Balcomie Links Hotel

Address: Balcomie Road, Crail, Fife, Scotland, KY10 3TN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Balcomie Road, Crail, is near Scotland's Secret Bunker, The Scottish Fisheries Museum, Cambo Estate Gardens, and Crail.
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Travel Blogs from Crail

Preparation day

A travel blog entry by hroyan on Aug 31, 2013

Much of today was spent getting ready for tomorrow. I did a last minute washing and as it was blowing a gale everything dried in a twinkling of an eye, we had our regular walk along the front and ventured onto the rocks. Some tiddlers in the rock pools. The wind was quite fierce and cold too - but we managed to find a sheltered seat and sat watching the ...

Sunshine and showers

A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 12, 2013

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... really complain about but interesting 'Lord of the Flies' thing appeared to be going on with group of youngsters and flying jam doughnuts (don't ask) on the site last night. I make sure I have a good shower before we leave just incase the new site has something less desirable...which is probable. It is just starting to rain lightly as we pull the cover over the trailer. We congratulate ourselves on our good timing as we leave. Our journey takes us back to ...

The Royal Mile

A travel blog entry by lesliel on May 26, 2013

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... imagine the royals and all the servants and guards going about their daily duties to protect their city. We had lunch at the castle as well. Both mom and I had portobello mushrooms with vegetarian haggis topped with Brie and a sweet and spicy jelly. It had been cooked in the oven and was delicious. Don't ask me what is in vegetarian haggis but I think it was oats beans and spices. From there we then headed down the Royal Mile, which is the main road in old ...

Jimmy's coastal walk : day 11

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Sep 29, 2011

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I had another new companion on Day 11, Richard Arnot. (As someone who has walked the Length and Breadth of Scotland this would be a dawdle for him.) We were walking on an unusually warm late September day as the temperature climbed to 21C. It required two buses to get to our start point, changing at Anstruther. Leaving Crail we soon reached Fife Ness. At the old harbour there it is possible ...

Adventures in Holyrood

A travel blog entry by tkvthokie on Jun 03, 2007

So we hit Scotland running visiting the two largest cities in 4 days, Glasgow (the former industrial heart of the Highlands) and Edinburgh (the capital). 5 hours on a train seems like a bad time, but was actually very entertaining and scenic. I am a big fan of the European rails at the moment. Glasgow was basicially a qucik stop over for a lecture at Strathclyde University, chinese noodles and a night at a traditonal Scottish inn, very nice. I tried haggis and sadly wasn't impressed. ...