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Dysart village is former royal burgh in Fife, now part of Kirkcaldy. There was salt-making in early times and it developed as a port, trading greatly with Holland, and was one of the first coal-mining towns, dating back to the 14th century when coal was used in the production of sea salt. Dysart Main coal seam was subject to spontaneous combustion. Later Dysart also had textiles, shipbuilding and iroonmelting. The ruined St Serf’s,former parish, Church dates from the 16th century, as do the Tolbooth and a considerable number of houses, restored by the National Trust for Scotland.

Keavil House Hotel. A beautifully appointed country house hotel near Scotland's ancient capital of Dunfermline. All bedrooms are calm and tastefully designed. The award-winning Cardoon Restaurant offers a varied menu of light to modern Scottish dishes using locally sourced, quality food, which is served in a relaxed and stylish setting. Guests can pamper themselves in the luxurious Picture of health club, play golf on one of the local golf courses or visit the beaches of the Fife coast. Edinburgh is only 30 minutes drive away. Fife Hotel Breaks.

Corus Hotel North. This modern hotel is situated on the north side of the Firth of Forth with spectacular views overlooking the famous bridge and offering easy access from M90 motorway. The elegant restaurant offers both traditional and international cuisine, with wonderful views of the river. A great base for visiting Edinburgh and historic Fife. Fife Hotel Breaks.

If you would like to Tour Dysart on a highly personalized small group tour of my native Scotland please e-mail me: Sandy Stevenson

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