Burntisland to Buckhaven

We are delighted to promote the following businesses as members of our Welcome Port programme. Fife Coastal Path users will be assured of a warm welcome when they visit.

Many of our welcome ports are encouraging their guests to leave their mark on a new plan to help maintain Fife’s natural heritage for future generations via the Big Green Footprint Scheme; to learn more about the scheme please click here



BURNTISLAND

Beacon Leisure Centre
Lammerlaws Road
Burntisland 
KY3 9BS

Tel: 01592 583383 

For further information click here.

 

Potter About Cafe
253a High Street
Burntisland
KY3 9AQ

Tel: 01592 873680

Potter About is a friendly cafe serving fresh food and drink. With a pottery studio and play corner to the back  and a gift shop at the front, there is definitely something for everyone.  Bookings are also taken for our evening bistro. We look forward to welcoming you all.

For further information click here.

 

Kingswood Hotel
Kinghorn Road
Burntisland
KY3 9LL

Tel: 01592 872329

Our hotel is based on the outskirts of Burntisland, right on the Fife Coastal Path. Nestling in over 2 acres of gardens and woodland, uniquely situated to allow panoramic views of the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh. Our superb location and genuine hospitality ensures that many of our customers have become familiar faces.


For further information click here.
 

Burntisland Heritage Trust
4 Kirkgate
Burntisland
KY3 9DB

Tel: 01592 872121

The aim of the Trust is to protect and promote all aspects of Burntisland's heritage.

For more information click here.

 

Museum of Communication 
131 High Street
Burntisland
KY3 9AA

Tel: 01592 874836
 

The Museum has a major collection – over 40 tonnes of artefacts covering electrostatics, telegraphy, telephony, audio, radio, television and video and IT. As well as some early experimental radar, satellite, photographic and printing equipment plus a technical library of scientific literature and related documentation.

Seasonal opening - closed Oct to Apr.

For more information click here.

 

The Star 
73 High Street
Burntisland
KY3 9BD

Tel: 01592 871313

The Star is a small local historic pub dating from 1675 which offers a friendly welcome and a chance to relax, either inside or out in the large beer garden. We offer hot and cold drinks and a selection of crisps nuts and toasties. Soup and sandwiches can be provided with prior arrangement and there is a barbeque available in the beer garden also by prior arrangement. 

Our opening hours are Mon-Sat 11.00 - 12.00 and Sunday 12.30 - 12.00.

 


 

KINGHORN

Kinghorn Community Centre
Rossland Place
Kinghorn
KY3 9SS
 
Tel: 01592 890149

Kinghorn Community Centre is run by a voluntary Management Committee on behalf of Fife Council. The Centre is a purpose built facility accommodating various sports groups and social activities.
 
Our Coffee Shop is open daily serving snacks and light lunches throughout the day. We serve homemade soup, sandwiches, filled rolls, toasties, baked potatoes and a range of home-baking. The Coffee Shop is open 9am-10pm Monday to Friday. Opening times vary at weekends and are subject to change during school holidays.
 
For more information click
here.


 




KIRKCALDY

Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre
Esplanade, 
Kirkcaldy
KY1 1HR

Tel: 01592 583306

For further information click here.


 


DYSART


The Harbourmaster's House
Hot Pot Wynd
Dysart
KY1 2TQ

Tel: 01592 656080

Home to the Fife Coast & Countryside Trust, Fife's First Coastal Centre exhibition and the Harbourside Cafe. The best place to start your Fife Coastal Path adventure.

For more information click here.

 

Our most recent Coastal Survey showed that over £25m was generated for the local economy by the Fife Coastal Path. We are always interested in hearing from entreprenuers who feel they can provide Welcome Port facilities. So if you have a business close to the route, please click here for futher details on how to join the scheme.