Dunfermline Accommodation Guide - quality accommodation in Dunfermline for holiday or business travel. Scotlands Dunfermline accommodation options include hotels, lodges, guest houses, camping, bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation including holiday homes and apartment rentals. Whatever your Scottish Dunfermline accommodation requirements we will help you find the right place.
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Places to stay in Dunfermline
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Welcome to Dunfermline Scotland
Once the capital of Scotland, the 'auld grey toun' of Dunfermline has some of the most amazing historical sites in the country. Built in the twelth century Dunfermline Abbey is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce as well as eleven other Scottish kings and queens. The restored 15th-century Abbot House is a good spot for a coffee and lunch. Other places of historic interest include the cave in which St Margaret bathed the feet of the poor.
Dunfermline's royal and monastic past continues with King Malcolm Canmore who established his court after the death of Macbeth at the now ruined fortified tower in the heart of Pittencrieff Glen. Dunfermline was also the birthplace of James I in 1394 and of Charles I in 1600.
In more recent history philanthropist Andrew Carnegie was born here in
1835 and the Carnegie Trust have benefitted the town greatly. Carnegie's
birthplace was a humble weaver's cottage which has been preserved and
extended to include a museum of his life. The first of many Carnegie Libraries
was built here in 1881 and both Carnegie Hall and Pittencrieff Park were
gifted to the town by Andrew Carnegie.
Accommodation in and around Dunfermline
Price Guide - per person based on sharing room: under $40 - $41 - 70 - more than $70