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Cheap Hotels in Burntisland

Kingswood Hotel

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Kinghorn Road
1.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £108
(price for Tue, 03 Sep)

Hotels in Burntisland

Set directly across the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh, the town of Burntisland is a picturesque coastal resort that attracts large numbers of visitors throughout the year. Book into one of the attractive Burntisland hotels and get to know this stunning part of Fife, from its sandy beaches and unspoilt coastline to its historic attractions and fantastic range of dining options.

Out and about

Sweeping across the bay at the foot of Burntisland is the town's sandy beach. With plenty of rock pools to explore and safe waters to bathe in, Burntisland Beach is a favourite with day-trippers and locals alike.

Burntisland Golf House Club also plays a large part in attracting visitors to the area. The 18-hole course has its own unique character and, of course, offers players stunning views out across the water. The town's Beacon Leisure Centre has a 25-metre swimming pool, but more adventurous souls might want to consider taking a scuba diving lesson courtesy of the team at The Dive Bunker.

Sites of historic interest in the local area include Rossend Castle, which has roots dating back to the early 12th century, although the current building is mostly from the 16th century. History lovers should also consider visiting Burntisland Parish Church, which was completed in 1595.

Highland Games

Why not time your visit to coincide with the town's Highland Games festival in July? Be sure to secure a hotel in Burntisland in plenty of time though as the annual event attracts thousands of visitors. See traditional heavy events such as the caber toss, as well as more modern additions including cycling, track and field competitions, live music and food and drink stalls.

Dining out

If you're spending time in one of the Burntisland hotels then be sure to take the opportunity to sample the excellent cuisine on offer at the area's restaurants. Take your time over a light lunch at Potter About Café or Food for Thought, both situated on High Street in the town centre.

Spice Indian Restaurant is known for its authentic traditional home cooking and friendly atmosphere. Also consider The Burntisland Sands Hotel, a family-run restaurant offering grill nights each week.

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