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B and Bs in Inverkeithing

Inglewood Guest House
42 Boreland Rd
Inverkeithing
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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We are situated within a 5 minute walk to Inverkeithing Railway Station with direct access to the centre of Edinburgh (15 mins) and all other mainline stations in Scotland. Inglewood is situated within a 5 minute walk to Inverkeithing Railway Station with direct access to the centre of Edinburgh in just 15 minutes and connections to all other mainline stations in Scotland. Inverkeithing is on the main east coast line with direct trains from London Kings Cross. The 747 bus service from Inverkeithing Railway Station plies the short distance directly to Edinburgh International Airport three times every hour. Access to the National motorway network is less than a mile away (M90) providing quick access via the Forth Road Bridge to Edinburgh (12 miles) and north to Perth (32 miles). Junctions to the M9 to Stirling (30 miles) and the M8 to Glasgow (45 miles) are within easy reach via the A9/A8000 link roads. Inverkeithing is situated on the Fife Coastal route (A921) close to historic Dunfermline and allowing access to all other areas of Fife including the East Neuk and St Andrews. All areas of Scotland are readily available from Inverkeithing by bus; a Park and Ride Terminal on the edge of town provides a 10 minute bus service to central Edinburgh and there is also direct access to Rosyth Ferry Terminal which is less than 2 miles away. We are also situated within 5 minutes walk to the Fife Coastal Path.

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