Fife: Aberdour Black/Silver Sand beaches, Anstruther Billowness, Burntisland, Crail Roome Bay, Erlie harbour/ Ruby Bay, Irvine, Kinghorn Harbour/Pettycur Bay, Kinsgsbarns, Kircaldy Seafield, Leven East, St Andrews East/West Sands East Lothian Beaches: Yellowcraig North Berwick, Longniddry Gosford, Belhaven Bay, Gullane Bents
Angus: Carnoustie, Montrose Seafront, Broughty Ferry, Lunan Bay
For more info on any of the Fife beaches visit: http://www.fifecoastalpath.co.uk/main.asp?cookies=True
Castles and Palaces
There are many Historic Palaces and Castles of interest in this part of Scotland, with Edinburgh and Stirling Castles within 45 minutes drive, Hopeton house in SouthQueensferry 30 mins away, and Scone and Falkland Palaces within 20 minutes drive. Loch Leven castle is also located within 5 miles of the log cabins, and for info on any of the Castles or Palaces visit www.historic-scotland.gov.uk
There are several beuatiful garden in and about the perthshire area including drummond formal gardens in crieff, and the cherrybank gardens in Perth.
A couple of kilometres outside Perth there is the major landmark of Moncreiffe Hill. Moncreiffe Wood offers excellent public access with 14km of paths of different grades. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views over Perth, the River Tay, Dundee and further afield. There is also a wide range of flora and fauna, aswell as a wide range of species of tree.
Within 1 hours drive of the cabins there is a range of cultural attractions including museums, historic attractions, theatres and much more. There is also the former royal yacht, which is moored in a dry dock in Leith, Edinburgh. Perth museum is one of the oldest museums in the UK and is well worth a visit.
For more info on these attractions visit: http://www.royalyachtbritannia.co.uk/ http://www.pkc.gov.uk/Education+and+learning/Museums+and+galleries/Perth+Museum+and+Art+Gallery/
Cruises on the Forth
There is a range of cruises available up and down the historic River Forth. The cruises take in views of the banks of the Forth as well as the magnificent Forth rail and road bridges and also the wildlife colonising the river including Seals, Puffins, Gannets , for more info visit either of the following: