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The Park Bistro - Linlithgow Restaurant
Places to Eat in West Lothian With Kids

The Park Bistro, Linlithgow

The Park Bistro is located near the historic burgh of Linlithgow. The old grain barn has been transformed into a cosy restaurant that serves you with a warm welcome and friendly service. It is a popular dining spot for both locals and tourists. Outdoor dining is offered on the large patio, which lets you enjoy the fresh air in better weather! It is Scotland after

Visiting Castles and Historic Buildings in West Lothian With Kids
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Visiting Castles in West Lothian

Scotland is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. You can drive from the highlands to the Lowlands and see the change in scenery, from mountains to rolling hills and eventually to lush green farmlands. There are so many castles in Scotland that it’s difficult to know where to start! The most famous castles in Scotland are Edinburgh Castle, Stirling Castle,

View from the stop of Cockleroy Hill in Bathgate
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Cockleroy Hill Walk | Bathgate Hills | Beecraigs Country Park Walk

Cockleroy Hill is near the popular Beecraigs Country Park in West Lothian. Also known as the King’s hat the hill isn’t a Munro, but it is set in the beautiful Bathgate Hills and is one of the highest points in the area. On a clear day, you can see the surrounding Scottish countryside and enjoy the 360-degree spectacular views. From the summit of Cockleroy, Linlithgow

Linlithgow Palace, West Lothian with Kids
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Linlithgow Palace With Kids

Linlithgow is well known for its historic palace and the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots (born 1542). In Gaelic, Linlithgow means “the loch in the damp hollow” which is quite fitting seen as the 15th-century Palace is located in the centre of the ancient burgh, nestled alongside the beautiful Linlithgow Loch. Linlithgow Palace was often used as a rest stop for royals who were