Backmarch House

Address: Norval Place, Rosyth, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, KY11 2RJ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Norval Place, Rosyth, Dunfermline, is near Deep Sea World, Deep Sea World, Forth Bridge, and Hopetoun House.
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Travel Blogs from Dunfermline

A Narrow Escape With My Luggage

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 20, 2015

6 comments, 3 photos

... graveyard, the camera I borrowed from Heather for this trip momentarily stopped working. (Turned out, it just needed some more batteries, but anyway, I wasn't able to take the pics I had wanted to. I tried using my tablet, but they didn't turn out great, especially as my hair was flying around into the picture. However, I did take a few miutes to took at a history placard showing the great age of the church, or abbey as I believe it is called. It dates from the ...

Day Four - UK Study Tour with Mindstretchers

A travel blog entry by on Nov 01, 2013

19 photos

Cowgate was beautiful ! First Leanne led us to a pocket of greenness, a stones throw from Edinburgh castle. The key unlocked a heavy gate, allowing us to explore this miniature wilderness. Ponds, woodpiles, climbing trees and even mini crab apples made for an unexpected natural play space in the middle of this great city. We headed to the centre..... Neutral tones, with thoughtfully placed artistic creations made for a relaxing space that respected ...

First 24 hours in Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by joycastillo3 on Jul 12, 2013

... really classic! At 9pm the musicians began to trickle in, one by one (some appeared to know eachother, but it was clearly a "drop in" kind of thing). Once seated, they headed to the bar, got a pint of liquid inspiration, and then proceeded to play traditional tunes. At one point (around 10:30), there were about fourteen musicians jamming together, and the vibe was really amazing. Nancy and I thought of all the people we knew who would get ...

Rugby taking over the city

A travel blog entry by alessandro.dh on Feb 09, 2013

4 comments, 5 photos

"Rugby taking over the city" is a title that should definitely be taken literal. Fairly unknown in Belgium, however this sport does seem to call up the inner child in the average Scotsman. Let's say rugby is to Scots what cyclocross is to Belgians.


Fringe Fest & Hairy Coos!

A travel blog entry by shishan on Aug 11, 2012

14 photos

... the poem =) And Loch Drunkie gets its name from whiskey smugglers; who used to hide barrels of it in the loch so as not to pay taxes on it. Some believe the loch retains a hint of alcohol in it, lol.

Oh, we also went to visit some cute "hairy coos" =D They're shaggy highland cows, and they're adorable! There's not many of them left cause apparently the breed is not good for milk or meat, and are kept as pets these days. Uh-oh...