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Email Burnbank B&B enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com 


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Kinross Hotels Welcome to Burnbank B&B, close to Loch Leven in the beautiful Kinross countryside.

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you, with the highest standards in comfort, combined with impeccable personal service and the best of locally sourced Scottish produce. We look forward to your stay with us.

Burnbank B&B Accommodation

Originally built as a mill-shop, Burnbank has been redesigned to create a welcoming and distinctive home from home. We have a twin and a double room as well as a large family room. All rooms are en-suite and equipped with comfortable seating, TV with video or DVD, radio alarm clock with MP3 adaptor, hospitality tray and hair dryer. We are also WiFi enabled.

Our beautiful ‘Blue Room’, with superking sized bed (or twin beds), sofabed and ‘z-bed’, this room is suitable for families or couples requiring more space. The warm and welcoming ‘Red Room’ is a double room and is suitable for singles or couples. Our stunning ‘Gold Room’ has twin beds and therefore suits a variety of requirements.

At the heart of our B&B is the guest lounge and dining area, which provides a comfortable place to sit and plan your day whilst browsing the available tourist information and maps. There is ample car parking available on site for guests.

All prices are per person, per night and are inclusive of VAT. Rates include breakfast and in-room hospitality tray with home-made Scottish shortbread. All of our luxuriously appointed rooms are en-suite. Additional meals can be provided if pre-booked.

We are happy to accept payment by credit card/debit card.

We can also arrange a pick up service from train and bus stations and Edinburgh Airport (charge applies).
Attention to detail makes your visit to Burnbank B&B a memorable experience – we look forward to welcoming you.

A Perthshire Breakfast
Travel around Perthshire and you’ll soon notice that it is a favoured place. Its lush fields edged by woods, it's straths, rivers and upland grazings all create a sense of well being in the landscape. And proof of this is in the sheer variety of quality produce that originates here.

From outstanding raspberries and mouthwatering soft fruit to fresh free range eggs and honey from hills and blossom. From top quality beef, lamb and game to wild boar, succulent venison and an array of vegetables – Perthshire is unbeatable.

A Perthshire Breakfast makes the most of this natural bounty and consists of at least 50% of locally sourced, seasonal produce – a delicious and memorable start to your day. Burnbank is delighted to serve a Perthshire Breakfast.

During your holiday you’ll find plenty of other opportunities to sample local produce in hotels and restaurants as well as from farmers’ markets and our thriving network of farm shops and delicatessens. Relax and take your time as you travel around, savouring the many delicious flavours and the beautiful Perthshire countryside.

Breakfast is normally served between 8.00 and 9.30am, but we can provide it at other times on request. We can also provide a ‘packed breakfast’ if you are wanting a very early start.

We provide a small seasonal menu, available if pre-booked. Wherever possible we use local producers which we have chosen because of their production methods, free range, organic etc. We are unlicensed, but would be pleased to chill your wine and provide a corkscrew and glasses to enhance your meal. Dinner is served between 7.00 and 8.00pm.

Other meals
If you are going out for the day and returning to us in the evening, we can provide a picnic lunch, if booked in advance. We can also provide an afternoon tea of homemade scones with jam and cream if you are arriving early, or a ‘cold supper’ if you will be arriving late and will not have had chance to eat on the way.

For all meals, we can cater for a range of special diets, if pre notified.If you enjoy our home-made jams, lemon curd and shortbread during your stay, we can also supply it for sale to remind you of your visit at Burnbank B&B. We are happy to recommend several local restaurants if you wish to dine out (which we can pre-book for you if required).

Further Afield
Burnbank Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated for touring and discovering the beauty of Scotland, its historic cities and many visitor attractions. Here are just a few of our recommendations.

Historic Kinross lies on the shore of Loch Leven and is surrounded by hills.

For History:
You can visit the wonderful old town of Edinburgh (27 miles); Scotland’s former capital city of Perth (17 miles); the final resting place of Robert the Bruce in Dunfermline (13 miles); or historic Auchterarder (12 miles).

For Shopping:
You can’t beat the cosmopolitan, yet distinctly Scottish city of Edinburgh (27 miles); for more traditional wares, visit the bustling tourist town of Callander (39 miles).

For Golf:
Kinross and Milnathort both have golf courses (where we can arrange tee times for you), but don’t forget a visit to world famous St. Andrew’s (29 miles), known as the home of golf, or the world-class course at Gleneagles, Auchterarder (18 miles).

For Walking, Climbing, Fishing & Cycling:
Attempt to walk round Loch Leven (not to be done in a day!), take a gentle woodland stroll from Rumbling Bridge to the Devil's Mill, or an energetic climb up Dollar Glen to Castle Campbell. There are also lots of opportunities for cycling, fishing and climbing.

For Culture:
Edinburgh is wonderful all year round but especially in August for the festival and its cheeky sibling, the fringe. Visit the Byre Theatre (St Andrews) and the MacRobert Theatre (Stirling University) or Dundee’s Cultural Quarter. Take a trip to the Ferguson Gallery (Perth), and the National Galleries of Scotland (Edinburgh).

For Sight-seeing & Family Days Out:
Well worth a visit are the Falkirk Wheel, Stirling Castle and the Old Town Jail, or the Secret Bunker (Crail). Walk on the wild side at Blair Drummond Safari Park (Callender) and Deep Sea World at North Queensferry. Or tour the East Neuk fishing villages and quaint Culross.

For Whisky:
Perthshire has both the smallest and oldest distilleries in Scotland. The trail includes the distilleries in Aberfeldy and Pitlochry, but perhaps one of the best in the area is at the Glenturret distillery in Crieff, where you can see how The Famous Grouse blends are made.

For Relaxing & Leisure:
Only 100 yards from the B&B is the Loch Leven Leisure Centre. It has a large heated swimming pool, fitness studio and squash courts, or treat yourself to a pampering session in nearby Milnathort at The Zen Zone where we can pre-book face and body holistic treatments for you.

Our guide and recommendations brochure is available in the B&B guest bedrooms, but please ask if you would like other suggestions of what to see and do.

Getting there from the Information Centre:

From the tourist information centre in the town, head towards Milnathort, we are approximately 300 yards on the right.

Getting There by Car:
Leave the M90 at junction 6 and take the A922 into Kinross, at the T junction turn left towards Milnathort and we approximately two thirds of a mile on the right.

The Express National Coach Network calls at Kinross

Getting There by Railway:
Nearest railway stations are Perth and Gleneagles, with connections to Edinburgh, Glasgow and the national rail network. Pick ups can be arranged.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
Nearest airports are Edinburgh (21 miles) and Glasgow (65 miles). Pick ups can be arranged.

Getting There by Ferry:
Ferries from Zeebrugge come to Rosyth, (12 miles) pick ups can be arranged.

Email Burnbank B&B enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com