The Bay and Bridge is less than a 10 minute walk from the local train station which takes guests directly into Edinburgh City Centre and Edinburgh Airport in less than 30 minutes. Whether you want to explore the Fife Coastal Walk, enjoy the high tempo of motorsport at Knockhill Racing Circuit and the Cowdenbeath Racewall or play a relaxing round at one of Fife’s exquisite golf courses we are perfectly located.

The Bay and Bridge is less than an hours drive from St Andrews, the home of golf. So, whether you want to play the Old Course or explore the historic town it is a fantastic day out.

Situated a short drive from Loch Leven Nature Reserve guests can spend time birdwatching, soaking up the history or simply enjoying the fresh air on the heritage trail.

For those Outlander fans amongst you we are also centrally based for visiting the many Scottish locations used for filming including Aberdour Castle, Culross, Falkland Palace and Hopetoun House.

We are located just outside of Dunfermline where the heritage quarter includes the 12th century abbey which is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce and the burial site of 11 other Scottish kings and queens. The famous philanthophist Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline and the story of his life can be seen at the Carnegie Birthplace Museum. A visit to the beautiful Pittencrieff Park, which he bought for the people of the town, is a must.

The Bay and Bridge is located just 10 minutes by car from the Rosyth Cruise Terminal and we can offer a drop off / pick up service for guests going on or returning from a cruise.

Hosts Chris and Claire pride themselves on their attention to detail and are always on hand to provide advice on a days’ excursion, local restaurants and travel links. We are happy to provide free flask refills for walkers and have secure overnight storage facilities for bicycles.

The Bay and Bridge offers free on-site parking for guests.