An industrial town with a sprinkling of history
Rosyth is a large hamlet in the Scottish region of Fife, most known for its pretty churches and Nearby Royal British Navy dockyard. It's also a handy base for exploring the many wonders of historic Edinburgh. The ruins of a 15th century tower house - Rosyth Castle - sit at the dockyard's edge, and a well-preserved dovecot, with beautiful barrel-vaulted ceilings, sits just half a mile north of the castle and dates back to the 16th Century.
Family fun in Rosyth's Public Park
For families looking for something to see and do in Rosyth, the public park has a model boating pond used by the local club, and spectators can view the soaring vessels from the wooden walkway and viewing areas. A skate park, two football pitches and two rugby pitches lend themselves to anyone that doesn't mind a bit of rough and tumble, and there's a playground for smaller children.
The perfect base
Rosyth has great transportation links with the M90 sitting close by, providing motorway access to the cultural hub of Perth. Just four minutes on a train and you'll be in Dunfermline - plus Rosyth's only 14 miles away from Scotland's glorious capital, Edinburgh. Planning a trip to Rosyth? The Travelodge Dunfermline Hotel is less than five miles away and there are several hotels to choose from in Edinburgh, including the Travelodge Edinburgh Central Hotel and the Travelodge Edinburgh Haymarket Hotel, all within easy reach.