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Cupar Burgh Chambers Open Day

Published on 9th February 2018

Fife Historic Buildings Trust will be having an Open Day on Sunday 25th February 2018, at Cupar Burgh Chambers. This is an opportunity to come and see the extensive and impressive restoration before it is furnished and transformed into a holiday apartment for the 2018 high season.  Guided tours will be given and it is essential to book these in advance, to do so, please email "> and provide us with the name of each person attending and a main contact telephone number.

Remaining spaces for the tours

10.00am tour – 1 space available
10.45am tour – 1 space available
2.30pm tour – 1 space available
3.15pm tour – 2 spaces available

(12 people max per tour; including walking children)

Feel free to pass the information on to friends, family and colleagues to help spread the word

Please note there is no disabled access to the property, and there are multiple stairs to each level. Tours will last approximately 30 minutes

The apartment has been re-designed to have two bedrooms, each with its own ensuite as well as a large open living/dining room, with views across Cupar Town Centre. It is in the perfect position to explore Cupar itself or travel further afield to the likes of St Andrews, Dundee and the East Neuk of Fife. Cupar Burgh Chambers is the ideal holiday apartment which is intended to sleep up to seven people. Online bookings will be available shortly, if you do have any enquries in the meantime, please email "> 

We look forward to seeing you soon


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