Boreland Lodge Hotel

Address: 31 - 33 Boreland Road, Inverkeithing, Fife, Scotland, KY11 1da, United Kingdom | 2 star b&b
 
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This 2 star B&B, located on 31 - 33 Boreland Road, Inverkeithing, is near Deep Sea World, Deep Sea World, Inchcolm Abbey, and Forth Bridge.
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      Travel Blogs from Inverkeithing

      #indyref #yesscotland

      A travel blog entry by andrewamos on Sep 18, 2014

      12 photos

      Today was the independence referendum in Scotland. The referendum asked Scots "Should Scotland be an independent country?" It was a great debate, and one I was very interested in leading up to my trip here. When in recent history has a country had the opportunity to peacefully, passionately and logically debate its independence without violence or war?

      I spend the day resting after my really long journey from Melbourne, and read that all the polling places had opened and ...

      Scotland

      A travel blog entry by gaeburnett on Jun 29, 2014

      Today we flew out of Paris to Bermingham and on to Edinburgh. Picked up our hire car and proceeded to miss our turn off to Inverkeithing where we stayed the night. Stayed in an old lodge the four of us in one room. Very tiny. Went for a walk and got fish & chips for tea. Then sat in the dining room of the lodge and had a cuppa and chocolate and planned our next day. Booked in at a hotel in Aboyne for the next night. Acccommodation a bit hard to ...

      The Road to the Isles

      A travel blog entry by margarethilson on Sep 07, 2013

      6 comments, 4 photos

      ... and glens that aren’t always easily
      accessible by road. It was also picture
      card beautiful as unlike the previous two trips North, the heather was in full
      bloom and the highlands tingled with that misty purple that is Scotland’s
      trademark. It was probably the most
      relaxing way to visit the Highlands as no one had to drive the narrow roads,
      and Scots Rail serves a not bad wine although the sandwiches ...

      Ballycastle-Belfast-Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 20, 2013

      2 photos

      ... a pretty awesome bean burger, and Darren got a Jambalaya, which he said he'd always wanted to try. After lunch we went up the road to Primark, to try find some new clothes. I found one t-shirt after searching around for a while, then realised there was a whole other level of women's clothes! I couldn't be bothered with that, so I got my shirt, and we went back to the music shop. We had a look at a 1/2 size guitar in the rock shop up the road (still the same company), and ...

      Catch up and Scotland

      A travel blog entry by sydneychampigny on Dec 07, 2012

      1 comment, 48 photos

      ... and the bodies of the soldiers were put in mass graves which are now marked with stones that identity their clans. Later in the afternoon as we were making our way north towards Skye we stopped at the Tomatin whiskey distillery for a quick sampling. I have tasted a few whiskies before and the Tomatin 15 years was the only one I have ever almost enjoyed... But of course my favorite was the 'Big T' a lovely blended whiskey that made me think of Nelly! We had to make tracks ...