Balcomie Links Hotel

Crail, Fife

Purpose build in the 1900’s, an art deco style property, classified as a small hotel and run under the close supervision of its resident owners. Situated conveniently on the East Coast of Scotland near St Andrews the “Home of Golf” which is a perfect venue for golfing holidays or touring around the east coast of Scotland,

The Balcomie Links is a purpose build hotel in the 1900's originally by a German owner. The building is over two stories. The ground floor has all the guest facilities such as, Reception, Lounge Bar/Dinner, Breakfast Room, Public Bar and Games Room. 1st and 2nd floors housing the guest’s rooms, all with en-suite facilities with a selection of Doubles, Twins and Family rooms, all tastefully decorated. Bar Lounge is doubled up as a dinner with an extensive bar menu, providing good home cooked dishes using fresh local produce. Patio area in front of the building offers outside drinking and dinning throughout the season when the sun is shining. Large private car park is also available for the hotel patrons and guests with approximately 15 spaces.

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2 Star Self Classified

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Overall rating: 4.3 out of 5
 We stayed for three nights (mon, tues, wed) in late July in a superior room (room 2) with sea view. We enjoyed excellent breakfasts and dined there each evening. The evening menu was varied; the food was good; the prices were very reasonable. The bar was well stocked; bar service was good; we made new friends with other bar guests. On one evening there was an impromptu session of individual singing; on another evening we enjoyed a quiz. 
Andrew / Jul 15
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Out and About in the East Neuk

The East Neuk of Fife (Neuk stands for corner) is a popular destinations for people from all walks of life (holiday makers, golfers, walkers, strollers, sightseers, artists, explores, the list is endless). The small villages scattered along the coast are steeped in history, with many Scottish Trust buildings and castles open to the public, and are all linked with well kept coastal walks providing an excellent opportunity to take in the spectacular views of the coastline and over the Firth of Forth.