Are you interested in having an Afternoon Tea in Kirkcaldy? Do you crave an assortment of sandwiches, scrumptious scones and heavenly cake? If so, you’ve undoubtedly come to the right place.

Kirkcaldy is a town and former royal burgh situated in Fife on the east coast of Scotland. It lies some 12 miles north of Edinburgh and 28 miles south-southwest of Dundee. Whatever your reason for visiting, be sure to find time for a nice spot of lunch. Go on – indulge! You’ve earned it.

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People have inhabited the Kirkcaldy area since at least the Bronze Age. The first records of the town itself, however, date back to 1075 when Malcolm III granted the settlement to the church of Dunfermline.

King David I later gave the burgh to Dunfermline Abbey, which had succeeded the church – a status which was officially recognised by Robert the Bruce in 1327. Centuries later, in 1644, Kirkcaldy finally gained its independence from Abbey rule when it was created a royal burgh by Charles I.

Kirkcaldy grew as an important trading port owing to its harbour, later developing salt, coal mining and nail-making industries. Linen manufacture followed in 1672, followed by linoleum less than 200 years later, in 1847. Nowadays, the town has much, much more on offer, including several Afternoon Tea Kirkcaldy establishments – all of which are well worth visiting.