There is so much to see and do for all ages and abilities.   Our central location provides easy access to all major cities and attractions.

Places to Visit

Culross (less than one mile away)

The Royal Burgh of Culross is certainly worth a visit, a town that time has passed by. Spend time exploring the cobbled streets, the village is full of character and was one of the locations used to film the TV series ‘Outlander’.


Dunfermline (7 miles)

There are a wide number of historical venues such as the Royal Palace, a 12th century Abbey (which is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce and the burial site of 11 other Scottish kings and queens).


The Falkirk Wheel and The Kelpies (14 miles)

The Falkirk Wheel is an exceptional feat of modern engineering and is already being recognised as an inspirational sculpture for the 21st Century and The Kelpies are the world’s largest equine sculptures.

Falkirk Wheel Kelpies

Queensferry (14 miles)

North and South Queensferry are situated either side of the great Forth Estuary, come and admire the Forth Bridges that cross over to Fife, the railway bridge now being a World Heritage Site or spend time exploring Deep Sea World.

Deep Sea World Queensferry Bridges

Bo’Ness (17 miles)

Central Scotland's Steam Railway by the Firth of Forth


Loch Leven (25 miles)

The loch is famous for its connections to Mary Queen of Scots and as Scotland’s largest lowland freshwater loch. Loch Leven Heritage Trail is a unique trail linking natural, historic and cultural heritage around Loch Leven, it is 21km in length and is level and barrier-free for most of its length.

Edinburgh (22 miles)

Scotland’s Capital with Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh Zoo, museums and many other attractions.

Perth (39 miles)

Scotland's ancient capital for five centuries, the 'Fair City' of Perth is now the country's newest city. Bustling, compact and beautifully situated on the banks of the River Tay.

St Andrews (45 miles)

Standing proudly on the east coast of Scotland, the historic town of St Andrews is a jewel in the crown of Fife. Offering panoramic views out across the North Sea, St Andrews is famous for its historic university, medieval streets, gorgeous traditional buildings and, of course, its world famous golf courses.

Stirling (17 miles)

Stirling is a vibrant Scottish city, home to many of Scotland's top attractions including Stirling Castle, Bannockburn and The National Wallace Monument.Enjoy a family day out at Blair Drummond Safari Park, Briarlands Farm or take time to visit the Red Kite centre at Argaty

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park (32 miles)

Enjoy a breathtaking view. An exhilarating ride. Or a moment on the loch shore.

Glasgow (30 miles)

One of Europe’s most vibrant and dynamic cities, that’s been voted the world’s friendliest city.

Glasgow Science Centre is Scotland's must-see visitor attraction presenting concepts of science and technology in unique and inspiring ways.


Devilla Forest (less than 2 miles away)

The forest has a fantastic network of paths that attracts walkers, cyclists and horse riders and is a wonderful place to encourage people to make the most of the outdoors. The red squirrel trail gives children have the opportunity to explore and spot the squirrels, this route is accessible to everyone, of all abilities.

Fife Coastal Path (less than 1 mile away)

The path joins up with the railway line as you near the historic village of Culross.

There is so much for you to discover on the Fife Coastal Path. Stretching for 117 miles from the Firth of Forth in the south, to the Firth of Tay in the north, the route offers an unrivalled walking experience.

The Fife Pilgrim Way (less than 1 mile away)

The Fife Pilgrim Way is an exciting new heritage project that seeks to engage the support of local people and visitors in developing a new long distance walking route through the heart of Fife. The Fife Pilgrim Way is currently in its development phase, after obtaining development funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund in September 2015.

The West Fife Cycle Way (less than 1 mile away)

Fife has one of the UK's most comprehensive cycling networks. Over 350 miles of sign posted cycle network includes a variety of leisure and commuting routes. Terrain varies from off road disused railway tracks to routes in forests and from networks in towns and networks in quiet country lanes.

Callendar Estate, Falkirk (12 miles)

At Callendar Estate you can enjoy a network of single track mountain bike trails to complement the walking and horse riding routes already available. They are easy family friendly routes through attractive woodland.

Gartmorn Dam (10 miles)

The forest trails at Gartmorn Wood make up part of the larger Gartmorn Dam Country Park in Clackmannanshire. The wood itself dates from the 1700’s and provides walkers, cyclists and riders the opportunity to experience a wild array of wildlife as well as spectacular views over the nearby Ochil Hills.

Golf Courses

In Scotland there are over 550 golf courses to choose from - that's more courses per head of population than anywhere else in the world! The range and breadth of Scottish golf courses means that whatever your level and course preference, you'll never be far from fairways and greens suited to you.


There are not many sports which combine peaceful surroundings, a chance for some contemplation and also a few thrills. Yes, fishing is one of our favourites, and Scotland is one of the world's top destinations for freshwater and sea angling, with world-class fishing available across the country throughout the year.

Water Sports (14 miles)

Port Edgar offers amazing opportunities for watersports and is right on the doorstep of Fife, giving you the chance to learn sailing, sea kayaking, power boating and canoeing.

Tapitlaw Riding School (3.5 miles)

Tapitlaw Farm, Comrie, is easily accessed from all areas of Fife and Clackmannanshire, fully equipped stables and horse riding lessons for all ages, from beginners to advanced.

Fastrax (2.5 miles)

The only operator of rage buggies and have the largest fleet of quad bikes in Scotland. Their rage buggy tracks is rated as one of the best in the UK.

Xtreme Karting (12 miles)

High-performance karts for large indoor circuit.

Knockhill Racing Circuit (10 miles)

Scotland's National Motorsport Centre for Driving Experiences, Track Days, Motorsport Events, G0 Karting & Corporate Entertainment.


Odeon Dunfermline (13 miles)

Cineworld Falkirk (11 miles)

Vue Stirling (15 miles)

Swimming Pools & Leisure Centres

Carnegie Leisure Centre, Dunfermline (6 miles)

Marina Centre Falkirk (12 miles)

The Peak, Stirling (15 miles)

Perth (34 miles) & Kinross (19 miles) Leisure Centres


Bowl Plex, Dunfermline (13 miles)

Pro Bowl, Falkirk (12 miles)

AMF Bowling, Stirling (16 miles)

Places to Eat

The Red Lion Inn, Culross

The Red Lion can be found in the heart of the historical village of Culross. A cosy inn with traditional features, a classic pub style menu and global favourites, plus real ales and outside tables. Situated along the Fife Coastal path, it’s an ideal place to stop off and enjoy great food and refreshments.

Tel: 01383 880225

The Biscuit Café, Culross

Biscuit Cafe is a small cafe serving amazing coffee, teas, soup, sandwiches and other hot and cold food. They have incorporated the gallery space next door to include more cafe seating but also to bring works of art and pottery into the cafe. Downstairs you can find the Greengate Gallery, a gift shop selling a range of contemporary Scottish jewellery, art, textiles, crafts and gifts.

Tel: 01383 882050

Bessie’s Café, Culross

Can be found at Culross Palace, serving vegan, vegetarian and conventional meals, all prepared in house. Take time to explore the Palace and gardens and the historic village and treat yourself to lunch or coffee at Bessie’s Café.

Tel: 07742 537301

Limekilns Hotel and Bistro

The Hotel & Bistro is a family run business in the historic village of Limekilns situated on the Firth of Forth, offering the very best food and drink from British classics to bistro favourites. The menu is a favourite with guests and locals alike and will not disappoint. Fresh and tasty local produce served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with the focus on quality food without the fuss.

Tel: 01383 872999

The Elgin, Charlestown

The Elgin Hotel is a beautiful country house hotel situated in the tranquil and picturesque village of Charlestown. Lunch or dinner can be enjoyed looking out to the beautiful view over the Firth or Forth, The Pentland Hills and the world famous Forth Bridges.

Tel: 01383 872257

The Carnock Inn, Carnock

One of the oldest buildings in Carnock Village, the main part of the Inn dating back to the 16th century and the date of 1669 is carved on to the top of the back door. Using the freshest local produce, each dish is freshly prepared in their kitchen and presented to the highest standards. Catering for every taste with pub favourites, great steaks, burgers and one of the best steak pies in the region.

Tel: 01383 850381

Fairley’s Garden Centre, Cairneyhill

A locally run family business with knowledgeable, friendly staff. Relax in their Topiary Tree Coffee Shop for lunch and home baking. A fabulous garden centre where you can spend time browsing and enjoy the wonderful colours and scents of all the plants.

Tel: 01383 880223

Ilario’s Fish and Chips, Kincardine (currently closed due to fire damage, opening again soon)

The best fish and chip shop in the area, with a sit in restaurant too. We are regular visitors when I can’t be bothered cooking or have nothing in the fridge…….

Tel: 01259 730455

The Dutch Inn, Skin Flats

The Dutch Inn provides cuisine catering to the highest standards, serving both traditional dishes as well as providing the experience of fresh culinary ideas in the stylish ambience of their eatery.

Tel: 01324 483015