"9 East Bay B&B" is a modern seaside bed and breakfast nestled in the peaceful village of North Queensferry, in The Kingdom of Fife. Scottland.
Our Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated for visiting Fife, St. Andrews, Perth and Kinross, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Edinburgh is only about 20 minutes away by train or car.
Overlooking The Firth of Forth we have uninterrupted views from our lounge or outside deck towards Edinburgh and the coastlines of Lothian and Fife, then on further to The North Sea.
Some times during the summer the QE2 & other large cruise ships are berthed outside our home & many cruise ships and sailing boats pass by.
Our B&B is a tranquil place to stay and the views are magnificent
9 East bay Bed and Breakfast is a modern bungalow with stunning, uniterupted views over the Firth of Forth looking out towards the Inchcolm Island and beyond towards the North Sea.
The Lounge and Breakfast areas are both spacious and extremely comfortable, on a warm night you can sit on the outside deck and enjoy the peaceful setting, whilst on a winters evening relax in the warm centrally heated living room and enjoy watching the ships passing by. Whatever the time of year Molly will make you most welcome!
Our beautifully appointed bedrooms are centrally heated, delightfully furnished for your comfort. A twin en- suite, a double with private bathroom next door. Also a single room; shared facilities. Hairdryers and tea/coffee making equipment are standard in all rooms .
North Queensferry is a charming place to stroll about. There's the ruin of St. James' Chapel recently designated as an Ancient Monument The Old Town Pier where the Ferry Boats used to sail from & St. James' Harbour. A leaflet describing the village can be found in your room. No one can possibly miss the Forth Rail Bridge that commands the view of all, completed in 1890 it is often described as the Eighth Wonder of the World. The Fife Coastal Footpath is on our doorstep, offering more fantastic views over the Firth of Forth.
We also have Deep Sea World, Scotland's largest aquarium, a short walk from the house. If you enjoy bird watching, then you're in for a treat as there are a wide variety of birds that visit this little village, from waders to falcons!!
Dunfermline: Try the Carnegie Hall for shows, film and comedy, and there's a multi film complex showing the latest films. Visit Andrew Carnegie's' birth-place museum, discover how the great American-Scot lived and worked, or Abbot House, Dunfermlines' oldest house
St. Andrews: Ancient Capital of Scotland, and Home of Golf
Kirkaldy: The Adam Smith Theatre offers a variety of programmes, and the Kirkaldy Museum and Art Gallery gives you an opportunity to view life as it was lived in Fife.
Edinburgh & Stirling: There are castles (notably Edinburgh and Stirling) and lochs, museums and battle sites - Stirling Bridge (William Wallace)