Photographs Lower Largo, Fife
Photographs Self Catering, Fife
where it always feels
on the Coast of Fife, Scotland
If you're looking for a family day trip or an informative
why not try our suggestions:
Along the East Coast
For a great trip why not see the other villages surrounding lower
largo such as a day in Pittenweem.
Or what about a day just admiring the beautiful boats in Anstruther's
Harbour ? At the same time you can visit the local nature reserve
which is only one mile long located out at the firth of forth.
- Set off to St Andrews only a 15 minutes drive and take the children
to the Sea
Life Centre where young and old can see the wonderful world of
the sea and it's inhabitants from shrimp to shark after having a look
at what the aquarium has to offer, you can eat alfresco on their beachfront
South East & Edinburgh
But for a day out in Edinburgh that you're looking for then it has
a lot to offer, why not visit its famous Edinburgh
Castle or the Royal
Mile. You can enjoy the many attractions on the way such as the
Holyrood House. Or at the end of the day look in on the National
Gallery or even the Chambers
- Other options that are in Edinburgh then there's always the Edinburgh
Butterfly and Insect World with its fantastic, breath- taking
creatures. You will enter into there world and will discover bugs
you never knew existed. Well recommended.
- If you still fancy seeing a bit more of Edinburgh then why not spend
the day at Edinburgh
Zoo. One of Scotland's leading zoos, get the chance to see some
animals such as tigers, penguins and other countless species.
Glasgow, home to a lot of well known places such as the Glasgow Science
Centre or the MacIntosh
School of Art. There are lots to see and do and even if it's just
for a couple of hours you can keep yourself very busy. Visit the Gallery
of Modern Art, a child friendly gallery the exhibition exists
of 4 galleries and admission if free.
- Take a walk through the People's
Palace and Winter Gardens or enjoy the many beautiful exotic plants
in the large greenhouse.
House - visit the house that was built in 1931. The elegant rooms
and beautiful art is all shown on a tour. Pollok house is a delightful
place to spend a few hours away from the hustle and bustle of the
Upper Estuary of the Forth
- Deep Sea
World - a fantastic day out. Get the chance to go to a touch pool
where you can get close to some wonderful underwater creatures. Take
a journey through the inhabited depths of the deepest ocean. See rays,
sharks and over 1000 other fishes and marine life.
45 Minutes from the cottages (north east)
- just 45 minutes from the cottage, you can get a taste of the highland
scenery with its many rivers, walks and castles. Visit historic Scone
Palace and enjoy a days shopping in Perth.
Stirling. Take a wander around Stirling
Castle that looks over the town. Stirling has provided the setting
for many colourful events through Scottish history; it has many attractions
for visitors including Argyll's lodgings, royal palace of James v.
Or visit Stirling's old town
jail and put yourself in to a prisoners shoes and discover what
life most have been like behind bars over 150 years ago.
- Visit Bannockburn
where a heritage centre has been built on what is believed to where
Robert the Bruce directed his troops. Then see what the centre has
to offer and look at the audio visual presentation on the battle and
- Falkirk Wheel
the worlds first and only rotating boat lift.The Falkirk Wheel is
very unique, this exhibit has lots to offer with its café, kids play
area and gift shop.
Lanark - Go and see the cotton mills in New Lanark. An hour away
from Edinburgh and Glasgow. It is Scotland's most important monument
to the Industrial revolution but now it has become a world heritage
site. With it's beautiful architecture and good museum with a theme
park style ride taking you through new Lanark's history.
Visit the borders. With loads of castles, such as Floors
Castle, and abbeys telling the history of Border disputes with
England, they also have a selection of woolen mills. A wonderful assortment
of scenery featuring river valleys and bleak moorland. Look around
the gardens and visit Peebles, with its quaint shops and picturesque
town. You won't be disappointed. Hopefully we have given a few suggestions
for a great day out, around the cottage.
on the Coast of Fife, Scotland
|Contact: Vyvyen Corrigan
40 Lynedoch Road,
Scone, Perth, Perthshire,
|| Tel: +44 (0)1738 506126
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