Visit Kinross and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Kinross, Perth and Kinross. Formerly the county town of its Kinross-shire, Kinross is near to the shores of the world-famous angling waters of Loch Leven. Its tolbooth dates from the early 17th century, and was repaired in 1771. The steeple standing by the Town House finds itself in its rather odd position owing to the 18th century “steeple committees” of Kinross. When a church was designed in 1742 without a steeple, a committee was formed to raise money for this necessary adjunct to a church. The money was raised, but the church moved, leaving the steeple behind it.
Between the town and the loch with its gates in the centre of the town is Kinross House, built in 1685—90 by Sir William Bruce.
Nearby, on the South shore of Loch Leven, is the now famous Vane Farm Reserve of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds with its great variety of duck, geese, and other birds. A ferry runs from Kinross to Castle Island on Loch Leven.
Nearby towns: Auchterarder, Auchtermuchty, Blackford, Dollar, Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Perth
Nearby villages: Aberargie, Abernethy, Arngask, Auchterderran, Auchtertool, Ballingry, Blairhall, Brewlands, Cardenden, Chapel, Crook of Devon, Crossford, Crossgates, Donibristle, Dron, Dunning, Falkland, Fordell, Forgandenny, Forteviot, Foulford, Gateside, Glendevon, Glenfarg, Halbeath, Kelty, Kinghorn, Kinglassie, Kingseat, Leslie, Lindores, Lochgelly, Milnathort, Muckhart, Oakley, Rumblingbridge, Saline, Strathmiglo, Townhill
Have you decided to visit Kinross or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Kinross bed and breakfast (a Kinross B&B or Kinross b and b)
- a Kinross guesthouse
- a Kinross hotel (or motel)
- a Kinross self-catering establishment, or
- other Kinross accommodation