Popular local attractions
This rural haven is an ideal base for touring Scotland,visiting Edinburgh Festival or playing golf. Glasgow on the West coast and St Andrews on the East coast are easily accessible. Stirling which some say is the centre of Scotland is only 30 minutes away.
With St Andrews “home of golf” just up the road you can imagine the popularity and choice in the area. There are upto 40 courses within day-visit distance including Gleneagles and St Andrews. Whether you are want to play the Old Course or a quick 9 holes there is something for everyone at all levels. For course listings go to www.visitfife.com/golf
There is no shortage of fishing in The Kingdom of Fife. Whether you are into coarse, fly or sea angling there are plently of venues close to Balgonar. George can give you some local knowledge of the area and places to go and you can find more info at www.fifefishingguide.co.uk
Edinburgh Castle is a must for the historical “sightseers” amongst us. Perched atop a volcanic plug this stunning fortress dominates the capital’s skyline. With guides and tours available daily you can soak up the history and step back in time. More info at www.edinburghcastle.gov.uk
Edinburgh is world famous for its festivals, especially the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The best act in theatre, dance and comedy from all over the world descend on Scotland capital and take over. This is a sight you will not want to miss. For more information on dates and acts for the upcoming festivals go to the Edinburgh Festivals website. www.edinburghfestivals.co.uk