Liz’s guidebook

Liz
Liz’s guidebook

Outdoor activities

Activities include Axe Throwing, Archery, Fishing, Laser Clay Shooting and Rifle Shooting.
Kinross Activity Centre and Trout Fishery
Activities include Axe Throwing, Archery, Fishing, Laser Clay Shooting and Rifle Shooting.
A 13 mile trail around Loch Leven through very varied countryside. A must for walkers and cyclists.
Loch Leven Heritage Trail
A 13 mile trail around Loch Leven through very varied countryside. A must for walkers and cyclists.
Track days and Karting
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Knockhill Racing Circuit Ltd
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Track days and Karting
Kinross boasts 2 18 hole golf courses, the Bruce and the Montgomery.
Kinross Golf Courses
2 Muirs
Kinross boasts 2 18 hole golf courses, the Bruce and the Montgomery.

Food scene

Award winning cafe and restaurant, with wonderful delicatessen and gift shop.
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Loch Leven's Larder
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Award winning cafe and restaurant, with wonderful delicatessen and gift shop.
Award winning craft beers
Loch Leven Brewery
Award winning craft beers
Great food including freshly made pizza served all day. Extensive menu for lunches and evening meals.
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The Court House Coffee Bar & Restaurant
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Great food including freshly made pizza served all day. Extensive menu for lunches and evening meals.

Nature

A great day out for lovers of nature and the outdoors. Nature trails and a gift shop.
Vane Farm RSPB Nature Reserve
A great day out for lovers of nature and the outdoors. Nature trails and a gift shop.

Scottish History

A ruined castle on Loch Leven built around 1300, where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567
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Lochleven Castle
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A ruined castle on Loch Leven built around 1300, where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567
This was the country residence of the Royal Stuarts, adored by Mary Queen of Scots, and one of the finest examples of renaissance architecture in Scotland.
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Falkland Palace & Garden
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This was the country residence of the Royal Stuarts, adored by Mary Queen of Scots, and one of the finest examples of renaissance architecture in Scotland.

Borgartillaga

Samgöngur

The best way to get here is by car.

Although we are on a bus route, there is no stop close by. Getting off a bus at the nearest stop will involve a 20 minute walk to your destination along a road with no pavement. We don't recommend you do this, but are happy to pick visitors up and drop them off if arranged before your stay. Getting here by train is possible, but involves a lengthy journey from the station and the same problem with bus stops.