Glenrothes is a town in the Scottish county of Fife situated halfway between Edinburgh and Dundee. With a population of about 40,000, it is one of the region’s key centres of commerce and culture.
Glenrothes sits on the southeastern fringes of Lomond Hills Regional Park, an area of verdant beauty that attracts thousands of visitors. Rolling hills, crystalline Lochs and farmland are just some of the features of this gorgeous part of Fife, which was Scotland’s very first designated regional park.
Balgonie Castle is a fortified structure just a few miles from Glenrothes dating back to the 14th century. Impressive in its own right, the adjoining land is a worthy attraction with its woodland areas and abundance of flora and fauna. The castle holds regular events aimed at hands-on learning, with archery and sword fighting recreation particularly popular.
Throughout the area, from Woodside to Cadham, Floom’s Glenrothes flower delivery applies to the entire town.