Glen Malcolm Apartment in Dunfermline is the bright and sunny upper floor of a typical Victorian stone terraced cottage dating from the end of the 19th century. It is reached by a private carpeted staircase.
Visit Dunfermline Abbey the final resting place of many of Scotland's kings and queens, including Saint Margaret and Robert the Bruce. Pittencrief Park is just 5 minutes walk from the cottage, with lawns, woods and streams, flower gardens, modern play park and historic architecture. Visit Abbot House the oldest house in Dunfermline to learn all about the town's history, and Andrew Carnegie's Birthplace & Museum. The Public Library has a local history department and family tree search facilities. Take in a show at the Carnegie Hall or Alambra.
Glen Malcom Apartment: Glen Malcolm Apartment is named after the wonderful Pittencrief Park, know locally as the Glen, just a few minutes walk from the cottage, and King Malcolm II, who with his wife Margaret, later Saint Margaret, founded Dunfermline Abbey.
With historic buildings, museums and delightful parkland of its own, Dunfermline is also ideally situated for visiting many of the historic towns and villages of Scotland, whether travelling by car or public transport, and you are never far from the sea, and our typically hilly countryside.
The apartment has a kitchenette with facilities for heating up ready made meals and preparing light snacks, and is ideal for guests who prefer to eat out on holiday, and do not wish to pay a large amount extra for facilities they are not going to use. Larger groups who desire full kitchen facilities and a garden should book our adjacent Carnegie Cottage.
our location — 95 Grieve Street, Dunfermline: We are ideally situated in a quiet residential location just a few minutes walk both to countryside and parkland and to Dunfermline town centre, with all the usual shops and dozens of restaurants and cafes to suit all tastes and budgets.
There is a corner shop for basic provisions just two minutes walk from the cottage.
The bus station with regular buses to numerous places of interest is in the town centre.
Dunfermline train station, on the Edinburgh/Aberdeen line, is twenty minutes walk through the beautiful Pittencrief Park.
The M90 between Edinburgh and Perth is four miles away. Leaving the motorway at Halbeath, junction 3, follow the A 907 into Dunfermline, and at the roundabout continue on the A907 past the new Debenhams store, and after the bridge, at the traffic lights, turn right into Chalmers Street, then second left into Grieve Street.
The Rosyth/Zeebrugge ferry terminal is just five miles away.