|Address||High Street, Falkland|
|Other names||Palace Inn|
|Tabor Retreat Centre|
|See map||Map T (5)|
|OS grid ref||NO 25304 7446|
|Latitude & longitude||56°15′13″N 3°12′26″W|
Key House is a house in Falkland High Street, now used for holiday lets. It was previously the Tabor Retreat Centre.
|HES listing details|
|Reference: LB31256||Date: 01/12/1971||Category: B|
Key House (formerly Palace Inn) and Key Cottage, High Street
Dated TMMX 1713 at door lintel 2-storey 3-window harled and whitewashed with margins, crow-stepped and slated. Rear part.
|Statement of special interest
Cobbled area in front.
Inn; retreat centre
"On High Street's N side, immediately W of the Palace, the harled and crowstepped Key House, set well back. Steep-pitched roof confirming the door lintel's date of 1713."
"The house, which is run by the Tabor Trust, a registered charity, is managed by Lynda Wright, a Church of Scotland Deaconess and member of the Iona Community, both of whom are trained in spiritual direction. A chapel in the converted stable is available for individual or group use, and there is a meditation each evening for residents.
- ↑ HES record for LB31256. The Description seems incomplete.
- ↑ Gifford, Fife, page 219.
- ↑ The Falkland Directory."