In Victorian times Burntisland was a popular holiday destination. Many families, particularly from Edinburgh, stayed the whole summer. They arrived by ferry from Granton or by train over the Forth Bridge.
Many more came for the day – and still do.
Now day trippers are more likely to come by car, though many come by rail (some even hire whole trains!)
About thirty years ago there was even a small ferry service, perhaps this will be revived.
Breaks are no longer just for summer. Burntisland has recently added three more places for visitors to consider staying.
(Previously known as Bank House Hotel)
One day this site will have a ‘where to stay’ page.