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Welcome to The Glenfarg

Address: Main Street, Kinross, PH2 9NU

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Set in rolling Perthshire countryside, in picturesque Glenfarg, this hotel has leafy gardens and a candlelit restaurant. Award-winning The Glenfarg features sumptuous interiors and elegant bedrooms. With rich fabrics and individual character, the spacious rooms at Glenfarg have private modern bathrooms and free WiFi access. All rooms have a TV, and some have scenic garden views. The intimate restaurant features crisp linens and fresh flowers, and serves a creative menu using quality local produce. The informal Bistro offers light lunches, evening meals and breakfasts. A cooked breakfast is available to guests at an extra charge. Situated just off the M90 motorway, The Glenfarg is a 20-minute drive from Perth. There is free on-site parking available, and historical Edinburgh is a 45-minute drive away.

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Kinross Centre - Perth and Kinross - Town Centre

Kinross Centre - Perth and Kinross - Town Centre

Distance 5.11 miles (8.17 km)
Kinross Scotland is a beautiful place bordered by Perthshire, Fife and Clackmannanshire. Set amidst gently rolling hills it is the ideal location for hillwalking, golf, cycling, fishing, bird watching or just relaxing and enjoying the beauty of Scotland. The county town, Kinross, is situated at junction 6 on the M90 providing easy access from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Perth. Known as the gateway to the Highlands, Kinross-shire nestles around Loch Leven where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567 on Castle Island. For a small county Kinross-shire is rich in history and natural beauty. Queen Margaret of Scotland, William Wallace and Robert the Bruce are just a few of the well known British historic figures who have visited the area. Kinross is also the favoured destination of many feathered visitors including thousands of geese who winter here every year.