Thursday, 19 May 2016

Kingswood Hotel, Burntisland, Fife

On a trip to Burntisland in Fife, I had the pleasure of having Sunday lunch with friends at the Kingswood Hotel. Staff and management were very kind and helpful.
I had arrived much earlier than my friends, so I took a coffee and biscuits into the garden, which was simply delightful. Within the garden was a little building, not in use, but surrounded by greenery, so enchanting that I had to make a little painting.

Meet Kingswood  and make up your own story of who lives behind that red door!

PS: Sunday lunch was delicious and highly recommended!

15 comments:

  1. Dear Pat...just beautiful friend. You got my imagination working as to who lives behind that lovely red door. Glad your lunch was good. Hugs

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    1. Hi Deborah - and who did you have living behind the door?

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  2. This is beautiful! Hello Pat, you and I share the same surname...same spelling, too! Warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. :)

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    1. Thank you, Linda! Greetings from Scotland!

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  3. The greenery in the top foreground was a brilliant idea. It has made this work different and also created the atmosphere you talk of.

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    1. Thanks, AK. I wasn't sure of the greenery to start with, but it certainly adds atmosphere!

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  4. What a lovely little building and an intriguing red door! Now, you are the storyteller and I bet you already have a story in your head! I bet it is a romantic story! :)

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    1. Thanks, Judy.. I was thinking maybe of a murder mystery.. one of the cozy types, no blood and gore for me ;-)

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  5. It looks completely charming!

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    1. Thanks, Linda. It felt that way, too!

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  6. Hi Pat. A delightful painting along with an equally delightful story. I could picture myself there sitting with biscuits and tea. It makes me want to return to England where there are such lovely places to while away the time. I really miss it sometimes.
    So glad you are settled and exploring your new surroundings. And painting! Yahoo! Thanks so much for your visit and kind comments on my blog Pat. I am stuck now with a major block. Your comments and your courage in painting inspire me. Today, I paint! :)

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    1. It's funny, Ross. A few people have told me how brave I am, but I don't see it. Something needed to be done, I did it. You and painting need to be done - your talent is too immense to lie dormant. Swish that brush!!

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  7. Very nice entrance...Arianna

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