Visit Kilconquhar and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Kilconquhar, Fife. The pretty village of Kilconquhar (pronounced “Kinneuchar”) consists of one winding street with picturesque white cottages with red roofs.
The village stands on the North West shore of Kuconquhar Loch, in which it is said the Witch of Pittenweem was drowned. This loch is now used for bonspiels in winter.
The church stands on a knoll above the village and has an 80-ft tower that dominates the scene.
Nearby towns: Anstruther, Crail, Cupar, Lundin Links, St. Andrews
Nearby villages: Anstruther Easter, Boarhills, Buckhaven, Buckhaven and Methil, Cameron, Cameron Bridge, Carnbee, Ceres, Colinsburgh, Craigrothie, Dunino, Earlsferry, East Wemyss, Elie, Kennoway, Kilmaron, Kilrenny, Kingsbarns, Largo Ward, Leven, Lower Largo, Methil, Moonzie, New Gilston, Pitlessie, Pitscottie, Pittenweem, Radernie, Springfield, St. Monans, Strathkinness, Upper Largo, West Wemyss
Have you decided to visit Kilconquhar or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Kilconquhar bed and breakfast (a Kilconquhar B&B or Kilconquhar b and b)
- a Kilconquhar guesthouse
- a Kilconquhar hotel (or motel)
- a Kilconquhar self-catering establishment, or
- other Kilconquhar accommodation