Inchview Apartment, Kinghorn, Fife

Inchview Apartment is on Burntisland Road (A921) on the south west side of the village of Kinghorn.

Edinburgh 24 miles, St Andrews 26 miles.

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Local information

Village shops and facilities

Shops include: butcher, baker and late-opening grocery store. Bank with ATM (cash machine). Post office. Cafes, restaurant and three pubs.

Bus stops at the Memorial, a two-minute walk.

Railway station is a three-minute walk.

Beaches within walking distance

Kinghorn Harbour

Five minute walk (0.2 miles)

“An excellent destination for families ... With natural features of sandy beach, rock pools and cliffs, it is a beautiful bay offering something for everyone.” (Keep Scotland Beautiful Beach Awards website)

“A great place for children... its wide sandy beach and rock pools keep them entertained for hours.” (Visitor comment on the same website)

Pettycur Bay

Twenty minute walk (0.8 miles)

“This pleasant, small sandy beach is located on the west side of Kinghorn and is a haven of peace and tranquillity... excellent for walks with beautiful scenery.” (Keep Scotland Beautiful Beach Awards website)

“Pettycur is so peaceful, and really worth visting. It’s great for kiting.” (Visitor comment on the same website)

Bus services

Bus 7 to Kirkcaldy (east) and Burntisland, Aberdour, Inverkeithing, Rosyth and Dunfermline.

Bus 57 and X57 to Kirkcaldy (east) and Burntisland, Aberdour, Inverkeithing and Edinburgh.

From Kirkcaldy, bus X58 and X60 to St Andrews and the villages of the East Neuk.

From Edinburgh Airport, bus 747 runs to Inverkeithing railway station where you can change for bus or rail service to Kinghorn.

Rail services

Direct trains on the Fife Circle line to Edinburgh (45 mins) via Burntisland, Aberdour and North Queensferry, and to Dunfermline (40mins) via Kirkcaldy.

Change at Kirkcaldy for services to Perth, Leuchars (for St Andrews, 1 hr), Dundee and Aberdeen; and services to Perth, Pitlochry, Aviemore and Inverness.