Visit Glenfarg and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Glenfarg, Perth and Kinross, is a picteresque and narrow glen 4 miles long and in the northern half twists and turns with the course of the Farg river; the railway (now closed) ran alongside and had two tunnels within 2 miles.
The village of Glenfarg at the southern end of the glen, in a sheltered position and noted for its mild climate, is a popular holiday resort. From the summit of an old road over the Wicks of Baiglie from the glen, Sir Walter Scott described the setting of Perth in the first chapter of The Fair Maid of Perth.
Nearby towns: Glenrothes, Kinross, Perth
Nearby villages: Aberargie, Aberdalgie, Abernethy, Almondbank, Arngask, Auchterderran, Auchtermuchty, Ballingry, Bridge of Earn, Cardenden, Collessie, Crook of Devon, Dron, Dunbog, Dunning, Errol, Falkland, Forgandenny, Forteviot, Freuchie, Gateside, Glencarse, Glendevon, Keillour, Kilspindie, Kinfauns, Kinglassie, Leslie, Lindores, Methven, Milnathort, New Scone, Newburgh, Rannoch, Rumblingbridge, St. Madoes, Strathmiglo, Thornton
Have you decided to visit Glenfarg or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Glenfarg bed and breakfast (a Glenfarg B&B or Glenfarg b and b)
- a Glenfarg guesthouse
- a Glenfarg hotel (or motel)
- a Glenfarg self-catering establishment, or
- other Glenfarg accommodation