It might upset a few Scots to know that fried fish and chips did not originate in Scotland but the first shops were in England. It is said the first fish and chip shop in Scotland was opened in Dundee in the 1870s by a Belgian immigrant. Whatever the truth, fish and chips became a staple of the Scottish diet. So it comes as no surprise that The Kingswood Hotel’s ‘Chip Shop Night’ is always successful.
Keeping with the sea theme the Kingswood Hotel is donating 15% of the proceeds to the RNLI Kinghorn. The RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Insitution ) are a registered charity and seperate from the coastguard and are independant of government. For 200 years they have been saving lifes.
All the chip shop favourites will be here, battered or breaded haddock, battered haggis or black pudding and Vegetarian options as well.
The Kingswood Hotel in Fife offers a convenient and welcoming space for family and friends to gather and pay their respects to a loved one and share memories.
A celebration of life is an opportunity for everyone to pay tribute to a loved one who has recently passed away. It lets people say goodbye and honour their loved one’s legacy in a unique and personal way.
Our experienced team can help you plan your day, making it stress free during a very difficult and emotional time. Kingswood Hotel can accommodate small intimate gatherings right up to 200+ people and can liaise with your chosen funeral directors. All our spaces have their own personal bar facilities, lots of free parking and overlook the Forth to Edinburgh. We are conveniently based on main train and bus routes, accommodation may also be reserved for guests who live further away.
Funeral Tea Packages Catered For:Beverages & Snacks Finger Buffet Lunch Buffet Sit Down Meal Bespoke Menus
For more information:
Kinghorn Road, Burntisland
Fife KY3 9LL