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Welcome to Vicarsford lodge Guest House

Address: St Michael by Leuchars, Newport, KY16 0DT

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By car: From the M8 or M9: - Exit either motorway for Forth Road Bridge (the A90). - Continue, following signs for the A90. - Proceed across the bridge and through to the M90. - Exit the M90 by following signs for the A92. - Continue on the A92. You will cross 7 roundabouts. - At the 8th roundabout (near Woodhaven), take the 3rd exit towards the A914. - Take the 2nd left and head towards the B945. - Turn right and Vicarsford is approximately 1 km down the road. Parking: Off-road parking is available at the hotel, free of charge. By train (from Leuchars Railway Station (3.5 miles, 5.5 km): Exit the station and catch the number 72 bus (towards Ninewells) and ask to get off halfway up the A945, near Vicarsford.

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The University of Abertay Dundee - University

The University of Abertay Dundee - University

Distance 4.52 miles (7.23 km)
As a university we are immensely proud of our academic achievements but there is a great deal more to us. We are a modern new university, one with a long history and have quickly become one of Scotland's leading universities, highly ranked for our academic performance and with a talented group of students and academics who make us the success we are.

Dundee United Football Club - Football Club

Dundee United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.96 miles (7.94 km)
Dundee United Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the city of Dundee. Officially they are nicknamed The Terrors with the supporters known as The Arabs, though the latter term has been applied equally, if not more, to the club in recent times via the sporting media. Occasionally, The Tangerines is another term used to describe the club. Their playing kit is distinct; tangerine in colour, first used when played under the Dallas Tornado moniker in the North American Soccer League of 1967. In European competition, they are Scotland's fourth most succesful team, competing 22 seasons in Europe, in a total of 104 European matches (5 more than Aberdeen F.C.) as of August, 2005.