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Kinross Hotels The Kirklands Hotel makes an ideal base for leisure or business travellers. Newly refurbished in January 2010, proprietors Anthony Clifford and Shona Jack have restyled this original coaching inn to give the interior a contemporary and modern feel.

From the relaxing bar and lounge offering freshly ground coffees and tempting cocktails to the stylish restaurant, serving the finest of modern bistro cuisine, the Kirklands Hotel is a must for anyone here for a leisurely stay.

With free WiFi available in the bar, business guests can catch up on some work while enjoying one of our real cask ales.

The Kirklands Hotel Accommodation

Our nine ensuite bedrooms are comfortable, modern and functional providing the perfect space to unwind at the end of the day. Whether you are here on business or pleasure, Anthony and Shona will be here to welcome you and look after your every need from arrival to departure.

The Kirklands Hotel boasts nine ensuite bedrooms. Newly refurbished in January 2010. All rooms are comfortable and well appointed with LCD FreeSat television, telephone, hairdryer, trouser Press and tea/coffee making facilities. The ensuite bathrooms are modern and well laid out with heated towel rails and sensor lit mirrors.

With a good mix of double, twin and family rooms the Kirklands can meet all your accommodation needs. All bedrooms are non smoking. Drying facilities available on request.

The Restaurant at the Kirklands Hotel
Our recently refurbished restaurant offers a dining experience based on high quality food, drink and service in stylish surroundings. Our menu caters for all tastes from the classic Kirklands Burger to succulent pan fried duck.

Why not consider the Kirklands hotel for your next event, Our restaurant is a stylish yet flexible space, bright and airy for a daytime event, relaxed and atmospheric for an evening function. The restaurant can accommodate up to 40 guests for a seated meal and up to 50 guests for a buffet, set menus can be provided or menus can be tailored to your individual requirements.

Sunday lunch at the Kirklands is becoming a firm favourite with the residents of Kinross, relax with the papers in the bar before enjoying our 2 or 3 course. Booking advisable. The Restaurant at the Kirklands provides good vegetarian options, daily changing specials and is happy to cater for special dietary requirements.

We can accommodate food intolerance and food allergy such as gluten free, vegetarian or vegan. Rest assured the kitchen staff and restaurant front of house, have knowledge and training on specific conditions. As we make everything on the premises, we are able to inform you of precisely the ingredients used.

Please advise us regarding any dietary requirements e.g. vegetarian or food allergies, when making your booking. We require 48 hours notice for all special requests.

The Bar at The Kirkland Hotel
By day, the bar is the perfect place to while away the afternoon meeting with friends or simply relaxing with the papers over a freshly brewed coffee and homemade pastry. By night the bar becomes the ideal place to enjoy a pre dinner cocktail or glass of wine from our extensive drinks list. Or for those looking for a taste of Scotland we carry a fine range of malts and cask ales.

The bar also offers a relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy lunch or dinner from our modern bistro menu.

The Beergarden
Enjoy a drink or a meal in our quiet and secluded beer garden. It's the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy a summer's afternoon or evening. This area is available for private hire and makes the prefect location for corporate barbeques of summer drinks parties.

At the Kirklands Hotel you are perfectly situated to explore the rest of Scotland with Edinburgh and Perth being only a 30 minute drive away. Our staff have all the latest information to hand to help you decide what to see first in this stunning part of the world.

Local Attractions within 30 minutes of The Kirklands Hotel:

Loch Leven Castle
Steeped in history Loch Leven Castle is linked with names such as William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, but perhaps most famously with Mary Queen of Scots who was imprisoned here in 1567.

Kinross House and Gardens
Designed by Sir William Bruce the house is still inhabited by the Montgomery family and while the house is closed to the public the gardens are open and make stunning viewing during the summer months.

Vane Farm Nature Reserve
Set in the beautiful Kinross countryside RSPB Vane Farm nature reserve is an ideal day out for all ages, from the casual visitor to the enthusiastic birdwatcher. Its range of facilities, activities and wildlife experiences has made it one of our most popular nature reserves in Scotland.

Scone Palace
The crowning Palace of Scottish Kings and home of the Earl of Mandfield.

Tullibardine Distillery
Producing one of Scotland's finest malts, the distillery is open to visitors all year round.

Perth Racecourse
National racing with a full summer calendar, renowned as one the country’s most picturesque racecourses.

The hotel is ideally situated for a large range of golf courses to suit all tastes and standards. Gleneagles, home of the 2012 Ryder Cup, St Andrews and Carnoustie are among the world renowned championship courses which are within easy driving distance of the hotel. Kinross also boasts two top quality parkland courses just 200 yards from the hotel. Tee times can be arranged upon request.

Loch Leven is famous for its brown and rainbow trout. The season runs from April to October. Other local alternatives for loch and river fishing are also available.

Cycling & Walking
Scotland's heartland is a haven fir cyclists and walkers of all standards. For the serious walker the Fife coastal path and the Cateran trail are just a couple of the paths available to enjoy this areas stunning and contrasting scenery.

For a more leisurely stroll why not follow in the footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots around the banks of Loch Leven. If its high peaks you are looking for you can head for the little discovered Angus Glens or magnificent highland perthshire.

Cyclists are also spoilt for choice, The National Cycle Network crosses the region with two routes: the Lochs & Glens Cycle Route and the Edinburgh to Aberdeen Cycle Route.

The Fife Millennium Cycleways criss-cross Fife offering long distance routes, easy family cycling in Tentsmuir Forest and tougher mountain bike challenges in Pitmedden Forest. There are also more testing mountain bike challenges around Loch Rannoch, in Craigvinean Forest, by Dunkeld (north of Perth) and in the Angus Glens.

RSPB Vane Farm with several hides and an observation centre, is just a short drive away, the Scottish Natural Heritage hide on Loch Leven National Nature Reserve can be reached on foot from the hotel.

Vane Farm is part of the Loch Leven National Nature Reserve and it is to the Loch and surrounding wet grassland that pink-footed and greylag geese, whooper swans and thousands of dabbling ducks are attracted each winter. In summer, ospreys fish in the Loch and the grassland provides nesting sites for redshanks, snipe and lapwings.

If that isn’t enough to keep you entertained Kinross also offers the following other activities:
Gliding from Portmoak, Scotland's largest gliding club.

Knockhill Race Track
Where you can witness top class motor sport or even take part in courses yourself.

Loch Ore Meadows
Offers a wide range of outdoor activities and watersports.

Email The Kirklands Hotel enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com