Holiday Cottages Scotland at Parkley Farm, Linlithgow near Edinburgh, Scotland's Capital

Self-catering cottage accommodation situated in historic Linlithgow, West Lothian at the Heart of Scotland's History


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Local Attractions within easy reach of Parkley Farm Holiday Cottages

Local attractions close to Parkley Farm

Scotland has a long and chequered past that includes its archaelogical landscape, its history, stretching back long before the Romans tried to conquer, and its more recent contribution to political and economic thinking during the Enlightenment.

Much of it within 45 minutes and easy reach of your holiday accommodation at Parkley Farm Holiday Cottages.



Kingsfield Laser Clays

Laser Clay Shooting - fun for all ages

Laser Clay Shooting is the ideal leisure pursuit for everyone of all ages to enjoy and participate in. Laser Clays is a mobile sporting activity which offers both fun and competition for all participants.

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Kingsfield Golf Centre

Golf Driving Range and 9-hole golf course

Kingsfield Golf Centre, is a family run golf business situated on the outskirts of the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow in central Scotland.

Situated just off Junction 3 of the M9, the Golf Centre is within easy driving distance from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling and only 5 minutes from Parkley Farm Cottages.

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Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland both from an historical and architectural perspective.

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Kingsfield Golf Centre

Golf Driving Range and 9-hole golf course

Kingsfield Golf Centre, is a family run golf business situated on the outskirts of the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow in central Scotland. Situated just off Junction 3 of the M9, the Golf Centre is within easy driving distance from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling.

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Linlithgow Website

Linlithgow Town Web Site

Linlithgow has many attractions and facilities for visitors. Just one is Linlithgow Loch and a local photographer has been snapping it every day!

It is also a great base from which to explore central Scotland, with excellent road and rail links.

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Battle of Bannockburn

Battle of Bannockburn

Bannockburn village sits just south of Stirling. It gets its name from the Bannock Burn, a burn (small stream) that runs through the village and flows into the River Forth.

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