Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Child & baby friendly facilities

Everybody loves a stick in the woodland

http://www.travelmamas.com/wordpress/child-friendly-activities-in-edinburgh-scotland/

http://www.nileguide.com/destination/edinburgh/trips/family-fun-in-edinburgh/7850054






10 reasons to choose our cottage to rent, self cater or B  and B:-
1. It's child, baby, toddler and family friendly.
2. The cottage has character.
3. It's got a lovely garden.
4. It backs on to 15 acres of woodland.
5. It's very well equipped.
6. It's 10 miles from Edinburgh, zoo and pandas.
7. In a day trip, you can see lochs and glens, beaches, fishing villages. etc.
8. Within 10 miles you can play golf, fish, horse riding, falconry, boat trips.
9. Great local facilities for children, Deep Sea world, swimming baths, crazy golf, 10 screen cinema
10. Many local restaurants, 8 are 3 miles away at Fife Leisure park.


 Woodland - Parents should accompany children beyond the garden. 
Kids love it here, there is so much space.


Garden at the back of the cottage has outdoor games.

Cottage has games and DVD's suitable for all ages.



Nearby  - Lochore Adventure Park, 10 screen cinema, 2 miles at Duloch Leisure Park, along with eateries.

Indoors - Deep Sea World a couple of miles away, swimming baths with flumes, etc. 10 screen cinema.


Babies andToddlers - Lots of equipment free, request at time of booking i.e. microwave sterilizer, bouncy cradle, baby bath, mat, cot, high chairs.



Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Falkirk wheel. Stirling. St. Andrews


An interesting ride for £7.95. 08700 500 208
Links the Union canal and Edinburgh to Glasgow canal.
Excellent help from staff, especially grateful as we had disabled people in our group.





the-greengrocer Stirling 81 Port St, Stirling.
Criffle cheese, Strathdon blue, vegetarian Isle of Mull cows, veg. Inverlochy goats,
fresh figs,Vinci olives crackers for pungent cheese,




Dunmore pineapple





































Museums:-
http://www.nileguide.com/destination/blog/edinburgh/2010/11/10/the-best-museums-in-edinburgh/

http://www.snapscotland.com/photo/albums/scottish-photos?id=6270794%3AAlbum%3A10&xg_pw=&commentPage=&page=2
Stunning Scottish photos

Falkirk wheel
http://www.ukseries.com/blog/2010/07/the-unique-falkirk-wheel/


Day trips to Stirling, Trossachs, Dunfermline.
Lochs, Glens, beaches, East coast fishing villages, etc.
Linlithgow A few miles south of the historic Forth Rail Bridge.
Great Castle, lake and 4 Mary's pub.
(See "Bagging Scotland" on Twitter and "scottishroutes").
Glendeavon (Old Tormaukin Inn).
Castle Campbell near Stirling (see Tour Scotland website with great photos.)
Hopetoun house..Antiques road show televised 21.3.2010

Edinburgh guide. Places to visit and eat.
http://www.2edinburgh.co.uk/edinburgh/edinburgh-guide.htm