The Gilvenbank Hotel

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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    Travel Blogs from Glenrothes

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

    A travel blog entry by jsafnuk on Jul 02, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... hosts iconic gravestones such as "Thomas Riddler" "Moody" and "Mcgunagal" that JR Rowling used as inspiration in her Harry Potter books - walked down to grass market square where farmers used to meet to trade fodder for their animals to prepare them for the long winter. Now it is filled with small interesting shops and pubs - saw the elephant house cafe where the first two Harry Potter books were written -finished the tour back up by the Giles Kirk and learnt ...

    Hadrian's Wall and York

    A travel blog entry by thetriggs on Sep 24, 2013

    22 photos

    ... tall and stretched from east to west of England as protection. The wall is spread over a large area. Driving over to other part of Hexam to see some more walls. Just starting to drizzle. Interesting information. The Stanegate Frontier was the start of the wall where they established great forts. Carvoran and Vindolanda are main centres with lots of other forts established ...

    Edinburgh: Castle on a Rock

    A travel blog entry by bryanddave2013 on Jul 13, 2013

    9 photos

    ... These are quite possibly the worst architecture ever... And that is even compared to the concrete monstrosities of the 70s (like St. Ants in Oxford). Each MP's office had an overhang on the edge of the building with little stairs... They are meant to be thinking pods. There are also hair dryer like things over each window which are meant to symbolise an open curtain representing transparent government. Dinner was spent at the ...

    Glasgow and Holyhead

    A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Feb 02, 2013

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... the walk if it was downhill this time). It was honestly still a fair effort but we made it! We then just had to collect the tickets we had booked the night before and find our train. We had to have one 3 hour journey to Crew and then a 45minute break before we caught the second train to Holyhead. The scenery on the first train was nice lots of wide open paddocks and heaps and heaps of those wind towers like the ones down at woolnorth. I watched a couple of episodes as well and ...

    The Castle on the Hill

    A travel blog entry by annhobbs on Jun 28, 2012

    ... locations and provided excellent narrative on the castle. One could do audio tapes too. The hill which the castle sits on has had occupation for a very long tome as an excavation reveled bronze age artifacts. The grounds of the castle are extensive with the oldest building in Edinburgh, St. Margaret's Chapel. There were others from the 1200's but when the castle was taken back from the English, Robert the Bruce's men, didn't realize that his men would be able to protect it, being ...