Welcome to Scotlandwell, which takes its name from the Well, whose health-giving waters bubble up under a canopy erected in 1858 by local laird Thomas Bruce of Arnot (1808-91). First recorded c.1245 as Fons Scocie, ‘the well of Scotland (north of the Forth)’; was situated on the main route linking Inverkeithing with Perth and was clearly of national significance in medieval times.

Scotlandwell is a great starting place to explore Bishop Hill and the Loch Leven Heritage Trail.