Woodlands Bed and Breakfast
Woodlands Bed and Breakfast is in the delightful Perthshire village of Glenfarg, between Perth and Kinross. Located just off the M90 motorway from Edinburgh to Perth, Glenfarg is ideally situated for touring Scotland.
Set in two acres of mature forest, Woodlands is located in the centre of the village of Glenfarg just 100 m from the shop and church. We are off Church Brae at the end of the lane below the church. Drive into the gateway at the end of the lane and you will find ample car parking.
Woodlands Bed and Breakfast offers two double bedrooms. One bedroom has its own ensuite shower room and the other has a private bathroom. The resident’s lounge is adjacent to the bedrooms and is available for the exclusive use of guests. There is a television and tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfast is served in this room, and our menu offers a wide choice to suit all tastes.
The golf resorts of Gleneagles, St Andrews and Carnoustie are all within 45 minutes drive so it is easy to reach Scotland’s major golfing events The neighbouring countryside offers some great scenery, walking, fishing, shooting, cycling and off- roading.
Perthshire and Kinross are home to some of the finest of Scotland’s tourist attractions. From historic castles, museums and art galleries to concert and music venues, world class golf courses to magnificent mountain scenery and coastline. Among the activities that can be enjoyed locally are hunting, fishing (river and loch), four wheel driving, gliding at the Scottish Gliding Centre at Portmoak, cycling, canoeing and water sports, golfing, bird watching and much, much more.
Within an hour’s drive you can reach Gleneagles, Carnoustie and St Andrews. Edinburgh with its castle and world famous Festival in August is also less than an hour away, and you can reach it via the “park and ride” bus from Kinross. The ancient city of Perth has many historical attractions including Scone Palace, and the lesser known Fergusson Gallery devoted to the work of the famous Scots colourist. In Kinross, Loch Leven is the home of a national nature reserve, and the island castle where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned. There are many beautiful way-marked country walks taking in the Lomond Hills, Moncrieffe Hill, Loch Leven and Corsie Hill in Perth. To the north lies Birnam and Dunkeld where woodland walks as well as highland scenery can be enjoyed. The Fife coastline also offers a great variety of interest with its fishing villages and coastal walk.
Your hosts, Heather and Cedric will be happy to talk itineraries with you with the benefit of their local knowledge.
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