St Mungo's B&B
A Bed and Breakfast in Fife
St Mungo's B&B
- 2 x Double
- 1 x
We would like to welcome you to stay in this historic house. Both our rooms have sea views and private bathroom facilities and you can enjoy the views of the Forth from our extensive gardens. Our breakfasts individually crafted from local produce are widely praised by guests. Culross had for some centuries the monopoly right to make the girdle - a flat pan which was the main cooking utensil used in Scotland. In 1666 a blacksmith, Robert Sands, bought his entrance into the guild of the hammermen of Culross to be part of that monopoly. He built St Mungo's house as part of the forge which he established on the edge of the village.
- Guests get own house keys
- Parking on site
- Continental Breakfast
- Full Cooked Breakfast
T 01383 882102
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Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: Internet, Kettle, TV. A comfortable double bedroom with views overlooking the Firth of Forth and ensuite shower
Family or Twin
Type: Capacity: 2 adults 1 child1 infant Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: Cots Available, Kettle, TV. A large room, part of an 18th century extension, with has en-suite facilities with shower.
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Private Bath In Room: TV, Internet, Cots Available. A double bedroom with Private bathroom. the bedroom overlooks the Forth
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The Private House Stay's Guide
The southwest of Fife was built on Coal and linoleum and other industries that are much run-down whereas the prosperous-looking rural northeast couldn't be more different. Northeast Fife consists of St Andrews and the East Neuk and this is the area to see. The East Neuk of Fife is a string of beautiful old fishing villages. Other destinations worth a visit are Falkland, Cupar and the Howe of Fife. Here, you'll find Falkland Palace, one of Scotland's most remarkable historic buildings. The Fife Coastal trail is a favourite amongst walkers.