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Hotels in Dunfermline

Keavil House Hotel
Crossford
Dunfermline
Fife

KY12 8QW | View map
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Keavil House is a historic country house in spacious gardens near Scotland's ancient capital of Dunfermline. 47 beautifully appointed bedrooms are spacious and quiet. Enjoy gourmet dinners in the award winning Conservatory Restaurant and relax in the luxury leisure club which features a pool, sauna, steam room, sun beds and gym. For exercise, enjoy walks on great beaches, quality golf on numerous local courses or the varied tourist attractions of Edinburgh (only 30 mins by car). A comfortable lounge with magazines and newspapers will await your return and friendly, professional staff will ensure that you have a relaxing stay.

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Nearest Train Station: Inverkeithing
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Ratings/Awards: Visit Scotland 4 Star
AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 47
Number Ensuite: 47
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Restaurant

Name: Conservatory
Cuisine: Modern Scottish
Chef: Volker Steinemann
Awards: AA Rosette

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