Visit Rosyth and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Rosyth, Fife. The lands of Rosyth were once a part of the old diocese of Dunkeld; later they passed to the earls of Rosebery, and then in the early 18th century to the Earl of Hopetoun. Finally they were sold to the Government in 1903.
The great naval dockyard and oil-storage base, begun in 1909, was vital to the Royal Navy in the two world wars.
Nearby towns: Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath, Inverkeithing, North Queensferry, Queensferry
Nearby villages: Abercorn, Aberdour, Auchtertool, Blackness, Blairhall, Bo ness, Bridgend, Broxburn, Cairneyhill, Charlestown, Corstorphine, Cramond, Cramond Bridge, Crossford, Crossgates, Dalgety Bay, Dalmeny, Dechmont, Donibristle, Ecclesmachan, Fordell, Foulford, Gogar, Gorgie, Halbeath, Kelty, Kingseat, Kirkliston, Limekilns, Linlithgow, Lochgelly, Low Torry, Newbridge, Oakley, Philpstoun, Pitreavie, Port Edgar, Saline, Sighthill, St. Davids, Torryburn, Townhill, Turnhouse, Uphall, Valleyfield, West Pilton, Winchburgh
Have you decided to visit Rosyth or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Rosyth bed and breakfast (a Rosyth B&B or Rosyth b and b)
- a Rosyth guesthouse
- a Rosyth hotel (or motel)
- a Rosyth self-catering establishment, or
- other Rosyth accommodation