Caledonian Hotel

Address: 81 High St., Leven, Fife, Scotland, KY8 4NG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81 High St., Leven, is near The Ice Factor.
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Travel Blogs from Leven

Dunkeld, Pitlochry, Queens View, Hermitage

A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 18, 2013

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... never restored, but the Choir was repaired in 1691, 1762, 1815, 1908, and 1975. We then took a short drive to the Hermitage and did the walk to the waterfall and back. We headed north to Pitlochry and ate lunch at MacDonald's Restaurant and Guesthouse, not the Golden Arches MacDonalds. We ordered appies and drinks and found it very merger fare. We checked out the Pitlochry dam and the Edradour Distillery, as well as looking in a ...

Guided by a prosthetic prophet.

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on Jun 29, 2013

10 photos

... where PM's sister Siani and husband Jake played wonderful hosts to our dirty laundry and incessant kitten squidging.


Eventually our journey reached the depths of Britain down in Hordle for yet another long over due visit to my Grandparents, after a waterfall in Swansea with a lovely Lily and her own little squidge Seren; and an all you can eat buffet with the lovely Jo and Mikey, followed by the most ...

Scotland the Brave.....

A travel blog entry by philwill14 on Dec 20, 2012

2 photos

... was very good. Just before Aberdeen we left the A90 and deviated into the town of Findon, this was where my Dad had grown up as a young lad, when his father was posted there, I assume with the coastguard. We weaved through the narrow Scottish lanes, arriving in the tiny town, with no shop, and no pub, but perched on the cliff above the ocean looking out into the icy North Sea. The house all looked quite new, and we suspected that these all had been done up ...

Leaping Leprechauns - We're In The Land of Tartans

A travel blog entry by marybc on May 29, 2012

1 comment, 18 photos

... B&B in Troon which is sure to start your Scottish experience off well, book in to Sandhill House B&B. Set next to a golf course (of course) the historic home has a regal past and is now a delightful place to stay. It is not expensive, in fact as we drove through the park like setting we thought we must have the wrong place.After a good sleep, a walk through the grounds and a delicious breakfast (fresh smoked salmon on egg scramble!) we ...

Beach Day

A travel blog entry by lily1421 on Jul 17, 2011

... t sunbathing weather, although there were people out there in bathing suits doing just that. We Americans were wimps, but we did roll up our pants and go in up to our ankles.

We found this adorable place called Espy's for lunch and had some seriously awesome food. I got the fishcakes and then a burger. So I got the famous fish they're talking about here all the time as well as some good ol Scottish beef. Yum. The place itself ...