We added the walking tour to our trip to Inchcolm Abbey after it was advertised enroute, on the Maid of Forth boat - soooo glad that we did this tour as it was amazing and unforgetable. Mark was a tour guide and he was brillant...More
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Thanks for coming on the tour and I am so glad you enjoyed it especially our fairly untold story of the Spitfires above the Forth. Maybe see you again sometime.
Mark, our Augustinian Canon for the tour, was friendly, incredibly knowledgeable and a great guide. He even had us singing in the acoustically perfect Chapter House. We sounded amazing! He really brought life on the island to life, from the poor old hermit who was...More
Thank you for coming on our wee tour of Inchcolm Abbey. As you probably gathered I like to bring history alive. I'm so glad you enjoyed the tour and of course the singing!
We booked this at Maid of the Forth as part of our trip to Inchcolm. If you visit Inchcolm you must do this walking tour. It's roughly 45 minutes, but it's packed full of fantastic information. Mark is a fantastic guide and the trip is...More
Thank you for coming on our wee tour on Inchcolm Abbey. I am so glad you enjoyed the tour and thanks for your kind words.
Mark was a fantastic fellow. Inchcome island was a fantastic place I defiantly need to go again when I don't get attached by the seagulls as it was there birthing season and they were protecting there young. Need to explore all the WW2 buildings. Defiantly...More
Thank you for coming on our Inchcolm Abbey Island tour. I'm glad you enjoyed it and hope to see you again.
Best hour we have spent in a long time! Mark was a wonderful, knowledgable guide as well as being highly entertaining. We have lived locally for years but were amazed at how much we learned. Highly recommended. Adrian and Jeanette
Thanks for coming on the tour. It is amazing how much history is right on our doorstep, I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Delighted to have spent a couple of sunny hours today in the company of Mark Taylor who introduced me to some of the fascinating history and stories of the Royal Burgh - from 11th century Queen Margaret to the newest bridge over the Forth, with...More
Thanks for coming on the tour. The variety of history between the bridges is amazing. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
More than happy to add another 5 star review to Mark's stack. This was an incredible look at the still-growing history of three engineering landmarks, as well as a terrific look back on the history of a region that plays as a unique facet in...More
I was glad you managed to make the tour, I really enjoyed showing you around and thanks for all your great comments. I hope you come back again sometime.
Had a fantastic tour round Inchcolm island with Mark. We have visited the island many times but gained a totally new insight from this informative and interesting addition. Both my husband and I enjoyed it, and Mark also kept it fun enough for our 9...More
Thank you for coming on the tour. I am glad you and your family enjoyed our new walking tour around Inchcolm Abbey with Maid of the Forth. If I remember correctly you all had great singing voices in the Chapter House. Maybe see you on...More
You get a lovely view of the Three Forth Bridges. Plenty of parking and some lovely little shops to browse
I went to Queensferry, lovely and ancient Royal Burgh, close Edinburgh. The Forth Bridge is a symbol for Scotland and I visited it with pleasure. I think that it's a place to see and visit again.