15 Excise Street
Kincardine on Forth

Unicorn Inn

Historical FeatureLandmark Dining/Pub


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A 17th Century coaching Inn, established 1639 in the heart of an historic port town - Kincardine. The Unicorn Inn was the birthplace of celebrated physicist and chemist Sir James Dewar (1842-1923), inventor of the vacuum flask, and the first person to liquefy hydrogen gas.

This innovation still exists today in the unique experience of the new Unicorn Brasserie, where our inspired and passionate Chef's will tempt you with homemade dishes. A family run business providing a welcome and comfortable atmosphere, family friendly, creating the perfect dining experience for you to enjoy.



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