This is a lovely semi-detached modern holiday home in Kinross.
Set in a quiet modern development, this quality self-catering accommodation is ideal for a family or friends looking to explore Perthshire, Fife and central Scotland.
Well-equipped and with a Smart TV, this lovely cottage can accommodate up to five people in a single, twin and double bedrooms, with the double having an en-suite shower room.
The ground floor accommodation has a comfortable sitting room and a dining kitchen with French doors which opens onto the enclosed lawned rear garden.
There is also a garage available on request to secure your bikes.
Kinross sits on the shores of the spectacular Loch Leven.
This National Nature Reserve is a haven not just for wildlife, but also walkers, anglers and cyclist who can explore the loch via a 13 mile circular route through the RSPB Reserve.
Historians too are drawn by the connection to Mary Queen of Scots, who was imprisoned on an island in the loch.
Visit nearby Falkland Palace or dramatic Stirling Castle.
The location of this cosy cottage is ideal for exploring central Scotland as Edinburgh, Perth and Glasgow are within easy reach, as is the beautiful Fife coast.
Golfers are well catered for with many courses in the surrounding area and, of course, St Andrews is under an hour away.
A superb holiday home and ideally located to explore Central Scotland, including Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee, St Andrews and Glasgow.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Perth 17 miles; Stirling 23 miles; St Andrews 29 miles; Edinburgh Airport 23 miles.
The scenic town of Kinross nestles on the shore of Loch Leven having one of the most historic views in Scotland of the 11th century castle where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567 and finally abdicated. The area is of outstanding beauty and it was declared a National Nature Reserve (NNR) in 1964. Loch Leven Heritage Trail is a unique trail linking natural, historic and cultural heritage around Loch Leven. The 21km trail is level and barrier-free for most of its length. The Trail is suitable for walkers of all ages and abilities, for cyclists, for wheelchair and motorised users. A freshwater loch, it is the largest in lowland Scotland and attracts a wide range of bird and animal life, ideal for brown trout ?shing. Kinross is ideally located, the popular towns of Perth, Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh are all within easy reach. Visitors are well catered for with a Sainsbury’s in the town, convenient stores in the High Street and there's a Park and Ride scheme in the town. There is a fine choice of places to eat including the popular Court House and Kirkland Bar Restaurant and lovely local cafés and tasty local chip shop. Why not tee-off on one of the golf courses or visit Loch Leven’s Larder on the other side of the loch and have a meal accompanied by stunning views across the water?