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Premier Inn: At Fife Leisure Park

This is probably the upper end of the budget chains but it's the one that I'd most likely recommend. It is part of the Fife Leisure Park that lies beside the M90 at junction 3 so there is plenty of choice for restaurants and entertainment (Cinema and leisure centre).

Lots to do on your doorstep and a regular bus service into town.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Business Travel
  • Written March 21, 2008

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Express by Holiday Inn: The best option while on the road

Staying in any Express by Holiday Inn you know what to expect no matter where you may be. The hotel chain is huge and has hotels throughout most of the developed world, they offer a club card scheme where you collect points towards free accommodation. The rooms are standard, clean, comfortable with TV and Tea/coffee making facilities, en-suit facilities are adequate although the towels could be larger and the soap dispensers need a very strong grip to receive any soap or shower gel. The lounge area is bright and spacious with a bar and restaurant offering hot snacks and light meals - not a good option as they are all pre prepared and microwaved. A buffet breakfast is included in the room rate you can choose all or anything ranging from cerials - cheese - cold meats - bread rolls with a choice of preserves, fresh fruit and hot toast Fruit juices and tea and coffee more than enough to start your day.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Road Trip
  • Written February 19, 2007
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Woodside Hotel: A Seaside Retreat

You will find the Woodside Hotel in the village of Aberdour about 20mins drive from Dunfermline.

Aberdour itself is a pretty village and has won the Best Kept Village title.

The rooms are comfortable, clean and well dressed.

Fod is excellent with a choice of bar meals or dinner in the main restaurant.

The Woodside Hotel has a unique feature,In the Clipper Bar, you will see an original stained glass roof which came from a ship called Orontes.It was a mail ship that sailed between Uk and Australia.It came from the captains cabin.


  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written June 8, 2005

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