Boreland Lodge

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31-33 Boreland Road, Inverkeithing, Fife, KY11 1NH, United Kingdom
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Hotel Room

by LoFrodo

Will be visiting Edinburgh weekend of Sept. 19-21st. Traveling on a budget. Need a hotel room that's centrally located to attractions, but in a good area. Nice, clean, etc. Any suggestions? Continental breakfast a plus.

Re: Hotel Room

by leics

Hostels are cheapest. You might also consider a bed & breakfast (b&b) establishment (although some of these are further out from the centre), which are smaller and usually cheaper than hotels.

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Re: Hotel Room

by hawkhead

You might also be lucky enough to find one of the £19 or £29 rooms at Travelodge on St Mary Street - very central.

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

The Royal Mile

by Peter_P

The Royal Mile is like a city in the city. The history of the town and of Scotland is right in front of you... Walking through the city center is a must-do. Some pubs, some restaurants,... it is all part of the game... Great time in Edinburgh !!

go shopping at McArthur Glen,...

by SusanneBeck

go shopping at McArthur Glen, Designer Outlet Centre. Again this is a bit out of town (in Livingston) but wow you should see it! It's Scotland's largest designer outlet, and even just looking at it from the outside, you can tell it's a good quality place. It has big name shops like Jaegar, Ted Baker, Armani Collections and also a Marks & Spencer outlet, a Body shop depot (which is absolutely brilliant), Thorntons, Levi's and many many more. The prices are very much reduced than in shops elsewhere although in some places like Armani's, it's still very expensive. The shopping centre is lovely and I would have bought more but I didn't feel too good (self inflicted!!). I'd love the chance to go again. If you have chance to visit, take it! Just remember the shopping centre closing times. The times vary slightly depending on the day. Most shops there close at 6pm everyday (including Sunday) except on Thursday when they're open till 8pm. They open at 10am everyday except Saturday when they open at 9. Restaurants tend to close later in the evening. There's a big car park and also plenty of cashpoints. There is even a 8 screen cinema complex at the same place so you can see a film after shopping, if you have the energy! For more information, see McArthur Glen Designer Outlet Upstairs in the centre are a selection of cafes and restaurants. We had our dinner in Spudulike (see below). It was lovely.

Pack Versatile!

by muneca5190

Small luggage with space bags. Backpack for airplane with a change of clothes, all medicine, camera equipment, small book and music for in flight, and enough space to stow your purse girls! Unless you are going to Europe to catch a man/woman, pack light. Buy a few quality items that are wrinkle resistant, can be washed in the sink and hung to dry, convertible clothing (pants to shorts, jacket to vest, etc.), comfortable walking shoes Make sure all medicines are in their original packages. Some airlines will not let you on with a plastic bag full of pills! Take a portable hair dryer, curling iron, shaver, etc., with a converter kit! NECESSITY! I bought a lined bag from It was wonderful. I brought an Advantix camera and 33 rolls of film. Everyone laughed at me until they got there with their 5 or 6 rolls and them had to pay $10 for 1 roll of film. HA! This time I am taking a digital camera with an extra storage unit. Take an umbrella and/or hat, and a light. lined raincoat. It NEVER rained a single day in the 2 weeks we were in England/Scotland. The locals said we were good luck! Always wear your backpack or purse in front of you on the tube (in London). There are a lot of pickpockets who target Americans!

Arthurs Seat

by margaretvn

If you park your car at the Palace of Holyrood House and cross the road heading towards the hills you can climb up to Arthurs Seat. This deeply eroded remnant of a long extinct volcano is part of Holyrood Park. Arthrus Seat is 251 metres high and it gives wonderful views over the city and over the Firth of Forth with its 2 bridges. Holyrood Park was the former hunting grounds of the Scottish Monarches and it is 263 hectares of varied landscape in the busy city.
It really is a fantastic walk, you follow the footpath to near St. Anthony's Chapel (which is a ruin) and then head up the well marked path to link with the paths coming from the east side of the hill (where Dunsapie Loch is). At this point several paths come together where a new path has been constructed. From there you continue over the volcanic rock to the summit of Arthur's Seat. Just follow the people climbing up the steps or along the path you cannot miss it and although it can be quite busy it is not too much and the chat with other walkers does help you when climbing the steeper bits!!
Alternatively you can park at Dunsapie Loch and approach the summit from the east along either of the two obvious paths starting at the car park. This is an easy stroll that takes only 15 minutes to reach the summit. We walked alongside the loch on our way back to Holyrood House.

Buy a sword!

by Bushman23 about Royal Mile Armouries

Well, the Armouries used to have a shop to themselves, but they've since been moved to the top of the Royal Mile, inside the tartan weaving mill. As such, it's now more of a department within a shop, and has lost some of its character. This is made up for though in the knowledge of its staff (at the time of writing, i'm one of them :p), who will happily give you a history lesson dating back a millennium, and covering some of the most relevant Scottish battles, from Bannockburn (1314) up to Culloden (1746).

and they will ship your sword almost anywhere in the world. Well, Swords!! they've got everything from Scottish Claymores, to European Medieval, and Roman Spatha's, to classic daggers and dirks, helmets, even suits of armour. anything from 10 pounds up to 2000


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 Boreland Lodge

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Boreland Hotel Inverkeithing

Address: 31-33 Boreland Road, Inverkeithing, Fife, KY11 1NH, United Kingdom