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What To Do In Fife This Autumn Season

By on October 5, 2015 in Uncategorized

Via of St Andrews Cathedral

Another Monday, another instalment in our Autumn series, this time for Fife. Check out the blog for precious instalments on Edinburgh and Perth.

We have a huge soft spot for the Fife region of Scotland and we love driving out there in the fall season to explore. We also happen to know it is a firm favourite with our guests, which constantly tell us how much they enjoy the food and the hospitality of the region.

This season, we’re recommending to our guests that they check out:

East Neuk Open Studios: East Neuk Open Studios is a free event – just find the red balloons and pop in to visit any participating artist you like! However, some East Neuk studios are often in old, traditional and quirky buildings and therefore not always suited for access by the less able, wheelchairs, buggies and prams. It’s always best to contact the artist in advance to enquire about access to their studio space. Open Studio weekend dates for 2015: Autumn: 10-11 and 17-18 October, 10.30am to 4.30pm

October Hothatch Day at Knockhill: If you just want to do something that is completely fast and furious then we’ve got the event for you! This event is mainly for those looking to participate on track, or simply to enjoy some if the motorsport themed banter in and around the paddock. There’s always a vast array of machinery lined up throughout the venue; so if you like your Scoobies or Evos, then a Hot Hatch is definitely the scene for you. Fancy taking to the track yourself? Newcomers are always welcome and full instruction and safety briefings will be issued on the day.

Equus, Byre Theatre: If you fancy something a bit different to make a night of a play and dinner, then head to St Andrews this Fall. “Equus follows Dr. Martin Dysart’s investigations into 17 year old Alan Strang. Fought over by a religious mother and an atheistic father, Strang finds solace in horses – so what has drive him to blind six of them with a metal spike? A savage, passionate play which forces us to question our understanding of what it is to be “normal”.

St Andrews Golf Week, mid-end of October: This week of golf based in St Andrews, the Home of Golf, offers the chance to play rounds at five different courses, including one at the iconic Old Course, where the British Open will again be held in 2015. Then there is The New, The Jubilee and The Castle, plus golf at the fantastic Kingsbarns Golf Links near St Andrews. The event also features a grand gala dinner and four days of tuition amongst various other extras and activities, including competitions for ‘nearest the hole’ and the ‘longest drive’.

Scotland’s Fright Farm: You didn’t think we’d forget Halloween did you? This is, in fact, on of our favourite  local venues to go and hang out at. There are five different haunting areas to choose from this year, which will you choose?

Carnie MegaMaze: If you don’t fancy being frightened but still want to have some fun with the kids. Join in the fun at the Halloween Pumpkin Festival at Cairnie Mega Maze! Kids (and adults) will love it.

  • Torch Light Maze Nights
  • PYO Pumpkins
  • Pumpkin Carving demonstrations
  • Face painting
  • Fancy Dress competitions
  • Kids Craft Table
  • Apple Bobbing Barrels
  • Lucky Dips
  • Halloween Novelties & Gifts
  • Autumn/Pumpkin inspired Menu
  • Spooky Kids Menu

If you fancy a little trip out to the beautiful Kingdom of Fife this Autumn then we can help you out! We have plenty of beautiful places across the region for parties of all sizes. For rates and dates click here.



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