Bunree Bed and Breakfast

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Bunree Craigluscar Lane

Bunree Bed and Breakfast, Dunfermline

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Accommodation Description:

Bunree is a chalet bungalow, set in the rural countryside on the outskirts of Dunfermline. Una and Hamish will take pride in offering Scottish hospitality to ensure your stay is a comfortable and memorable experience. Our accommodation here comprises of a ground floor twin/king size double room with ensuite W.C, bath and shower facilities, and first floor twin/king size double ensuite W.C and shower facilities.

Our rooms also provide you with a hospitality tray, flat screen T.V, hair dryer, radio alarm and Wi-Fi, ensuite complete with complimentary soaps, shampoos and accessories. There is a welcome pack in the rooms to inform you of all the local attractions and places of interest. There is a list of various restaurants and pubs providing evening meals.

We also operate a private hire Land Rover Discovery which is available to guests for Golf and Fishing days out, Whisky Distillery Tours, Historic and Sightseeing Tours, Airport Transfers and Bespoke Excursions. Bunree is situated on a bus route and is ideal for touring Fifes other famous towns, St Andrews, the east neuk villages, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Stirling are all within a 45min drive, so there is a wide selection of places of interest for everyone to explore. Breakfast is served between 7:30-8:45 and 8-9AM on Sundays.

A full Bunree grill with local produce and free range eggs or tasty Arbroath kipper fillets will set you up for the day or perhaps the lighter continental option with cheese , yoghurts and honey. Early breakfast can be served by request.

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James I of Scotland is murdered in Perth

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