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Ranked #1 of 9 attractions in Kinross
Category: Castles; Landmarks
Owner description: The island fastness of Lochleven is associated with many colourful events and has been visited by countless distinguished... more » Owner description: The island fastness of Lochleven is associated with many colourful events and has been visited by countless distinguished personalities during its history. Some of those taking the boat across Loch Leven came of their own accord, including King Robert Bruce (in 1313 and 1323). Others were held prisoner within the castle’s walls – such as Robert, the High Stewart, in 1369, two years before his coronation as Robert II, the first of the royal house of Stewart.But the castle will be forever associated in the memory with another Stewart sovereign, Mary Queen of Scots. She first visited in 1561 as a guest of the owner, Sir William Douglas. But her last stay, in 1567–8, was as his prisoner. It was at Lochleven that she was compelled to abdicate her throne in favour of her infant son, James VI. The castle walls held her for less than a year. In May 1568 she escaped across the loch and before that month was out she was in exile in England. She never saw her native land again. Accessed by small passenger boat. Sailings run on a shuttle basis to and from the island on demand. The trip is about ten minutes each way.During 1st April to 30 September the boat runs every day from 9.30am to last outward sailing at 4.30pm. In October the boat runs every day from 9.30am to last outward sailing at 3.30pm. « less
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Ranked #2 of 9 attractions in Kinross
Category: Trails; Outdoor Activities
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Ranked #3 of 9 attractions in Kinross
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #4 of 9 attractions in Kinross
Category: Golf Courses; Outdoor Activities
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Ranked #5 of 9 attractions in Kinross
Category: Other fun and games; Fun and Games
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Giacopazzi's (Milnathort)
Ranked #6 of 9 attractions in Kinross
Category: Other food and wine; Food and Drink
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Ranked #7 of 9 attractions in Kinross
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
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Category: Other outdoor activities; Outdoor Activities
Owner description: About We have 4 fish ponds, 2 are Fly only stocked with Rainbow and Brown Trout. The other 2 are any legal method and are... more » Owner description: About We have 4 fish ponds, 2 are Fly only stocked with Rainbow and Brown Trout. The other 2 are any legal method and are stocked with Rainbow Trout Description We have four fish ponds locate in beautiful surroundings Baxter and Charlie are fly only stocked with Rainbow and Brown Trout which weigh from 2lb to 20lb. Dougray and Ross are any legal method and are stocked with Rainbow Trout which weigh from 1lb to 3lb. Kinross Trout Fishery is managed by Neil Pozzi who enjoys not only fly fishing but also bait, spinning and sea fishing. As an experienced angler Neil knows what a angler is looking for. Free tea and coffee is available from the fishery office. Corporate days can be arranged between the fishery and the Grouse and Claret restaurant. Check out their website and have a look at their menu on their website. Grouse and Claret which overlooks the Kinross Trout Fishery serves excellent food and drink. Why not come to us and do some fishing and when you are finished enjoy a meal and a few drinks (if you're not driving) at the Grouse and Claret. Also they have accommodation available. For prices go to the photo section they are displayed as a photo thank you. « less
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Burleigh Well (Milnathort)
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Category: Ancient Ruins; Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
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