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The Belvedere Hotel

A two star hotel in Fife with dramatic sea views in a friendly village. Specialists in golf breaks. The Belevedere Hotel is located in a seaside conservation village in Fife, 25 miles from Edinburgh. Fife is known for its golf courses and there are 15 courses within 10 miles of the hotel. Indeed St. Andrews is only 20 minutes away.

Last time I looked, prices were £57.50 single, £70 double/twin, £85 family, which in golfing hotel terms is not expensive.

The Belvedere Hotel is nestled at the foot of the historic Wemyss Castle in the picturesque village of West Wemyss, Fife. So as well as GOLF, it's also got a lot of scenic attraction.

The main hotel building was originally the village institute, built in 1925, and subsequently redeveloped as a hotel in the 1970s. Five cottages, which adjoin the main building, also form part of the hotel. It is these cottages which help to provide a unique setting overlooking the Firth of Forth and create bedrooms of individual charm.

The Hotel has 25 bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms, and is in the heart of the golfing kingdom of Fife. Local towns include St Andrews, Crail, as well as Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy.

The Belvedere Hotel benefits from dramatic sea views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh and beyond and from being located in a conservation village with many listed buildings.

To book your accommodation at the Belvedere Hotel, or to find out more information, here's the link...

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I think it's shame the Belvedere has had to be bunged up, but I hope they come back to having an affiliate program again some time. You are welcome to put the web address in, which is mentioned above the line.