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

Scotland heading south

A travel blog entry by traveldons on Jul 18, 2015

2 comments, 20 photos

... is currently under construction and the huge pylons sit proudly in the firth waiting to be connected. Coming back from St Andrews the views across this section of the firth were more tranqil as the farms rolled across the plains towards the sea.

The decommissioned Royal Yacht Britannia is permanently moored in Edinburgh harbour and attracts thousands of visitors to view the lifestyle of the royal family at sea. The experience starts at the ocean terminal at ...

A Narrow Escape With My Luggage

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 20, 2015

6 comments, 3 photos

... My last day of bussing into Perth also reminded me that however peaceful and remote a town I may be in, it is still tainted with worldliness in one way or another. A bus passed by me, emblazoned with a banner advertising the recent release of "Fifty Shades of Grey", and a couple of young women waited nearby for my bus, smoking and dressed in a very gothic manner. One of them must have had about ten metal piercings all over her face, including pressed into her ...

Day Three

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 24, 2014

5 photos

... back to their rooms in preparation for our nightly room checks. We felt as a chaperone group that the reminders to be brief with strangers were warranted after a number of students engaged a couple of Polish gentleman in conversation at the National monument and after a group of Scottish men were calling out to us from across the street on our way back to the hotel. There was certainly no real danger in either of these situations, but we are trying to prevent anything from ...

Athens of the north

A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 15, 2013

11 photos

... cheating was to have one's ear nailed to a block. The only way to set themselves free was to pull their ear away thus tearing the earlobe. Ouch, far too much detail. Hence 37 inches was always measured - to be on the safe side!

Back to the tenement building...about a hundred people occupied the six storey building at any one time. Only half of it now exists as many of the buildings were pulled down for health reasons in times of disease. The poorer folk lived ...

The Borders, Abbeys, and Tea

A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 13, 2013

4 comments, 5 photos

... people to cross over the river that flows through that area to go to church. The bridge is called "The Bridge to Heaven". We saw many more sheep as well. Next on the schedule was Dryburgh Abbey near St. Boswells. The abbey's lovely ruins sit in seclusion in the trees and has some of the best Gothic church architecture in Scotland. It is also the burial place of one of Scotland's most famous authors, Sir Walter Scott. The abbey, which dates back to 1150, is set in a stunning ...