Carnbee, Fife

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Carnbee
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Approaching Carnbee
Carnbee is located in Fife
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Carnbee shown within Fife
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56°14′56″N 2°45′32″W / 56.249°N 2.759°W / 56.249; -2.759Coordinates: 56°14′56″N 2°45′32″W / 56.249°N 2.759°W / 56.249; -2.759

Carnbee is a village and rural parish in the inland part of the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland.

Location[edit]

It lies to the north of Anstruther and Pittenweem. There is a very small village and the church (dating from 1793) stands amid gently rolling agricultural land. The hamlet of Arncroach lies within this parish. It has a nearby cheese factory.

The parish includes Kellie Castle, formerly the seat of the Earls of Kellie.