Garvock Guest House
Wake up on a beautiful morning in the 'Kingdom of Fife' and choose from a number of exciting and enchanting activities and attractions. There are medieval castles and animal centres, or why not take a picnic to one of the region's sandy beaches and enjoy a walk along the coastal path to see the array of wildlife living on the shores.
The most important of Scottish Abbeys from the 12th century to Reformation times in Scotland. The burial place of Scottish kings, queens, princesses and princes, including the greatest of the Scottish Kings, King Robert the Bruce, who was the victor of the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314.
The man who gave away $350,000,000 of his fortune was born here in 1835. Visit his humble birthplace and memorial hall to discover his life story.
King Malcolms Sainted Queen Margaret
Her shrine in Dunfermline Abbey is a 'must visit' on the Medieval Pilgrim Trail - take a moment or two to visit where countless thousands have visited over the centuries. St Margaret is the only Scottish female saint. You can also visit the cave where she used to pray.
Within easy travelling distance you could also visit the following:
The British Golf Museum
Culross Abbey (1217)
Aberdour Castle and Grounds
Inchcolm Abbey and Island
Scotlands Secret Bunker
Scottish Vintage Bus Museum
Deep Sea World
These are but a few from a vast selection of exciting attractions to 'see and do', from museums detailing the history of golf, fishing and local life, you can rest assured there is always something new to discover come rain or shine within 'The Kingdom of Fife'.
We hope you enjoy your stay, and 'HASTE Ye BACK'
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This page was last updated: 24 April 2013