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Dunnikier House Hotel
Dunnikier Park

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For online availability and special internet rates click here The 18th Century character of the hotel, including, many of its original features, have been combined with the modern comforts and amenities of a Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Hotel.

The Oswald Room creates a sumptuous setting for dining, where life ambience is more than matched by the skills of our award winning chefs.

Meals and snacks are also served in the Carriages Bar, which is well stocked with a variety of beers, Scottish Ales and a growing collection of over 70 Malt Whiskies.

The Hotel has 15 comfortably furnished bedrooms with colour television, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press and hair drier. For our business guests a modem link is provided.

The Dunnikier House has a number of private rooms covering every possibility from a small board meeting to an intimate wedding reception or private business dinner. The only real distraction being the adjacent golf course.

The Kingdom of Fife has much to offer the holidaymaker and business guest…from the historic towns of St Andrews and Dunfermline to the charming fishing villages of the East Neuk, from castles and museums to golf, watersports and walking, and even go-karting an stock car racing.


Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15
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Name: Oswald
Cuisine: Scottish
Chef: Stuart Archibald

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