THREE THINGS YOU’LL LOVE: LOCATION, LOCATION & LOCATION

Banner’s House Hotel is equally handy for the cities of Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee. It sits at the gateway to Lomond Hills Regional Park with achingly beautiful Elie beach a short hop away.

With all that wild and wonderful nature, it is the perfect base for walking, cycling and golf holidays. There are activities on our doorstep to suit everyone.

The location is great, but we hope you will make Banner’s House Hotel a destination in itself. Our easy, urban style and award-winning food guarantees a warm welcome for everyone.

GOLF

There are more than 40 places to play within a 20 mile radius of Banner’s House Hotel. Fife is the historic home of golf and remains so today.

Whether you want heathland, parkland or links, staying with us puts you within a short drive of some of the world’s finest courses. We have our favourites. We’re sure you will, too.

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ACTIVITIES

Love our wildlife, live our history. There is so much to see and do within a stone’s throw of Banner’s House Hotel, you need never be bored.

We’ve gathered here a selection of our favourite days-out, trips and excursions, but our friendly staff will be happy to help discover more activities to suit you.

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WALKING

The 114 mile-long Fife Coastal Path will take you on bracing strolls through the quaint, colourful fishing villages of East Neuk.

While those that fancy more of a challenge can take on the windswept summits and ravines of the Lomond Hills or Ochils. Banner’s was made for walking.

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VISIT

Conservation and community are at the heart of Fife. Its people care about the countryside, living and working sustainably.

The Centre for Stewardship organises schemes for volunteers working on everything from animal biodiversity to zero-waste initiatives. Don’t just visit, get involved.

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CYCLING

Fife boasts more than 350 miles of well-signposted cycling routes. Exploring the Kingdom’s lochs, hills and coast on two wheels could not be easier. Mountain bikers can test their skills on a well-developed network of green, blue, red and black routes for all levels of cyclist.

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