Local Activities
There is so much to see and do for all ages and abilities. Our central location provides easy access to all major cities and attractions


Local Activities

Our venue is located close to surrounding activities you can immerse yourself in with family. We have listed a few of our favourites below.

Devilla Forest (less than 2 miles away)

Devilla Forest


The forest has a fantastic network of paths that attracts walkers, cyclists and horse riders and is a wonderful place to encourage people to make the most of the outdoors. The red squirrel trail gives children the opportunity to explore and spot the squirrels, this route is accessible to everyone, of all abilities

Fife Coastal Path (less than 1 mile away)

Fife Coastal Path


The path joins up with the railway line as you near the historic village of Culross. There is so much for you to discover on the Fife Coastal Path. Stretching for 117 miles from the Firth of Forth in the south, to the Firth of Tay in the north, the route offers an unrivalled walking experience.

The Fife Pilgrim Way (less than 1 mile away)

The Fife Pilgrim Way


The Fife Pilgrim Way is an exciting new heritage project that seeks to engage the support of local people and visitors in enjoying a new long distance walking route through the heart of Fife.The Pilgrim Way follows the medieval pilgrim trail across Fife. Modern day walkers can enjoy this 64 mile route, starting at North Queensferry and Culross and finishing in St Andrews.

The West Fife Cycle Way (less than 1 mile away)

The West Fife Cycle Way


Fife has one of the UK’s most comprehensive cycling networks. Over 350 miles of sign posted cycle network includes a variety of leisure and commuting routes. Terrain varies from off road disused railway tracks to routes in forests and from networks in towns and networks in quiet country lanes.

Callendar Estate, Falkirk (12 miles)

Callendar Estate, Falkirk


At Callender Estate you can enjoy a network of single track mountain bike trails to complement the walking and horse riding routes already available. They are easy family friendly routes through attractive woodland.

Gartmorn Dam (10 miles)

Gartmorn Dam



The forest trails at Gartmorn Wood make up part of the larger Gartmorn Dam Country Park in Clackmannanshire. The wood itself dates from the 1700’s and provides walkers, cyclists and riders the opportunity to experience a wild array of wildlife as well as spectacular views over the nearby Ochil Hills.

Golf Courses

Golf Courses


In Scotland there are over 550 golf courses to choose from-that’s more courses per head of population than anywhere else in the world! The range and breadth of Scottish golf courses means that whatever your level and course preference, you’ll never be far from fairways and greens suited to you.

Local golf clubs:







There are not many sports which combine peaceful surroundings, a chance for some contemplation and also a few thrills. Yes, fishing is one of our favourites, and Scotland is one of the world’s top destinations for freshwater and sea angling, with world-class fishing available across the country throughout the year.

Local fishing spots:




Water Sports (14 miles)

Water Sports


Port Edgar offers amazing opportunities for watersports and is right on the doorstep of Fife, giving you the chance to learn sailing, sea kayaking, power boating and canoeing.

Tapitlaw Riding School (3.5 miles)

Tapitlaw Riding School


Tapitlaw Farm, Comrie, is easily accessed from all areas of Fife and Clackmannanshire, fully equipped stables and horse riding lessons for all ages, from beginners to advanced.

Fastrax (2.5 miles)



The only operator of rage buggies and have the largest fleet of quad bikes in Scotland. Their rage buggy tracks is rated as one of the best in the UK.

Xtreme Karting (12 miles)

Xtreme Karting


High-performance karts for large indoor circuit.

Knockhill Racing Circuit (10 miles)

Knockhill Racing Circuit

Scotland’s National Motorsport Centre for Driving Experiences, Track Days, Motorsport Events, G0 Karting & Corporate Entertainment.


Swimming Pools & Leisure Centres

Carnegie Leisure Centre, Dunfermline (6 miles)


Marina Centre Falkirk (12 miles)


The Peak, Stirling (15 miles)


Perth (34 miles) & Kinross (19 miles) Leisure Centres



Hollywood Bowl, Dunfermline (13 miles)


Ten Pin, Falkirk (12 miles)


AMF Bowling, Stirling (16 miles)


Had a lovely holiday. Falkirk Wheel well worth a visit, Trossachs and Glencoe were beautiful. Loved the wildlife around the cottage, thank you for sharing your lovely cottage, would definitely recommend it.
Paul, Linda & Dianne
Spent a fantastic week here. Chose it because of the proximity to Knockhill for the racing but discovered so much more. Very comfortable accommodation and good access for discovering more of Scotland.
Mark & Sarah
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