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Kip is located in Inverclyde.
Inverclyde is a region located on the South Western coast of Scotland. Scotland will tempt your taste buds with some very special dishes, you just have to pack your bags and come. Get ready to be amazed by all the stuff you will get for breakfast: a selection of juices, yoghurt, fruit, cereal, hot porridge, delicious toast, a full Scottish breakfast, tea or coffee. Sounds great, right? Let us clear up for you what a Scottish breakfast is: bacon, eggs, sausages, potato scone, mushrooms, tomatoes, baked beans and black pudding. It is a full meal; that will keep your tummy satisfied so that you can enjoy a long days of sightseeing. The meat delicacies also include Haggis, Stovies and Lorne sausages. The desserts menu is a delight, with its Cranachan, Atholl Brose, Tablet, Shortbread and Clottie dumplings. Here are some places where you can sample all these goodies: Bath Street Arches, Fresh, One Cove Road, Albany, Fusion. Don’t miss The Exchange, Seaview Café, Café Continental, The Kipper Bistro, Riva, Café Balfe, Three Sisters Bake, The James Watt.
Choosing an accommodation unit may be difficult, not because there are few options, but because you won’t be able to make up your mind that one to book. Expect them to be well conditioned, with comfortable rooms, classy decorated and with a friendly atmosphere, where the personnel is well trained to attend to your needs. Many of them won the Travelers’ Choice award, based on the good reviews they have received in time: Premier Inn Greenock, Tontine Hotel, The Spinnaker Hotel, Parkdean, Foresters House B&B. Also, check out Belle Vue, Inverkip Hotel, Castle Levan B&B, Clyde View B&B, Denholm B&B, Heather B&B.
Scotland is famous for its amazing coastline, and you will find a small part of it in Inverclyde, perfect for surfing, sailing, swimming and other water activities. You will easily find a vineyard, a mountain landscape, a sandy quiet beach or a farmland in your proximity. The country is overall, a welcoming community and the Scottish people love meeting foreign people and exchange experiences and learn cool stuff about each other. The Scotts are well known for being witty, friendly and very fun to have around. Whether you find yourself in a Scottish home or checking in at a hotel or B&B, you will be treated with warm hospitality and inspiring kindness.
Let’s see what interesting places you can visit in this part of Scotland. Start with the spectacular view from Lyle Hill, a paradise for landscape photographers. Continue with the extremely well-preserved pieces of history at Newark Castle, McLean Museum, perfect for the children. Take an afternoon stroll at Lunderston Bay and soak in the history of the massive site at Greenock Cemetery. Catch a show at The Beacon Theatre, admire the imposing building of St. John’s Episcopal Church or relax for a couple of hours at Waterfront Leisure Complex. Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park is a precious destination, rewarded with the Green Tourism Award. You can simply walk your way through it, admiring the landscape, taking memorable photographs, taking in the fresh air and enjoying the beauty that surrounds you. You can also hop on a bike and choose a trail to follow, it is a great exercise for your mind and body.
How about some other exciting activities to keep your heart rate up? You have the possibility of trying sailing and powerboating. The wildlife is spectacular, and there are all different things to see all year round. Whether you love camping or never tried it before, this is the place to make a stop. The campsite is at Barnbrock Farm, set in an attractive countryside, simply waiting for you to come and experience nature at its best.
What else do you need for a great vacation? You have an extraordinary cuisine, friendly and comfortable accommodation, awesome places to engage in outdoor activities and historical sites everywhere you look. All in all, the precious moments you share in Scotland, will forever have a place in your heart, and you will fondly remember them.
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