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Welcome to The Cedar Inn

Address: 20 Shore Road, Burntisland, KY3 0TR

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Situated in a pretty village on the south coast of Fife, this traditional inn is less than half a mile from Aberdour Golf Club. It offers free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, and is just a 35-minute train journey from Edinburgh. The Cedar Inn serves light, tasty bites and traditional pub food in its on-site restaurant, and offers a range of ales and beers in the bar. It also has its own whisky bar, with over 100 fine malts. It also hosts frequent live music. Rooms are traditionally furnished, and each benefits from a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms also have an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer. Golfers will find a range of courses in the surrounding area, and there are numerous routes for walking and cycling. Kirkcaldy is a 20-minute drive from The Cedar Inn.

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Dalmeny House - Historical Houses

Dalmeny House - Historical Houses

Distance 4.77 miles (7.64 km)
When Dalmeny House was completed in 1817, it marked a great departure in Scottish architecture; its Tudor Gothic style, with its highly-decorated chimneys and crenellations, looked back toward fanciful 16th-century English mansions, such as Hampton Court. The house was designed by a University friend of the 4th Earl of Rosebery, William Wilkins, who would go on to design the National Gallery in London and much of King's College, Cambridge - parts of which closely resemble Dalmeny. With its Gothic Great Hall and corridor, its large, formal regency apartments and its sweeping views across the Firth of Forth, it is a house which combines comfort and romanticism, and which produced many imitations throughout Scotland.