Welcome to Dalqueich Farmhouse Kinross Scotland

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Kinross Hotels Enjoy the peace of our woodland garden, a haven for wildlife where the river flows under Dalqueich bridge to Loch Leven, with its wonderful Heritage Trail.

Relax in the conservatory or by open fires in the lounge or dining room. Excellent beds, showers and food with home produce await (our own free range eggs). We hope to inspire you to explore some more.

Dalqueich Farmhouse Accommodation

Dalqueich Farmhouse is a traditional Scottish building which is over two hundred years old. Set in large grounds bordering on one of the main rivers leading into Loch Leven, it is in a delightful quiet rural location nestling into the foothills of the Ochils. It has been restored and modernized and accommodation is of a high standard.

One family room is available, (with a double and single bed) with en-suite facilities, and the other room, a double, has a King size bed and its own adjacent private shower room. The house is fully centrally heated but in the winter months, open fires in both lounge and dining room add to the cosy atmosphere.

Please note that as a small establishment we do not have the facility to accept payment by credit card.

· Dinner Available
· Tea & Coffee Available
· Breakfast Available
· Bring Your Own Bottle
· Eating Out Facilities within 2 miles
· Evening Meal By Arrangement
· Packed Lunch By Arrangement
· Shop within 2 Miles / Mobile Shop

Speciality Diets
· Dairy Free
· Vegetarian Meals Available

· Covered Drying Facilities Available
· Drying Facilities
· Indoor Drying Facility
· Outdoor Drying Facility
· Prior Booking Recommended

· Garden For Residents Use

Additional Facilities
· Bed Linen Provided
· Children Welcome
· DVD/CD Player Available
· Electric Shaver Point
· Ensuite Bath/Shower Room In Unit
· Extra Linen On Request
· Gas Central Heating
· Hair Dryer In Room
· Hot Water Shower/ Washing Facilities
· Iron Available
· King Size Bed
· Linen & Towels Supplied
· Open Hearth Fire
· Parking
· Radio
· TV Lounge
· Television
· Video Recorder

· Pets Welcome By Arrangement

Smoking Policy
In Scotland, smoking is banned in all types of paid accommodation.

The Local Area
Dalqueich is excellently located for touring Scotland, being within five minutes drive of the M90. Perth, Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh are all within easy reach, and, for skiers, both Aviemore and Glenshee are about an hour and a half’s drive away.

Walkers will love both the local Loch Leven Heritage trail and, further afield, Fife’s coastal path.

The delightful, undiscovered Fife coastline and fishing villages are less than an hour’s drive. Everyone loves the boat trip to the Isle of May with its sea and birdlife. The rural road network has well marked cycle routes. There is ample parking within the grounds and bicycles can be securely locked away.

For golfers there are numerous courses- Gleneagles, St Andrews and Carnoustie are within easy driving distance and locally, Milnathort, Kinross, Muckhart, Dollar and Crieff are easily accessible.

Loch Leven is an internationally famous bird sanctuary-the RSPB have extensive facilities. In addition, ospreys fly in the Ochils and can also be seen nesting at Loch of the Lowes by Pitlochry, about 45 minutes drive.

Hill walkers enjoy the gently rolling hills of the Ochils – walkers can start from Dalqueich and go directly up into the hills for a delightful day out – we can supply the packed lunch.

Getting there from the Information Centre:

From the Tourist Information Centre go back through Kinross to the M90 roundabout at junction 6. Take the A977 exit heading west. Take first right(600 meters), then first right again (1.2km.)

Go straight over cross roads at top (take care). 1km down road, Dalqueich farmhouse is the first house on left hand side. Immediately after the house, just before bridge, turn left into driveway.

Getting There by Car:
From North & South exit at junction 6 on the M90 (Kinross) take the A977 heading west, in 600m take the first right (B918), in 1.2 km take 1st right again.

After 500m go straight over cross roads with the A91 (care!). 1 km on Dalquiech Farmhouse is first house on left hand side. Immediately after house,just before the bridge, turn left into drive.

Travelling East or West along the A91 take the signed road for Dalqueich at the small crossroads. This is 4 km West of Milnathort. 1 km on Dalqueich Farmhouse is first house on Left Hand Side. Immediately after house turn left into drive. (OS Grid reference NO 080 046)

Getting There by Railway:
The nearest railway stations are Perth, Stirling, Cowdenbeath, and Inverkeithing. There are bus services from both Perth and Stirling to Kinross. From Kinross Dalqueich is a short taxi ride or a ‘phone call away.

For stations other than Perth and Stirling, a taxi is likely to be the most convenient, alternatively, we can collect guests from local stations.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are nearest. Both airports have buses running to the centre of the respective cities where a coach can be caught to Kinross. From Kinross Dalqueich is a short taxi ride or a ‘phone call away.

Getting There by Ferry:
The Superfast ferry docks at Rosyth from which taxi or public transport is available to Dunfermline. Coaches run from Dunfermline to Kinross. From Kinross Dalqueich is a short taxi ride or a ‘phone call away.

Email Dalqueich Farmhouse enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com