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Dunfermline hotel"Carneil Farm Bed and Breakfast" is part of a working dairy farm near Dunfermline; located in West Fife which lies within the Central Scotland belt.

With its elevated position, Carneil Farmhouse commands breathtaking views over Fife towards the Firth of Forth and North to the Ochil Hills of Central Scotland

This Scottish Farmhouse 4 Star B&B guest house is decorated sympathetically to compliment the character and age of the house.

After a busy day's pleasure or business enjoy our Scottish hospitality in the tranquility of a traditional spacious farmhouse.

Carneil Farm Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Carneil Farmhouse B&B's spacious rooms are tastefully furnished with each room having: excellent views, hospitality trays with home made shortbread, hairdryers, electric blankets, radio alarm clocks plus complimentary toiletries.

The bedrooms are complete with tourist information, freeview TV, DVD player. All rooms can accommodate a folding bed suitable for a child
Single travellers are welcome, competitive rate for longer stays.

Each guest room's accommodation enjoys a magnificent outlook, and has all the essential facilities for a relaxing stay including en-suite facilities and Freeview TV. Carneil Bed and Breakfast is only a short walk from a good country Inn.
There is ample safe off road parking.

Guest Lounge/ Dining Room:
Breakfast are individually tailored to each guests requirements using local products whenever possible whether it be a full Scottish Farmhouse Breakfast or a lighter continental option. Breakfast is served between 7am – 9am or earlier by arrangement.
The lounge is enhanced with a log fire for cooler evenings.

Our Bed and Breakfast is an excellent central base to visit Fife, Edinburgh, Stirlingshire and Perthshire.
- Forrester Park Resort 2 miles
- Dunfermline - 4 miles
- Rosyth and Culross - 6 miles
- Longannet (Power station) - 7 miles
- Alloa - 10 miles
- Edinburgh Airport - 16 miles.
- Perth - 25 miles
- Knockhill Racing Circuit - 5 miles
- Deep Sea World, North Queensferry - 7 miles
- Kincardine - 8 miles.
- Stirling - 16 miles.
- Edinburgh - 20 miles.
- Glasgow - 40 miles.
- Glasgow Airport - 45 miles
- St Andrews - 50 miles

Local Interest:
Carnock is a quaint county village with a local pub and brasserie "The Inn at Carnock" serves good food and beer.
Although situated on the outskirts of a small village, Carneil Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast is ideally positioned for visiting The Kingdom of Fife , Edinburgh , Central Scotland , and The Forth Bridges. Enjoy a trip out to visit Inchcolm Abbey or cruise the Firth of Forth on The Maid of The Forth.

Nearby Culross is a restored 16th-17th Century village.
Dunfermline once the ancient Capital of Scotland where Scottish Kings and Queens are buried is a great place to visit.
Try the Carnegie Hall and The Alhambra Theatre for shows, film and comedy. Dunfermline has an out of town leisure complex where there's a multi film complex showing the latest films, and nearby you can enjoy Ten Pin Bowling, and Bingo.

Visit Andrew Carnegie's Birth-Place museum, discover how the great American-Scot lived and worked, or Abbot House , Dunfermline's oldest house
For outdoor activities are well provided for; especially Golf: Fishing (sea, river, & loch): Football & Amateur Athletics.

Bird watchers are well catered for in Fife, from the mudflats on the Forth to migrating birds at Vane Farm

For a great cup of coffee try Dobbies Garden Centre which has a great selection of plants and other gifts.

There's plenty of things to do in Fife, from a gentle stroll along the beaches of Fife to Driving racing cars or 4x4 vehicles over rugged terrain at Knockhill Racing Circuit.
Who'd miss visiting St. Andrews one of Scotland's oldest University Towns and home of Golf, it's also an excellent place to buy souvenirs!

A little further a field visit The Falkirk Wheel; The World's First and only Rotating Boat lift, then go on to Stirling and see William Wallace's' Sword at The Wallace Monument, and admire the sheer majesty of Stirling Castle.
No trip to Scotland would be complete without a visit to a Whisky Distillery. The Famous Grouse Whisky Distillery has something to keep every member of the family interested.

We are also within reach of business centres/parks in Fife, e.g. Rosyth Europarc / Leisure parc, Carnegie Business Park, BSkyB and Mossmorran., Longannet Power Station & The Kincardine Bridge are about 10 minutes drive away.
We are just 40 minutes drive from Edinburgh. Alternatively park the car at Dunfermline Station, & take the train across the Forth Rail Bridge.

Email Carneil Farm enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com