The online hotel company, myhotelbreak.com recently blogged about ‘the meedies’ and this is what they had to say:
One of myhotelbreaks main aims is to provide our customers with great hotels and even better getaway experiences during their hotel break. One way of doing that is advising our guests on great amenities and attractions near to where their staying.
For our guests staying at one of our hotels in the Fife area we highly recommend visiting the fantastic Lochore Meadows Country Park. Whether you’re staying at one of our hotels for a break in Fife or even a spa retreat, take a day out here to experience something different.
What is there to do at Lochore Meadows?
- Come to this attraction and lose yourself in the 1,200 acres that are on offer here to explore. There are tons of walking opportunities. Ramble along and sample some bird watching via the nature trail or walk along the loch itself. For those looking for a small stroll we suggest heading to the Pithead and back to the park centre.
- Fishing is available throughout the year. Permits are purchased at reception in the Visitor Centre.
- Are you a golf fan? Well enjoy this activity at Lochore Meadows. Enjoy unrivalled views across the 9 hole challenging but relaxing course.
- Want to get around the country park in a different way? Improve your cycling and fitness while enjoying the variety of scenic paths that the Lochore Meadows has waiting for you. Click here for more information on the cycling routes available.
- There are several watersports activities available at Lochore Meadows. This includes Sailing where you can learn and improve on your skills. Paddle Sports and Open Water Swimming offer you a variety of exciting and thrilling activates for the family. Find out more by clicking here.
Kick back and relax at the visitor centre at Lochore Meadows. There’s a café and an outdoor decking area to enjoy. There is an educational area as well an interpretation section that tells about the history of the attraction and how to navigate it.
The Park’s History
Lochore Meadows has a fascinating history to say the least. The area was first encountered with people around 4000 years ago. Although little remains of our ancestors during the Bronze Age, Inchgall Castle still stands and is visible as you first enter the park. The area also used to be open to seven pits during the 19th and 20th centuries which eventually closed between 1959 and 1966. Work to reclaim the area happened a year later and transformed the landscape you experience today.
At myhotelbreak, we cannot recommend enough how great this attraction is. When you’re staying in Fife this year, plan Lochore Meadows Country Park into your itinerary to create lasting memories.