Whether it is history or modern attractions which take your fancy, Linlithgow is the ideal place to live. Back in 1646, the town was the capital of Scotland and that means historic landmarks including Linlithgow Palace – the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and King James V – are littered across the landscape.
Varied shops and facilities are found in the town centre, offering residents access to everything they could possibly need. From local newsagents to boutique stores, a local Post Office branch, supermarket, bank, hairdressers and plenty of cafes and restaurants – Linlithgow has something for everyone. Sporting attractions are also varied with access to bowling greens, tennis courts, swimming pools and a golf course.
In terms of natural attractions, the landscape of Linlithgow offers plenty of benefits with the Union Canal running through the town to provide an interesting attraction. For those interested in further travel, routes between Edinburgh, Falkirk and Glasgow are easily accessible and regular rail services operate from the town.