A former Fife hotel has been severely damaged by a fire.
The Lundin Links Hotel is thought to have been devastated by a significant blaze that ripped through the derelict building on Saturday night.
At one point eight fire appliances were in attendance at the landmark property, which sits prominently on the main road through the popular seaside town.
The blaze is believed to have started on the second floor of the four-storey building, shortly before 8pm.
Fire crews from Methil, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, Lochgelly and Dunfermline were all scrambled to the scene, with a thorough search concluding that nobody was inside.
Traffic was diverted away from the scene, with the building located just metres away from the busy A915, the main road between the East Neuk and central Fife.
After extinguishing the blaze and conducting further searches of the building, fire crews left the scene at around 11.15pm.
The hotel closed its doors in 2014 and the C-listed building was then purchased by developers.
Despite having been surrounded by security fencing, there had been reports of vandalism to parts of the building.