Harbours End

These are some of the places we have Visited.

The Scottish Fisheries Museum is an award-winning museum in Anstruther, Fife, that records the history of the Scottish fishing industry and its people from earliest times to the present day.  

Many visitors are drawn to  St Andrews as it is the home of golf, where the sport has been played for some 600 years. The Old Course being the most famous golf course in the world,  and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club is still the governing body for the rules of golf. Not just […]

The contrast between the cobbled streets in the Old Town to the Georgian avenues of the New Town, Edinburgh is a vibrant city of shopping, historic attractions with lots of restaurants and cafes. For entertainment the City has the Edinburgh Military Tattoo and the many Festivals throughout the year

St Monan’s Windmill now restored is the last remaining windmill in Fife. With fantastic views can be seen of the Forth.

Abroath famous for the Abbey and the Arbroath Smokie

Glenkinchie – the home of The Edinburgh Malt, here you can see a working distillery and the making of a Capital Malt in every respect. At the bar a taste of the Glenkinchie Single Malt which has a long, warm finish, with a floral and fruity spiciness.  

Elie is a beautiful fishing village, with golden sands and harbour on the southern side of East Neuk, Elie is popular with golfers, sailors ( Elie and Earlsferry Sailing Club ) surfers and is a safe enclosed beach for children, with Elie Watersport Centre at close hand.

Climb aboard Captain Scott’s ship RRS Discovery where you will follow in the footsteps of him and his crew, see how they lived, what they ate and witness their hardships and their triumphs. It’s a fascinating tale of one of the most heroic voyages of exploration ever undertaken.