Falkland Estate sits at the very heart of Fife, some 35 miles north of Edinburgh. The Estate covers around some 1900 hectares, just under one-fifth of which is wooded, with the rest divided between arable farmland on the low ground and rough grazing on the hills. More than a third is an important “designed” landscape whose major elements date from the 19th century.WoodWorks is based in the Centre For Stewardship, please see directions to follow:
There are bus stops in both the village of Falkland and by the Pillars of Hercules cafe. Check Traveline Scotland for details
The nearest train stations are Ladybank and Markinch. Check Traveline Scotland for further details. There are occasional connecting buses from Ladybank to Falkland. For Markinch, you will need to get a bus to Glenrothes then back out to Falkland. There is also a taxi office in Markinch .
From the Village of Falkland – After turning into Falkland’s main street (passing the Palace on your right), continue past the fountain, and keep straight ahead into the street called Westport (passing the Violin Shop on the right). At the end of the village, turn right (following the sign for the Cricket Club). Go through the main gates and you are at the entrance to Falkland