Balgeddie in the Kingdom of Fife

The Hotel is situated in it's own private beautiful gardens, with ample parking at the rear of the hotel.

Grid Coordinates

OS Grid reference NO 25948 02761

Eastings 325948 Northings 702761

Lat. 56.211645 Long.-3.1954658

Address: Balgeddie House Hotel, Balgeddie Way, Fife, KY6 3QA

Balgeddie House Hotel
Balgeddie Way

Getting here by Car

From the North

Travel south heading for the Forth Road Bridge. When on the A92 (the main road between Dundee and M90) exit by turning right at the first sign for Glenrothes North and Leslie. Straight through first roundabout. Turn right at the next roundabout (Brown Tourist Sign: Balgeddie House Hotel). Continue on this road over one mini roundabout and at the second mini roundabout turn left into Balgeddie Way.

From the South

From Edinburgh Airport, travel north on M90 over the Forth Road Bridge. Leave M90 at exit 2a, signed Glenrothes. Continue on A92 until, signed for Glenrothes North and Leslie. Turn left onto A911, straight through three roundabouts. At next roundabout turn right onto B969 (Brown Tourist Board Sign: Balgeddie House Hotel). At the next roundabout turn left (Brown Tourist Board Sign: Balgeddie House Hotel).Continue on this road over one mini roundabout and at the second mini roundabout turn left into Balgeddie Way.


Glenrothes in the administrative centre of Fife with many local government departments and agencies located here.



For those looking to explore Fife, Tayside and Perthshire Balgeddie is an ideal central point. It is within easy driving distance of the East Neuk Coastal Villages, St Andrews , Dundee and Perth. Many activities such as Knock hill Racing Circuit or Cluny Clays are close by. Rothes Hall where many shows and concerts are held is also a short drive away.


Landmarks and getting around

21 miles from Forth Bridges
20 miles from St Andrews
3 miles from Falkland Palace
32 miles from Edinburgh
6 miles rom Fife Coastal Path

East Neuk

Extending south of St Andrews as far as Largo Bay, Fife's East Neuk (or 'corner') is most famous for its incredibly picturesque fishing villages such as Crail, Anstruther, Pittenweem, St Monans and Elie.


A trip to Fife is usually associated with a round of golf. Balgeddie offers a central point for your golf trip. The major courses such as Gleneagles, The Old Course and Carnoustie are all within an hours drive and there is a plethora of many excellent courses all within a half hour drive.

We are only 20 minutes drive from St. Andrews, the "home of golf" and we are surrounded by many local courses. We are happy to arrange tee off times. Other outdoor activities can be arranged, e.g. Clay Pigeon Shooting, off road driving, fly fishing tuition to name but a few.