Kirkcaldy Hotels

Beveridge Park Hotel Kirkcaldy

A perfect base to explore East Scotland, Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee all of which are within easy travelling distance.

Dean Park Hotel Kirkcaldy

The Dean Park Hotel in Kirkcaldy combines country house charm with modern comfort, and provides a quiet sanctuary within the buzz of a thriving town.

Dunnikier House Hotel Kirkcaldy

A privately owned 18th Century Georgian House, situated in idyllic parkland and adjacent to Dunnikier Golf course.

Parkway Hotel Kirkcaldy

Situated right at the centre of Kirkcaldy, the Parkway Hotel is well suited for both business travellers and holiday makers alike.

Strathearn Hotel Kirkcaldy

Standing within its own landscaped gardens on the picturesque East coast of Fife, Strathearn Hotel maintains its original character and offers impressive views over the Firth of Forth.

The Belvedere Hotel Kirkcaldy

Located 5 km from Kirkcaldy city,Belvedere offers a comfortable accommodation option for families and business travelers.

The Earl David Hotel Kirkcaldy

A delightful family-run hotel that is a short walk from the Firth of Forth coast and the coastal pathways that is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in East Wemyss.

Our selection of hotels in Kirkcaldy in Fife. You can check out the details of the Kirkcaldy hotel price comparison service here.

Kirkcaldy is known for being the birthplace of the 14th century economist Adam Smith.

If you are visiting the town in mid-April you can be part of the notable Links Market, a week-long funfair, said to be the largest street fair in Britain and which dates back to the fourteenth century.

The Museum and Art Gallery in the War Memorial Gardens is a chronicle of the town's history. You can find everything from archeological discoveries to the local Wemyss Ware pottery here. However, over-development has in a way subdued the charm of the place.

You can read more about Kirkcaldy from our Kirkcaldy Visitor Guide.