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| Fife Attractions
Steeped in history and having close links with the sea, Fife offers interesting days out for all. Scotland's Secret Bunker
Discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War. Take the opportunity to discover how they would have survived, and you wouldn’t !
One of Scotland’s deepest and best kept secrets.
Deep Sea World
Dramatically located beneath the world famous Forth Rail Bridge, Deep Sea World is home to one of the largest collections of sand tiger sharks in Europe and the world’s longest walk-through underwater tunnel.
Scottish Fisheries Museum
Spectacularly situated on the harbour front in Anstruther, in the heart of the Fife fishing community, the Scottish Fisheries Museum tells the story of fishing in Scotland and its people from earliest times to the present.
Anstruther Pleasure Trips
The May Princess sails from Anstruther harbour to the Isle of May from May to October. The May Princess is licensed to carry 100 passengers with saloon, upper viewing deck, snack bar and toilets.
The Royal Palace of Falkland was the country residence of Stuart kings and queens when they hunted deer and wild boar in the Fife forest. Mary, Queen of Scots spent some of the happiest days of her tragic life here.
Kellie Castle is a very fine example of the domestic architecture of Lowland Scotland. The oldest part is believed to date from 1360, but the building in its present form is mainly 16th- and early 17th-century and was completed about 1606.
The St Andrews Aquarium
A sealife adventure in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland where you can view numerous fish species like our seals, sharks, pirhana, crabs, lobsters, shrimps, rays and octopus.
| Fife Golfing
There are over 30 golf courses within a fifteen mile radius of The Hamptons making a leisure break with us particularly attractive to the keen golfer.
Leven Thistle Golf Club (Leven Links)
The championship course at Leven has been regularly used as one of the pre-qualifying courses when the Open Championship is played at St Andrews.
Scoonie Golf Club
The Clubhouse and Restaurant is situated in North Links, LEVEN, Fife. We are approximately 30 miles from Edinburgh and 14 miles from St Andrews
Lundin Golf Club
Voted among the top links courses in Britain by the Golf Monthly magazine, members and staff at Lundin also take great pride in ensuring the many visitors and guests enjoy their magnificent links and renowned hospitality.
Lundin Ladies Golf Club
Lundin Ladies Golf Club can lay claim to being the oldest ladies-only golf club. As such, it is unique and prestigious, although the members are keen to emphasise that gentlemen are welcome to play the course as well.
Drumoig Golf Course
Drumoig Golf Course was established in September 1996 as an 18 Hole Championship Style Golf Course. Set in some of the most glorious Scottish scenery, playing Drumoig Golf Course is an unforgettable adventure.
St Andrews Old Course
It is the Home of Golf where golf was first played 600 years ago and yet it remains a real test of golf for today's champions. Despite its reputation and status, it is a public course and is one of six public courses on St Andrews Links.
Charleton Golf Course
Scotland´s Premier Pay As You Play Golf Course
The Charleton Golf Course, set in stunning parkland with spectacular panoramic views over the Firth of Forth, is acclaimed to be the most attractive golf course in Fife with the most testing greens.
British Golf Museum
Where better to find out about golf than in St. Andrews, the home of golf. The story of British golf from its origins in the middle ages through to the present day.
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