Kingskettle’s Crown Hotel, located in the centre of the Fife village that inspired children’s favourite The Singing Kettle, has been put on the market, with Colliers International inviting offers around £175,000. The four-bedroom village hotel, a Georgian townhouse with contemporary extension and spacious accommodation over two main levels, includes bar, restaurant and a three-bedroom owner’s flat. It ceased trading in early 2013, following the owner’s exit and move to the south.
Central Fife provides a popular base for tourists and visitors exploring East and Central Scotland, with the Crown Hotel benefiting from its relative proximity to St Andrews – the golfer’s ‘Mecca’. The village of Kingskettle, which also hosts The Singing Kettle shop, is conveniently located adjacent to the A92 Dundee-Glenrothes/Kirkcaldy main road.

Alistair Letham, a director with selling agent Colliers International, commented: “The Crown Hotel offers a great opportunity for a ‘new start’ venture for enthusiastic proprietors keen to run their own business. Its prominent corner location, at the heart of Kingskettle, puts it in an excellent position to cater for the requirements of locals and visitors alike.”

Selling agent Colliers International is inviting offers around £175,000 for Crown Hotel, 17 Main Street, Kingskettle, Cupar, Fife, KY15 7PN