Forget Me Not Apartment is well placed in Dunfermline City Centre close to Parks, Restaurants, Theatre, Dunfermline Abbey and Palace Buildings, and many shops within walking distance.
Bright and airy Two Bedroom Apartment with Lounge/Kitchen, Double Beds in both Bedrooms and Bathroom with shower. The Apartment can sleep up to 4.
Situated in the City Centre, our well presented Apartment is centrally placed for exploring Dunfermline and surrounds. Professionals will find it a handy base whilst working in the area.
Located on the Second Floor accessed via staircase. Lounge/Kitchen with appliances, Flat Screen TV with Fire-stick and access to Netflix. Fluffy carpets in both Bedrooms with Double Beds and ample storage facilities. Bathroom with large shower cubicle, WC, Basin and Heated Towel Rail.
Dunfermline Palace is a ruined former Scottish royal palace and important tourist attraction in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. It is currently, along with other buildings of the adjacent Dunfermline Abbey, under the care of Historic Scotland as a scheduled monument.
Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum
Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish-American Business Magnate and Philanthropist who made his money in the booming steel industry. In later life he was passionate about providing opportunities for others and believed the rich should use their money to better society. He did this in his own way by opening libraries across the world and setting up charitable trusts, including the Hero Fund and Carnegie Dunfermline Trust to benefit the people of his hometown.
Pittencrieff Park is a public park in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. It was purchased in 1902 by the town's most famous son, Andrew Carnegie, and given to the people of Dunfermline in a ceremony the following year.
The Forth Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge across the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland, 9 miles west of Edinburgh City Centre. It is considered as a symbol of Scotland, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was designed by the English engineers Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker.
30 minutes to Edinburgh by train, 60 minutes to Glasgow by bus.