Last updated 14/08/2019
The Railway Inn is a friendly and traditional village pub and has been an established public house in Lower Largo, Fife, since 1749. Situated near the East Neuk section of the Fife Coastal Path, it is a firm favourite with ramblers, dog walkers and locals alike. The current owners, Alistair and Oormi Rae, took over in December 2013.
A great selection of draught beer is on offer from traditional Scottish beers such as Tennents Lager and Belhaven Best to some new world lagers such as Estrella and Stella Artois alongside classics like Guinness and Strongbow. In addition, there are five Scottish guest ales available which are updated on a weekly basis. Our ales come from all over Scotland from Orkney to the Borders Brewery as well as from our local Eden Mill Brewery in Guardbridge.
We also offer a selection of over 25 Malt Whiskies as well as an extensive gin selection. Bar snacks are also available.
Sky Sports and BT Sport show live sporting action on a regular basis. You can join our weekly Quiz Night on Thursdays or the Spanish Class on a Tuesday, both run by our locals.
There is a private beer garden to the rear of the pub with a sheltered and heated smoking area. There are also picnic benches at the front of the property where you can catch the evening sunshine.
Dogs are welcome and children are allowed in the pub until 8pm.
Staff are fantastic. They remember us year after year even though we are only down for a week every year. Lovely selection of beer and gin too. Oh and dog friendly too. In fact our dog is remembered more than we are! Love it!
A pub how a pub should be. Friendly, great atmosphere and great ale!
Quaint well presented old pub, staffed by a friendly barmaid and locals were equally friendly. If Carlsberg made pubs .....
We rented a cottage in the village and walked down to the pub on our first night a really traditional pub with great atmosphere and friendly locals a fantastic range of beers and gins from the local Eden brewery.
We nipped in here with for a quick drink after being out for a meal. What a little gem! The decor was lovely with lots of different, interesting items on display. It had a warm, cosy atmosphere and the service was excellent. With us were my two little dogs and in no time a member of staff came over with a bowl of water for them. It was so thoughtful. The beer was judged excellent by my partner, which is praise indeed. Compared to our village local, the Railway Inn is a model of how a pub should be run. Fabulous!!