Inchview Hotel

Address: 69 Kinghorn Road, Burntisland, Fife, Scotland, KY3 9EB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 69 Kinghorn Road, Burntisland, is near Walkabout Scotland and Ghost Hunter Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Burntisland

    Hello Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 03, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... the school behind it could well have been part of the inspiration for Hogwarts and the houses in it have similar colours. There was only one other bloke in the group of twenty on the tour. A great way for a young bloke to meet a young girl as they comprised the majority of the tour. The rain got heavier as the one hour tour continued and was downright painful. We ended up soaked despite raincoats and the appearance of "The Poncho". This was ...

    Day 4: Edinburgh castle

    A travel blog entry by stephygirl on Aug 11, 2014

    86 photos

    ... to hidden restaurants, shops, and come out on other streets. We went through one called advocates close and saw a beautiful very old door. Above the door in the stone it said "blessed be god of all his gifts 1592". Such a small but beautiful hidden sight. We walked all day and saw so much. Now we are about to pass out. We set 3 alarms so we know we won't miss our bus! Tomorrow we are traveling through the countryside of Scotland, through England, and into ...

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

    A travel blog entry by jsafnuk on Jul 02, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... be good luck to rub his toe! -walked down a close (narrow alleyway between streets that is often right through buildings) and came out into a beautiful courtyard beside the museum of writers. Learnt about some important authors within Scotland's history. Can't wait to explore some more closes on our own, beautiful! -walked to the Hub. A church that has been turned into a restaurant/ event centre. -viewed the castle from the bottom of the royal mile and listened to ...


    A travel blog entry by hralbee on Jan 25, 2014

    44 photos

    ... unfortunately). Back to the bar it was and there was live music. Since the seating was limited, we actually had to sit on the stage which was hilarious because the spotlight was on us and our friend Shannon (from Canada, but lives in London now) that we met. It was our job to pick the songs for him to sing and we enjoyed listening to the music and the crazy stories that Shannon was telling us of her travels.

    Friday morning, we were off bright and ...


    A travel blog entry by blairn99 on Aug 04, 2013

    2 photos

    Well the first place I land in Scotland is Edinburgh, I still have problems writing the name of this city as it isn't pronounces like its spelt, I guess its the Scottish accent that gives it that rolling sound to the name. Even though I am told the the Scotts speak english their accent is going to be the hardest thing to deal with. Personally I quite like the accent and hope that I don't have to much trouble. Its funny how we look back at our heritage and ...