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andrews rules-tower St Andrews. Take the Cliff Walk past the Cathedral to the harbour. Explore the narrow streets, some cobbled. Wander the castle ruins. Bishops Palace, what remains today dates from 1400 to 1560. Climb St Rules Tower for great views across the burgh.

Scotland Accommodation in Fife. From self catering to holiday cottages to bed and breakfast Fife to camping to hotels to guest houses there are lots of places to stay.

crail Crail, the East Nuek of Fife. Ancient Royal Burgh, one of the most picturesque harbours, with streets dating from the 17th and 18th century. Houses with stepped gables, a delightful mix of white washed stone cottages with dark grey slate or red clay pantiled roofs.

anstruther Anstruther, once three medieval boroughs, now united. One time capital of the Scottish herring fishing industry, until the shoals deserted the Forth during the Second World War.

falkland falkland-palace Falkland with houses with dates above the doorways such as 1610 and 1713 to name two.

balvaird-castle castle castle-street east-neuk-fife fife-harbour north-castle-st pittenween harbour cottages

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