The image top is of the Square at Kingsbarns
with the Parish Church,
mainly built in the 1700s, with the earliest
parts from the 1600s.
The Square gives the impression the Village
is larger than it actually is, probably laid
out at a time the Village was expected to grow
into a larger Town, which is now happening with
many new homes being built on the west
The Inn at Kingsbarns is
next to the Square. This is a former 1700s
The Cottages at Kingsbarns are like the
Cottages at Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond,
probably built in the 1700s for Estate
Kingsbarns Beach is on the southeast side of
the Village, a long sandy Beach with a Snack
Club is about 1 mile south of the Village.
This course was opened in 2000 as one of the
top Links Courses in Scotland, and one of the
Golf has been played at Kingsbarns from
1793, with the first Course being converted
back to farm land, and the second Mined to stop
Germans from landing there during World War
Two, soon becomming the least popular Golf
Course in the world, for obvious reasons.
Gardens with a Cafe is about 1 mile south
of Kingsbarns. You can visit the Gardens most
of the year.
House was built in the 1700s, home to the
Kingsbarns Distilly opened in 2014 in
a converted Farm Steading on the Cambo Estate,
under 2 miles south of Kingsbarns. The first
Bottles of Kingsbarns Single Malt Whisky were
sold in 2019.
The Kingsbarns Distillery has a Shop, Cafe,
and offers a number of Tours with Tastings, now
also making Gin with Gin Tours as well.
1100s - Cambo Estate to the south of
Kingsbarns was awarded to Robert de Newenham by
King William the Lion.
1100s - Pitmilly Estate to the North of
Kingsbarns was owned by the Hay Family.