The Roods Bed & Breakfast

Address: 16 Bannerman Avenue, Inverkeithing, Fife, Scotland, KY11 1NG, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 16 Bannerman Avenue, Inverkeithing, is near Deep Sea World, Deep Sea World, Inchcolm Abbey, and Forth Bridge.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking

        TripAdvisor Reviews The Roods Bed & Breakfast Inverkeithing

        5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Inverkeithing

        And I'm off...

        A travel blog entry by alanaduncan on Sep 09, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... delete as appropriate) in a year. Alana x PS Don't forget me! --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ------------------------------ Update; 1) IM ALIVE! 2) I made it to the hotel, no problem and best of all I have my own room and bathroom (with Mickey Mouse on the shower screen!!) 3) Had to give in and have a McDonalds on the first night as I was too tired to go ...

        Kilts, tattoos, and friends reunited

        A travel blog entry by boval on Aug 18, 2013

        1 comment, 116 photos

        ... along the fencelines.
        Having decided to get the boat from Newcastle, which takes us close to Amsterdam, we book the tickets for the next day and find ourselves another camp ground, which is in a farmers paddock, run by the farmer. He comes around on his 4wheeler to collect the money. Full facilities are on site, and it is a nice spot, with families camped in two paddocks and for the first time, we hear children playing football with mums and ...

        Churches, Gravestones, and a Police Escort

        A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 15, 2013

        3 comments, 6 photos

        ... looked after by John Gray for the last two years of the old man's life. After the death of Gray, Bobby reportedly guarded his grave for fourteen years, capturing the heart of the Lord Provost, William Chambers (whose own statue stands nearby on Chambers Street). Chambers organised for the Town Council to pay for Bobby's dog licence, and so saved him from being rounded up and destroyed. Bobby was buried just outside the graveyard, near where his stone stands ...

        More Performances on the Fringe

        A travel blog entry by ianandjen on Aug 26, 2012

        4 photos

        ... could not follow the story line. Also, the venue was not suitable and they had sold too many tickets – so we were all jammed in like sardines in a tin. By the time the performance finished (they usually last about 50 minutes) we were all roasting – the complete opposite to the outside temperature.

        We had a slow wander back to our apartment via the shops and the Fringe on the Royal Mile. ...

        Dan's introduction to Scotland

        A travel blog entry by ourgrandtour on Jan 20, 2012

        11 photos

        ... the trip thanks to some really great tips from our friend Courtney who lived in Edinburgh for some time. If only we had more meals and drink opportunities we would have done the full complement of Court's suggestions! We also had good timing and stumbled across the Edinburgh farmers markets at the bottom of the castle. The rock that the castle sits on looks amazing when it is lit up by the sun in the morning so it was the perfect location to enjoy ...