The Gilvenbank Hotel

Address: Huntsmans Road, Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland, KY7 6RA , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Huntsmans Road, Glenrothes.
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      After hours!!

      A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... of shots and pints. Paul has hired two up and coming producers from London to help promote our show and do all the dirty work from this end while we were in New York. Turns out these guys are about 25 years old and have a few shows in the fringe, a workshop making it's way to the west end ( London's broadway) and a small show coming to New York that Paul will co-produce. One of there biggest successes is a production of the Blues Brothers which is the only ...

      Edinburgh 2

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on May 06, 2014

      9 photos

      ... reason to head that way. Last year we discovered Scotland has a major canal system and we checked out Neptunes Staircase and a couple of other lock systems. Sparked my initial interest. Grew up a river rat on the Murray River with paddle steamers and car punts (Wymah Ferry) but nothing like this. Becoming a bit of a gongoozler. Not sure the Kiwi Bride shares the enthusiasm. Woken by the phone at 1am and had a broken sleep after that, 'someone' was sawing wood and had to ...

      Military Tattoo

      A travel blog entry by janetanne on Aug 08, 2013

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... of around 215,000. The word ‘tattoo’ comes from the closing-time cry in the inns in the Low Countries during the 17th and 18th centuries - ‘Doe den tap toe’ (‘Turn off the taps’).
      Photographs don't really do this event justice but have sent you some anyway and along with all your amazing imaginations I have no doubt you will get the picture. No ...

      Castle Capers in Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo on May 07, 2013

      16 photos

      ... woo-hoo!) called Amarano - talk about fancy! The food was delicious! I had my first panacotta (and quite liked it, to my surprise). We properly met two other couples at dinner and had a jolly good time! We were glad we chose this outing.

      Well, Dean read in a tourist brochure that there are three main attractions one must see while in Edinburgh - Edinburgh Castle (check), Royal Yacht Britannia (check) and The Palace of Holyroodhouse (check). Challenge accepted and completed in one ...

      The Battle of Culloden

      A travel blog entry by bmwjohnno on Aug 18, 2012

      7 photos

      ... prepared. Within an hour of the battle starting the majority of the those who died that day were already dead. It is a poignant piece of history, the last battle fought on English soil and a sad reminder of man's inhumanity to man. “The aftermath of the battle and subsequent crackdown on Jacobitism was brutal, earning Cumberland the sobriquet "Butcher".” (Wikipedia) We also visited Cawdor Castle which is inhabited only in the winter by the owner, and becomes ...