A small village in E Fife, Craigrothie is situated on the Craigrothie Burn 4 miles (6 km) south of Cupar. The village was once a coaching stop on the route to Cupar and horses were changed at the nearby Chance Inn or 'Change Inn'. To the south is Struthers Castle which dates from the end of the 14th Century. In 1663 the title of Lord Struthers was conferred on the first Earl of Lindsay by Charles I who later visited the Castle.

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