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Jean and Angus run this 4-star guest house with wide, ever-changing sea views. Jean greeted us with warmth and kindness, showed us to a lovely room with en suite; fresh, slightly quirky seaside theme with everything we could ask for. Breakfast is in the large...More
The property is situated on the main route through Burntisland, so we found it no problem. From the moment we stepped foot into Gruinard guest house, i knew we were in for a treat!!
The lovely welcome from Jean and Gus was delightful after a...More
Great place, Superb Breakfast and the host Jean and Gus make you feel like you are at your own home. If you want to visit Edinburgh and you don't mind taking the train, this is an top alternative. We were there in August, at festival...More
I can not believe .... Working up Scotland booked over Internet had an auto reply... I looked at reviews last was week before ... Driving down the road looking at house numbers looking for 148 and there is a gap between 149 & 147..... Couple...More
Response from GMolly, Owner at Gruinard Guest HouseResponded 29 September 2016
I am the owner of 148 Kinghorn Road and we are very much still in business. The gap in between 147 and 149 is just a gap as all the add numbers are on one side and the even numbers are on the...More
Just spent one night here but one of the best b&bs we have stayed in while in the UK. Nothing was left to chance. All needs catered for! Thanks Jean and Gus. Carmel, Mary Geraldine and Brian Ryan from Australia . So close to Edinburgh...More
are you by any chance dog friendly, our mollie is well travelled here and abroad without any problems !
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Response from GMolly | Property representative |
Good evening Maggie
I am so sorry but we are unable to take dogs for the near future. We do love dogs but circumstances have changed and it is not an option for us right now. I am sorry but I cannot recommend anyone I know... More
Good evening Maggie
I am so sorry but we are unable to take dogs for the near future. We do love dogs but circumstances have changed and it is not an option for us right now. I am sorry but I cannot recommend anyone I know off in the area although I think you might be lucky looking at farmhouse type accommodation? I do hope you find somewhere and enjoy your holiday. Kind regards Jean