Kilconquhar Castle Estate and Country Club

Address: Kilconquhar, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Kilconquhar, is near Scotland's Secret Bunker, Anstruther Golf Club Marsfield, and Billow Ness Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Kilconquhar

    Day 158: London - Barnsley

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Sep 11, 2015

    5 photos

    ... We quickly got changed as Nicola and Big Steve picked us up just after six and we went down to the club to have a couple of drinks before heading out for Indian for Nikki's birthday. We had a really good time down at the club and Bryce really likes Nicola and Steve and now appreciates how difficult is going to be to say goodbye. Nicola and Steve dropped us off to Mumbai for dinner and in hindsight I would have much preferred to stay down ...

    Day 2 Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by wendyjoyce on Aug 19, 2015


    ... so happened there was a huge precinct and a "Frankie and Benny's" there:-) The tour of Britannia was amazing and took us about 2 hours. We saw a good part of the yacht, even where Queen Elizabeth and Princes Philip slept. The yacht had everything including its own mail room and laundry. Britannia was decommissioned in November 1997. David brought a HMY Britannia polo shirt and I found all twelve corgi's on the yacht. I was hoping for a corgi soft toy ...

    Edinburgh, the Dunedin of the North

    A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on Jun 22, 2015

    7 photos

    ... just really made me think of nana and miss her heaps. I never realised just how Scottish she was in the way she brought me up. From the food we ate to the little sayings she had. After a delicious lunch, I headed to St Giles cathedral which was pretty cool. I took photos without realising you weren't meant to take photos inside without paying first. Cheeky. I was at a bit of a loss as what to do after that so I went and perused some of the shops over the road. I went into a ...

    Hello Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 03, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... We wander along a main tourist drag looking for somewhere to eat. We find somewhere with lovely fish and chips and steak that is reasonably priced. The tourist centre where we are staying is expensive to eat. You could easily spend the equivalent of $100 on a meal. There are not the number of restaurants around here like there were in Dublin or Galway to compete against each other. Maybe there isn't enough road kill to supply any ...

    Historical and Festival city

    A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Aug 07, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... face on and also the Castle which changed colour and themes to complement the performers and their countries. It was brilliant, hard to describe how wonderful all the performances were and were especially proud of the NZ item which was combined with Scottish dancers from NZ. It was an hour and a half long but seemed so much shorter - the finale included all the performers dancing - with songs from the various ages; like Alexander's Ragtime Band, the Charleston, in ...