Ashgrove B&B

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

213 Nicol St

Ashgrove B&B, Kirkcaldy

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Ashgrove is a 3 Star rated Visit Scotland Bed and Breakfast located in Kirkcaldy. Ashgrove was built in the 1800's originally as a dairy. It has since been converted into a Bed & Breakfast that has been established for over 15 years.

On November the 1st 2006 it was bought by Keith Christie. Keeping all the charming features of an old build with the comforts of home. Kirkcaldy is a coastal town in Fife.

Vibrant centre with relaxing outskirts - all walking distance from the Bed & Breakfast.

Ashgrove Bed & Breakfast has four bedrooms. All are comfortable and set with their own wash hand basins and showering facilities. Two of the four have full en-suite.

Below you can take a tour of each bedroom allowing you to pick the room you would feel most comfortable in for your stay with us. Rooms 1, 2& 3 are suited to one or two persons. Our family room can comfortably sleep a family of four Our facilities include: •Disabled access •Private Parking •Flat SceenT.V and Wifi facilities in every room •Wash Basins & Shower Facilities in every room •Two of our rooms have full en-suite •Balwearie Golf Course within walking distance •Walking distance of town centre with shopping centre and attractions Ideal for Fife Coastal Path

 3 star rating

From: £54.00

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Kirkcaldy Museum and Art Gallery - 0.4 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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Trinity House Maritime Museum - 9.4 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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