A small village in Kilmany Parish, NE Fife, situated on the A914 road 3 miles (5 km) north of Cupar. Kilmany Primary school and Parish Hall are located here.

In mediaeval times the lands of Rathillet supported the Dominican priory in Cupar and in 1679 one of its inhabitants, David Hackston, was one of the Covenanting murderers of Archbishop James Sharp. To the north lies the beautifully landscaped Mountquhanie Estate, once the property of the earls of Fife.

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