Attractions Near Paddockhall Holiday Cottages

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The Kelpies at the Helix, Falkirk

Kingsfield Golf Centre – Golf driving range and 9 hole golf course.  A 9 hole course, driving range and golf tuition, located in Linlithgow   Kingsfield Leisure

Beecraigs Country Park -Beecraigs Country Park is a great place to visit. It caters for a wide range of leisure and recreational activities within its 370 hectares (913 acres) and can be discovered nestled high in the Bathgate Hills near the historic town of Linlithgow.  Beecraigs Country Park

Parkley Fishery –  Enjoy the peace, tranquility and simple pleasure of fly- or live-bait fishing at Parkley Fishery, just outside Linlithgow in West Lothian.   Parkley Fishery

Union Canal – Within approximately 3 miles from Paddockhall Holiday Cottages you can pick up the Union Canal, which is a 31.5 mile canal stretching from Lochrin Basin in Edinburgh to the Falkirk Wheel, where it joins the Forth and Clyde Canal. Where you can arrange canal trips as well as enjoy walks along the canal banks. Linlithgow Union Canal

Bo’ness and Kinneil Steam Railway – Central Scotland’s Steam Railway by the Firth of Forth.  Soak up the atmosphere of this heritage railway and … Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea on board a steam … Enjoy Scotland’s largest railway museum at Bo’ness.  Special events throughout the year.Bo’ness & Kinneil Steam Railway

The Helix Park –  Scotland’s newest Visitor Attraction. Cycle trails, walks, play areas, canals, habitats and artworks await. We’re also home to The Kelpies the world’s largest equine sculptures.  Helix Park

Walks around your holiday home – Regardless of the time of year the countryside around Paddockhall Holiday Cottages offers the opportunity for some wonderful walking and the chance to see some of Scotland wildlife.  There are 3km of tracks around the farm where you can see rabbits, hare, badger, grouse, pheasant, skylarks, migrating geese, buzzards, sparrow hawks and wagtails to name but a few.

House of the Bins – (Set in beautifully landscaped parkland overlooking the River Forth, this 17th-century laird’s house near Linlithgow has been the home of the Dalyell family for 400 years), and Hopetoun House – (Visit Hopetoun and discover a place of beauty, tranquility and architectural magnificence dating from the 17th century filled with stunning collections and scenic walks.) Are both situated on the A904 travelling East from the holiday cottages.

Forth Bridges – The Forth Bridge has been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site at the 39th session of the World Heritage Committee. The Forth Bridges

Deep Sea World – The National Aquarium of Scotland. Deep Sea World

Blackness Castle – One of Scotland’s most impressive strongholds, Blackness Castle was built in the 15th century. – Blackness Castle