Harbour House

88 Pettycur Road, Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland, KY3 9RW, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $217.00

Travel Blogs from Kinghorn

Day one! (or is it day two...)

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk


... Instead the tour guide focused on the importance of Robert the Bruce in establishing Scotland's independence and the creation of the United Kingdom -fun fact the people of Scotland are having a referendum this year to decide if they will become their own independent sovereign nation! - stopped at a statue of Hume, believed to be the father of philosophy of Scotland. As an atheist, he spent his life trying to disprove superstition, ironic because now it is ...

Day 9 Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul


... Guess what another large crowd, the guards at the castle and the band were doing the trooping of the colours and the band then proceed to march down the road to the church to greet Edward. Eventually we make it into the castle. Its magnificent, high on the hill overlooking all of Edinburgh, which is a lot larger than I expected. The views are unbelievable. It was great to be able to view the castle at our leisure instead of rushing around and having to leave & get on ...

Alnwick Garden, the Wedding, and Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by flynnmn


... is Britain's largest tree house, which is also a cafe, and has a number of "proper," as the Brits say, swinging rope bridges. Conveniently, the garden is adjacent to the castle where the wedding took place. Held in the "Guest Hall" the eighty guests, dressed in their best hats and finery, were treated to the official union of Stacey and Alex. Unlike in the U.S. the ceremonies in the U.K. are official government regulated affairs, ...

Day walking Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by bhower66


Well we got up this morning and attended a church service at a Church of Scotland (Presbyterian) service. It was a great service and the message given was one we could of heard at any church of any demonination. We then took the bus into Edinburgh and went to the Grass Market and ate at Maggie Dickson's restaurant. We ate here because on the bus tour we learned about her and ...

Day 8 - Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by m_rosas91


... up to the Jolly Judge off of the Royal Mile, and over to Ensign Ewart, which is named after Ensign Charles Ewart, who served with the Royal Scots Greys and was known as "The Hero of Waterloo" after single handedly capturing the standard of the French 45th Regiment in the 1815 battle. From here, we ventured to New Town where we ended the tour at The Kenilworth and enjoyed a nice walk back to the hotel at sunset. ...

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This hotel, located on 88 Pettycur Road, Kinghorn, is near Walkabout Scotland and Ghost Hunter Trail.
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