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Fife - Where's best?

Postby djphilp on Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:28 pm

So I'm doing a bit of research and would like the opinions of all you Fifers that frequent the site,

Which city/town/village in West and Central Fife is the nicest/best?
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Re: Fife - Where's best?

Postby Oldsalt on Tue Oct 05, 2010 12:30 am

Up there probably Aberdour, tradional, station, pubs, shops but at a premium..
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Depends what you are looking for, if it's a house try between Dunfermline and Kincardine as you need a car anyway, Limekilns / Culross area can have quite nice bits.
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Re: Fife - Where's best?

Postby kev on Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:31 am

skovdahl79 wrote:
djphilp wrote:So I'm doing a bit of research and would like the opinions of all you Fifers that frequent the site,

Which city/town/village in West and Central Fife is the nicest/best?


Kinda a like asking whether it's better to be shot or stabbed :wink: :lol:

Nice one!

Believe it or not, there are some nice places, as a general rule avoid any of the old mining towns/villages. As Oldsalt says, anywhere along the coast from Aberdour to Culross is pretty good (although you either love or hate Dalgety Bay). I reckon North Queensferry is pretty good, nice little village, 18 minutes from Haymarket by train.
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Re: Fife - Where's best?

Postby Martin Bell on Fri Oct 08, 2010 5:35 pm

After Dunfermline (obviously), I would agree that it's probably Aberdour, Culross and Limekilns in that order. NQ has its moments too - The Wee Restaurant is very good.

Depends what you're looking for and why you're looking for it.
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Re: Fife - Where's best?

Postby Baz on Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:46 am

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Re: Fife - Where's best?

Postby superl99 on Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:25 pm

Go for the golden fringe rather than the beggar's mantle ;) Up the coast is fine until the Levenmouth area, then skip Leven/Methil and starting from Lundin Links/Largo it's nice again. North East Fife is the best part, West and Central are pretty much SteveWalsh.
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