As we are located in Central Dysart. Local pubs, coffee shop, post office, newsagents, pharmacy, takeaway and even a museum are just minutes away.

 

Dysart harbour was used as a filming location for the hit US TV series Outlanders and is also the birthplace of John McDouall Stuart, the first explorer who successfully crossed Australia in 1862.

 

The sea side and the stunning Ravenscraig park with its woodlands, children play area, castle ruin and costal path are also at a walking distance from our B&B.

 

Kirkcaldy centre is only 15 minutes away by bus and is home to the Adam Smith Theatre,  Fife Ice Arena, shops and restaurants. It is the ideal hub to travel from and to nearby major cities such as Edinburgh (30 miles), Dundee (30 miles), St Andrews (23 miles), and Perth (40 miles).

 

The medieval and picturesque villages of Fife also widely depicted in films and paintings are definitely worth a visit too: Falkland (also filmed in Outlanders), Pittenweem (with its art festival), Antruther (Official best UK Fish & Ship shop), Crail, St Monans, Culross, Ceres etc...

 

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Here are some views of the local area. Click on the pictures to zoom.

 

 
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John McDouall Stuart

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