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Many visitors have access requirements whether or not related to a disability. There loads of places in Scotland that make it easier for visitors to enjoy our country "by providing the right information and excellent customer service".
In Fife we have a couple of accommodation facilities, the newly built The Rings which is a new accessible holiday accommodation facility near Cupar, and also the award wining Homelands Trust which is purpose-built, accessible self-catering cottages and drop-in centre.
Many attractions & providers in Fife have access statements including The British Golf Museum, Falkland Palace, Museum of the University of St Andrews, Scottish Fisheries Museum, Rufflets Hotel & more!
Euan’s Guide features disabled access reviews of hotels, restaurants, cinemas, theatres and more by disabled people and their families and friends.
They also did an Accessible Kingdom of Fife itinerary for WelcometoFife: http://www.welcometofife.com/recommended-trip/the-accessible-kingdom-of-fife