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Kinross is in Perth and Kinross. Originally the county town of Kinross-shire, it has now become part of the county of Perth and Kinross. This small, former market town, sits on the west side of Loch Leven, the largest of the Scottish lowland lochs. Due to it’s central location, near to the national motorway network, it is an base for touring central Scotland.


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  • Golf. There are over one hundred courses within an hour's drive.  edit
  • Kirkgate Cemetery.  edit
  • Loch Leven Castle, +44 01577 862670, [1]. 1 April - 30 September, 10.00am to last outward sailing at 4:15pm; 1-31 October, 10.00am to last outward sailing at 3:15pm. The castle where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567 sits on an island in the loch. Adult £5.50, Child £3.30, Concession £4.40.  edit
  • Loch Leven Heritage Trail, [2]. A 12 kilometre traffic free path, mostly level and accessible for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users. A national nature reserve and the RSBB Loch Leven at the southern end of the loch are winter home to thousands of migrating pink footed geese. There is also a wide range of other wildlife including otters, red squirrels, ospreys and the occasional glimpse of sea eagles fishing in the loch.  edit






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