Holiday Inn Express Glenrothes
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Glenrothes
... some of the small islands. We did eventually make it down into Craighouse (8 miles which seemed to take a very long time indeed!) and thought it was well worth the effort.
Sheltered, sunny and with plenty going on, we were very impressed. Resisting the Jura Hotel, we enjoyed quiche and fizz outside at a very good tea room - The Antlers. We discovered that we'd missed the tour of the Jura distillery for the day, so settled for buying some whisky miniatures and having ...
... shops, each FULL of whisky. Not only did they sell actual bottles of whisky (in various sizes) but they also sold whisky-flavoured everything (from fudge to coffee).
After the castle we visited the "Scotch Whisky Experience" which is essentially an educational centre boasting the largest collection of whisky in the world (over 3,000 different types). Denny picked out and then bought ...
... of people inside the castle walls. You know you’re in a small country town/city when the main attraction has a canon that fires at 1pm every day and masses of people congregate to watch it. I found the rooms of Queen Mary of Scots fascinating and the general history of this place. We also enjoyed being in an English-speaking country for the first time on this trip! And time for me to replace my bad French accent imitation for an equally bad Scottish one.
... very good indeed. We are about 1.5miles out from the main street but there are buses right outside the door which will take us into town for 3.20c all day ticket. As we have been travelling around Oxford, York and now Edinburgh they really dont have much parking available in the centre and discourage people from driving in.
As we have been travelling all day we decided to get some takeway food bring back to our apartment and get ready for tomorrows adventure.
The stretch from Glenrothes to the finish line was an incredibly quick one, as momentum was building to the finish line, and the cyclists were all keen to reach the end and celebrate.
Ronnie's rolls at Glenrothes had given Team Donaldson a fresh burst of energy, and Ronnie also had a wonderful little shortcut up his sleeve from Glenrothes to Head Office in Markinch – much to the delight of the cyclists! So it was a speedy and ...