South Queensferry :
Unmissable tourist sites
South Queensferry Travel guide
South Queensferry : Michelin's recommendations
The ancient royal burgh of South Queensferry was formerly a congested ferry port. Today, it is a quiet little town nestling on the south bank of the Firth of Forth, in the shadow of both Forth bridges. The Old Town overlooks the coast; behind it is a steep hill dotted with modern buildings.
Tourist attractions South Queensferry : Things to see and do
Newhalls Road GB - South Queensferry EH30 9TA
To the east of the esplanade, a part of this building dates back to the 17C. The inn probably stands in the place of one of the pilgrims' hospices created by Queen Margaret; this hotel is mentioned in the novels of Scott and RL Stevenson.
Forth Rail Bridge GB - South Queensferry EH30
Widely recognised in its time as a great feat of engineering, its familiar shape is famous. Built from 1883-1890 for a total cost of £3,177,206, it was an ambitions project just after the great disaster of the Tay Bridge in 1879. Its construction did..
Forth Road Bridge GB - South Queensferry EH30
Upstream from the Forth stands the elegant suspension bridge with its unusual "curve". It took six years (1958-1964) to complete this bridge with two 7.3 m wide carriages, cycle paths and footpaths; 39,000 tonnes of steel and 114,750 m3 of ..
Hotels South Queensferry
Builyeon Road GB - Queensferry EH30 9YJ
A 15-minute drive from Edinburgh Airport, this Premier Inn hotel has free parking and is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from Dalmeny Rail Station, a 20-minute train ride from central Edinburgh. The Premier Inn Edinburgh South Queensferry has comfortable en suit..
Ferrymuir Retail Park GB - Queensferry EH30 9QZ
The 4-star Dakota Edinburgh is a modern hotel with an award-winning restaurant. Edinburgh city centre is just a 10-minute train journey from the building and the hotel offers a courtesy shuttle service from Edinburgh Airport. The air-conditioned hot..