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

    Day 30: Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by creeky on Aug 04, 2015

    ... and a shirt. By this time it was 5:45 and we had missed out on going in the staterooms at Holyroodhouse Palace, but we still could finish the bus tour, so we jumped on the original bus again to finish our tour. Luckily we were able to see the palace, as the tour went passed it a couple of times to view the exterior ( we had already seen Windsor castle and Buckingham palace, so it was ok.) When we arrived back at ...

    Edinburgh/ Halesworth

    A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... of course. Not a lot to see so we head off to Burgh Castle, ruins from the Roman occupation of the area. We learn that the land has changed hugely, risen out of the sea - or the sea has receded and the castle was built on the estuary edge which in Roman times was a deep sea port with great shelter. All along this coast the Romans built strategic defences and this was one of them. What remains if the castle has been incorporated into a wee church but ...


    A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... in the 1600s!! I then walked up to the castle and bought some amazing ice cream from a nice cream truck. I also found a spoon at the castle gift shop that's fantastic (I collect silver spoons)! Then I took a selfie with a bagpiper, ate amazing sausage and mash at a place called Mums' Comfort Food, and stumbled upon Edinburgh University, which blends seamlessly with the city around it. I took the bus back to Heather and Paul's, had ...

    Food, graveyard and beer!!

    A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... as old at the 1500's and some older that we couldn't access( the haunted section). We will hopefully access them next week on this dead tour. A guided tour through the catacombs and the graveyard at night looking for spirits. I've heard there will be some standard "jump out at you" moments but the history is great. Legend says that the graveyard is haunted, however it also has some great history. There are actually still plague pits in the yard. These were giant ...

    Day Three

    A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... name origins and we were able to look up our last names. This was very neat. Leaving the clan shop, we made our way to Princes Street in an effort to find SIM cards for our cell phones. This took quite a long time. First, we found out that Carphone Warhouse was comparable to the speedy customer service that I have often encountered at MTS. After waiting for quite a long time for the two Scottish ladies ahead of us to get new phones, the gentleman at customer service ...