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Fernie Castle Hotel

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Neil and Mary Blackburn privately own Fernie Castle Hotel. This 14th century Castle is situated near Cupar in the heart of the Ancient “Kingdom of Fife”.

Neil and Mary personally supervise the complete operation of this Fairy Tale Castle with its Turrets, Private Loch and Ancient Ice House set in the 17 acres of wooded grounds. It’s hard to believe that the Castle has now stood for over 450 years and it still grows from strength to strength. Our standards are the same whether it’s a pot of coffee by the open log fire to a full Banquet we here at Fernie will give you the service you deserve.

Fernie Castle is first glanced as you enter through the wooded drive with a large open lawn to the front, on entering you are greeted by a cheery open log fire and hand painted murals adorning the walls.

We can accommodate private groups of between ten to a larger gathering of up to one hundred and eighty in our Circular Ballroom overlooking the floodlit Loch. The Hotel has twenty individually appointed bedrooms all of which are en-suite and boast the usual refinements of today’s requirements.


Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20

Price per Person

Price Includes: Dinner, bed and breakfast
Double: £75 - £99
Twin: £75 - £99
Single: £85
Suite: £109
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Cuisine: Modern Scottish

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