Having grown up in Scotland Jackie knows many of its lesser know little hidden gems for guests to discover and enjoys introducing and arranging for trips either touring or visiting Scotland’s famous attractions.

There are a wide and varied selection of tourist information leaflets, flyers and reference books available for guests at Lillian May.

 

WALKING, NATURE  & THE GREAT OUTDOORS   ….….

 

Lillian May B&B is situated on the Fife Coastal Route stretching from Queensferry to Newburgh passing through many beautiful East Fife coast villages.

A favourite with both the Munro climber or serious rambler wanting to complete the full 79 miles over 6 days,  or the photographer or nature lover wanting to walk a small part  to enjoy the fresh Scottish air with caves home to prehistoric paintings,  cliff top paths,  staggering views out to sea and grey seals basking on the rocks.                                            Or simply visit one of the many tea rooms in the villages.

For the cyclist Fife has over 300 miles of cyclist paths.

 

Scotland has an abundance of places to go and get close up with wildlife.   Boat trips to the protected ISLE of MAY run through the summer months.

 

Newport-on-Tay has it’s own resident boat company where passengers can enjoy a trip on the Terra Nova up the River Tay to see its many sights including the stunning Elcho Castle,  Rhynd and the Scottish Highlands.   On a good day you may see the Dolphins.

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Telephone 01382 541848   web: http://www.davidandersonmarine.com

 

 

GOLF IN ST. ANDREWS, FIFE & SCOTLAND

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THE SWILKEN BRIDGE ON THE OLD COURSE AND THE ROYAL & ANCIENT GOLF CLUB

Every year St Andrews hosts a variety of events, including The Dunhill Classic Golf Tournament in October where Professional Golfers,  Celebrities and Sports Personalities play over four days over:

The Old Course St. Andrews,  Carnoustie and Kingsbarns Golf Course were visitors can watch the golf free on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday.   The final is played on The Old Course on the Sunday.

with the final day being on The Old Course on the Sunday.

In 2021 the Golf Open played on The Old Course will also be celebrating The Opens 150th anniversary.

Jackie is happy to organise golf tee times at any of the wonderful local courses to choose from  including St Andrews.

As a member of the only Ladies golf club in St. Andrews Jackie regularly plays in club golf competitions and is happy to partner golfing visitors for a game of golf.  One of her favourites is The Castle Course pictured below.

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LOCALS ON THE FAIRWAY TO THE 19TH HOLE!

 

 

THE TRADITIONAL HIGHLAND GAMES

 

Over 80 Highland games take place in Scotland throughout the year with Many Castles hosting them in their grounds.

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The most famous of the Highland games are held at Braemar with The patron of the Gathering being Her Majesty the Queen.

Traditional Highland games with piping, Highland dancing and  events including tossing the caber, throwing the hammer and putting the stone. There are also running races and a tug of war.

 

 

 

ARTS & CULTURE

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The recently built Victoria and Albert Museum on the Riverside Esplanade in Dundee is an international centre of design.

 

THE ROYAL YACHT BRITANNIA   &  CAPTAIN SCOTT OF THE ANTARTICS RSS DISCOVERY

Music enthusiasts of all tastes from classical to rock can fill their diary all year round.

 

 

WHERE TO EAT

We have many excellent restaurants nearby or within a short travelling distance and we are happy to share our dining experiences or make reservations for you.

THE VIEW – WORMIT

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For bookings contact 01382 542287  or  visit their  web site:   http://www.view-restaurant.co.uk

 

HISTORY and HERITAGE

 

 

It’s so much easier now for Families to trace their family ancestry and many, in particular those from America and Australia find their ancestry is connected to Scotland going back  and beyond the time of Mary Queen of Scots and Henry the VIII.