Aberdour Travel guide
Aberdour : Michelin's recommendations
Aberdour is a small town on the Forth estuary, famous for its castle and silvery beach; a pleasant destination for daytrips from Edinburgh, or the ideal base from which to discover the Forth Valley.
Tourist attractions Aberdour : Things to see and do
A 921 GB - Aberdour KY3 0SL
The principal residence of the Earls of Morton since 1642, the castle was abandoned in favour of Aberdour House in 1725. The present castle has a primitive, 14C tower, the upper part of which was rebuilt in the 15C. The land south of the castle was..
A921 GB - Aberdour KY3
Beneath an immense, sloping roof, the12C Norman nave and chancel culminate in a square chevet. The church was used for worship until 1790 when the roof caved in and was left in ruins until its restoration in 1926, at which time it became the parish c..
78 High Street GB - Aberdour KY3 0SW
Situated in Aberdour, a 5-minute walk from the beach, The Woodside Hotel offers rooms with free parking, free Wi-Fi, and easy access to the countryside. The picturesque Aberdour Castle is a 6-minute walk away and St Andrews Cathedral is 1 hour’s driv..
38 High Street GB - Aberdour KY3 0SW
A friendly, family-run hotel situated in one of Fife's picturesque coastal villages, specialising in fresh fare, using local Scottish produce where possible. Real ale is always available on tap, and the establishment has once again been included in ..