was attending an event at the Carnegie Conference Centre a short walk away. With nice easy access off the M90 it made my trip pretty stress free. The rooms are far better than of old and I actually enjoyed my stay. There was free Wi-fi - were getting there eventually, which for us business users was excellent news, plenty of tea and coffee and warm pleasant staff. Handy for both Dunfermline and Edinburgh, whether here for business or leisure." Driving N2S Driving N2S Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Balmule House
KY12 0RZ, Dunfermline, Scotland Exceptional 9.7
  • "Near Loch Fitty just North of Dunfermline and we were in heaven. Balmule House was simply stunning, we didn't want to leave, but then again we can always come back & we will. The house, grounds and super sized rooms and en-suites were just awesome, we only just about managed to see Dunfermline - so we'll have to be back. Many thanks to Duncan & Margaret for making our stay so wonderful, a perfect start to our Scottish Tour." Mita S Mita S Review Score; 9.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Limekilns Hotel and Bistro
40 Main Street, Limekilns, Dunfermline, Scotland Fabulous 8.9
  • "With views over the Forth and a fantastic location in general, the rooms decor can be slightly forgotten about. We had been to Limekilns before, for an evening meal and one of us had to drive back home, so this time we decided on giving their B&B a go. The breakfast and the staff were once again fabulous, for the price I would have expected a better standard of furniture in the room but it was only for a night and did spare a drive home." Mr G O'conner Mr G O'conner Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Sweet Chestnut by Marston's Inns
11 Fife Leisure Park, Dunfermline, Scotland Fabulous 8.8
  • "This is a lovely hotel with excellent staff who were all very friendly. We had a lovely family break here, our room was a good size and was impeccably clean and beds were nice and comfy. The food served here was really good and we enjoyed a lovely breakfast in the mornings which was served in the pub next door." Bonita Bonita Review Score; 8.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
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The ancient capital of Scotland, Dunfermline, is drenched in history and is home to some of the country's top historical attractions. The town is also associated with a number of famous people from history; Robert the Bruce was laid to rest here while Andrew Carnegie, the famous industrialist and philanthropist who lived in America in his later life, was born in the town. Dunfermline is a great UK holiday destination, with a wealth of local attractions as well as access to Edinburgh in around 30 minutes, and the scenic towns and villages of the East Neuk area within driving distance.

With such a proud heritage, Dunfermline has a number of historical attractions, such as the 15th century Abbot House, Aberdour Castle, dating back to the 1200s and Falkland Palace, used as a royal residence from the time of the Stewarts. More contemporary, family attractions include Scotland's National Aquarium while must-see attractions just outside the town include the picturesque village of Culcross and the beautiful countryside of Lochore Meadows.

The home of the local football team, Dunfermline Athletic Football Club, is located on the outskirts of the town while a variety of other sports are also catered for. Outdoor sports and activities can be found on the region's many golf courses and, walking paths and the local jet-ski centre while a leisure centre features swimming pools and facilities for a range of other indoor sports.

Dunfermline was a thriving centre of industry for centuries, manufacturing goods such as textiles and machinery. While light industry still plays a role in the local economy today, more prominent industries include finance, education and services.

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