Welcome to Annies' Lan Kirkcaldy Scotland

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Kirkcaldy hotel Welcome to Annies' Lan Bed and Breakfast in Kirkcaldy - the heart of Scotland's beautiful Kingdom of Fife.

Annies' Lan Accommodation

Annies' Lan Bed & Breakfast run by Lynda McCuaig is a traditional terraced stone built villa ten minutes walking distance from Kirkcaldy town centre.

Annies' Lan B&B offers two large and comfortable bedrooms with ensuite facilities. The property dates back to the 1870's and boasts many period features including Victorian cornicing throughout. There is free on street parking directly outside the property and pleasant sitting areas at both the back and the front of the property.

Annies' Lan is perfect for families or couples of all ages. The family room includes a double and two single beds and a cot can be arranged for small children.

Rooms and Facilities
We have an ensuite family room and a twin bedded room, both with ensuite facilities for you to choose from.

Twin Room Ensuite:
Colour TV with DVD, radio, complimentary tray, central heating. The Ensuite has a large luxurious bath as well as a spacious stand alone shower unit, heated towel rail and bidet.

Family Room Ensuite:
Colour TV, radio, complimentary tray, central heating. Ensuite has a bath, shower and heated towel rail.

A delicious full Scottish or Continental breakfast awaits you when you arise which is served in the breakfast room. This is prepared by Alan who is a qualified chef and served in the breakfast room. Lynda is delighted to cater for any dietary request and will purchase special ingredients if given notice.

Breakfast is served at your convenience and may include either of the following:
Full Scottish Breakfast – egg, bacon, tomato, mushrooms, potato scone, beans, black pudding and traditional Scottish sausages plus choice of tea or coffee and fruit juice.

Continental Breakfast - choice of cereals, fresh fruits, yoghurt, selection of meats & cheeses, toast with preserves plus choice of tea or coffee and fruit juice.

Our Policies
. We are a non-smoking establishment.
. We are unable to allow pets.
. Check in is by arrangement. We are happy to look after your bags should you arrive before your room is ready.
. We ask that guests vacate their rooms after breakfast on day of departure.
. We only accept cash by way of payment.

We do hope you enjoy your stay!

Local Attractions
Kirkcaldy is a charming and historic town in the Scottish region of Fife. Referred to as the 'Lang Toun' by locals it stretches in a wide sweeping arc along the north of the Firth of Forth. The largest town in Fife it is only twenty minutes drive to Edinburgh.

A visit to Kirkcaldy offers a fascinating insight into Scottish history. There are many interesting buildings in the town centre which was designated a conservation area in 1980.

Some highlights include the Old Parish Church with its Norman Tower, 15th century Ravenscraig Castle, 17th century Sailor’s Walk, Kirkcaldy Art Gallery and Museum (1925), the Adam Smith Centre (1894-99), the Nordic style Town House designed in 1937 by David Carr, Dunnikier House (built in the 1790’s and now a hotel), Balwearie Community School dating from the 1960’s and St Brycedale Church (1877-81) which rises to 60m and takes its name from Kirkcaldy’s patron saints.

Kirkcaldy has one of Scotland’s largest indoor markets and has many leisure activities conveniently located around the town centre. The museum and art gallery is located at the heart of the town and recently attracted Vettriano’s latest exhibition.

There are a number of stunning parks including Ravenscraig, Dunnikier and Beveridge Park, which play home to the Scottish Hot Air Balloon Challenge in July each year. The Adam Smith Theatre attracts many big names and shows.

With excellent road and rail links Kirkcaldy is an ideal base to explore other parts of Scotland including Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dumfrieshire, Stirling and St Andrews.

There is a wide variety of bars and restaurants to choose from including Italian, Indian and Chinese cuisine. The Mercat Shopping Centre in the town centre offers some excellent retail therapy. There are also a number of unique boutique style shops for you to visit.

Walkers can enjoy a stroll by the harbour area or on the Fife Coastal Path which offers a range of walking experience, from the easy and level to the wild and demanding.

Email Annies' Lan enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com