Holidaymakers roaming around Fife find comfortable accommodations at Albert Hotel Fife, set on the banks of Fifth of Worth. Visitors at this bed and breakfast hotel see several sea creatures at Deep Sea World and learn more about local traditions and culture at Queensferry Museum. After exploring the grounds of Dunfermline Palace, vacationers take scenic photos of Forth Rail Bridge nearby.
Albert Hotel Fife features Wi-Fi access throughout the property and room service for added convenience. During free hours, patrons take time to explore the interactive displays and exhibitions at Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum and play card games at Gala Casino Edinburgh.
Albert Hotel is situated along Main Street in North Queensferry, Fife, within five miles from Edinburgh Airport. Before mingling with the locals at Pittencrieff Park, travellers go on guided tours around the historical Abbot House Heritage Centre.
At Albert Fife Hotel, guests enjoy tasty Scottish breakfast meals daily and all-day traditional dishes at the restaurant and bar on site. After touring the area, visitors cap the day sipping beers at the in-house beer garden.
All 10 value-for-money rooms have views of the bridge and come fitted with hairdryer, iron/ironing board, telephone, flat-screen TV, en suite bathroom, and coffee- and tea-making facilities. Cots are also available.
Albert Hotel Rooms
Standard Double with double bed includes all the standard amenities.
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The hotel is located under the bridge and all bedrooms have breath taking views and only 10 miles from Edinburgh and 9 miles from Edinburgh International Airport. It is an ideal base for exploring Edinburgh and the gateway to the highlands. Local attractions include Deep Sea World, Forth Bridge (soon to possibly be a World Heritage Site). Glasgow, Perth, Dundee and St Andrews are all within an hours drive. The Albert Hotel is situated on the banks of The Firth of Forth, in the picturesque village of North Queensferry, Scotland. It enjoys superb views towards The Forth Rail Bridge, (considered one of the 7 wonders of the Victorian age), which stands towering over the Forth.
The bar is open daily from 11am and serves a fine selection of whisky or you can just enjoy a coffee. Food is served each lunch time and at evening time.
The restaurant is open for the service of breakfast.
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.