Useful Travel Information
Boat Trips, tel: 07803 170 261 / 07752 156 733
Fife Coastal Path
Deep Sea World, tel: 01383 411880
Historic Village & Peninsula Walks, tel: 01383 411381
Harbour Light Tower, tel: 07852 437384
Getting Here is Easy
www.scotrail.co.uk or Tel: 0845 601 5929
North Queensferry station is located in the upper part of the village and is served by local trains from Edinburgh and the North.
www.stagecoachbus.com or Tel: 0871 200 2233
There are regular buses to both the upper and lower village, most connecting with nearby Ferrytoll Park and Ride facility and with many onward connections including Edinburgh airport and the ferry terminal at Rosyth.
From the south and west cross the Forth Road Bridge, leaving the A90 at the first junction and following the B981 to the village. From the north, follow the M90 and A90 towards the Forth Road Bridge, exiting at Ferrytoll Park and Ride sign and follow the B981.
For local news
Contact Visitor Information Centre,
1 High Street Dunfermline, KY12 7DL, tel: 01383 720999
or visit www.ferrynews.co.uk
Places to Eat & Stay
North Queensferry has an excellent selection of places to eat and stay.
Albert Hotel, Main Street, tel: 01383 413562
Ferrybridge Hotel, Main Street, tel: 01383 416292
Queensferry Hotel , St Margaret’s Head, tel: 0870 1112520 / 01383 410000
The Wee Restaurant, 17 Main Street, tel: 01383 616263
Comfortable, friendly B&B accomodation for business and leisure guests, all with private parking and free wi-fi connections.
Battery House, tel: 01383 410 163
Ferrycraigs House, tel: 01383 419 634
Northcraig Cottage, tel: 01383 412 299