Falkland Travel guide
Falkland : Michelin's recommendations
Lying clustered at the foot of the Lomond Hills, set away from the ravages of Scottish history's conflicts, the ancient royal burgh of Falkland has retained its original character. Its preserved site status and the National Trust for Scotland's rural housing improvement scheme have enabled it to benefit from major restoration work. Visitors only need to take a little stroll around Falkland to discover the local architecture (numerous lintels and marriage stones.
Tourist attractions Falkland : Things to see and do
New Road GB - Falkland KY15 7BY
Falkland passed to the crown in the 15C; it became one of the Stewarts' favourite royal palaces and was used as a hunting seat. Extended by James IV, turned into a Renaissance palace by James V and abandoned in the 17C, the palace gradually deteriora..
GB - Falkland KY15
Going through the village, you can admire some interesting homes: Moncreif House (17C) with a thatched roof made from reeds from the Tay; Key House , with its lintel dating back to 1713, not far from St Andrew's House , from the 18C, with its r..
23 High Street GB - Falkland KY15 7BZ
"15th Century Inn in the historic town of Falkland, overlooking the spectacular Falkland Palace (the former Royal Hunting Lodge was, at one time, home to Mary Queen of Scots and Rob Roy plus countless Kings and Queens). This cosy and traditional..
The Square GB - Falkland KY15 7BU
Situated in the picturesque village of Falkland with the Lomond Hills as a backdrop, The Covenanter Hotel features an on-site coffee shop, restaurant and free private parking. Free Wi-Fi is also available, and a traditional carvery is on offer each w..