Welcome to Park House Kinross Scotland

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Kinross Hotels A warm welcome awaits you at Park House in the picturesque village of Kinnesswood.

.Kinnesswood is an ideal base for walking, cycling, fishing and of course golfing. St Andrews, the home of golf, is an easy drive. Excellent food is available locally, with restaurants and pubs within walking distance.

Kinross, a small country town, is five miles away and offers a large choice of restaurants including Chinese, Indian and Italian as well as traditional Scottish fare. Edinburgh, Perth and the beautiful Highlands are only a short drive away.

Park House Accommodation

Built in 1909, our beautiful, traditional house boasts stunning views of Loch Leven and Bishop Hill. Each comfortable bedroom has a private bathroom, hospitality tray and hairdryer. Alan and Chris offer you delicious breakfast and informal friendly hospitality.

Park House has been awarded 4 star status, with a wide range of facilities:

· Central Heating Throughout Property
· Sea/Loch View
· Open Hearth Fire
· Radio
· King Size Bed
· DVD Player Available
· Extra Linen On Request
· Hot Water Shower/ Washing Facilities
· Iron and Ironing Facilities
· Linen & Towels Supplied
· TV Lounge
· Parking
· Vegetarian
· Guide Dogs Welcome

Children and Infants
Children are welcome at Park House. There is an outdoor play area, and a cot is available. Please call in advance to discuss any particular requirements you may have.

Park House, Kinnesswood, is located adjacent to the M90 motorway half way between Edinburgh and Perth, making it an ideal Scottish touring base. Particularly handy for golfers, Park House has the 45 courses of Fife (including St Andrews) and another 40 in Perthshire, all within an easy drive.

Kinross-shire has a great range of eateries. No matter what your taste, you are sure to find something you like! Park House does not have a particular recommendation - the selection below is not exhaustive, and is in no particular order.

The Grouse & Claret
We are famed for our small weddings, special parties, off-site meetings, jazz evenings and oriental evenings. Did you know we also do light lunches every day except Monday and on a Sunday we do a delicious Roast Lunch? No need to have a full 3 course meal - come and enjoy our panoramic views. Open Tuesday to Saturday and Sunday for Lunch

Kirklands Hotel
The newly refurbished Kirklands Hotel offers the best in modern Scottish bistro food. Open all day for Italian coffees and delectable pastries. Lunch and dinner menus offer the finest locally sourced produce in a relaxed setting. Lunch served 12-2.30pm, Dinner 6-9.30pm Food is served all day Saturday and Sunday.

Le Jardin Cafe
Le Jardin Cafe is a bright and attractive cafe run by Sam and Kim Wightman. We pride ourselves in producing fresh, nutritious food and offering good value for money. You will always be assured of a warm welcome. Open 7 days 10am till 5pm.

Thistle Hotel
The new Thistle Hotel management are pleased to offer a wide range of eating options including; World food weekends with locations including Africa, Thailand and Israel, Sunday Breakfast from 10am, Teas, coffees and speciality beers. We provide regular Sky television and sports events plus live music and entertainment, watch for news of Dinner Dances

The newly developed Loch Leven Heritage Trail has awakened interest in Kinross-shire as a walking venue. It provides a wonderful flat, fully accessible route around the majority of Loch Leven. However for those who are prepared to do a little bit of climbing there are tremendous rewards to be found elsewhere around Kinross-shire.

The hills around Loch Leven offer stunning views both of the Loch and over the numerous counties surrounding Kinross-shire and spanning the area from the River Forth to the south and the River Tay to the north.

They provide a reasonable challenge to those who find Munros a stretch and/or perhaps too far away. For younger kids of around 6-8 years these walks are a good length and height to provide the thrill of reaching the top but not taking too long to get there.

There are venues steeped in history such as John Knox Pulpit, Stornachie which housed a distillery, East Lomond with its Limekiln walk and the Rumbling Bridge. Many different views of the internationally important Loch Leven Nature Reserve and its residents are available and there are opportunities to view gliders and hang-gliders up close!

Leaflets detailing the walks are available to residents at Park House, but a good Ordnance Survey map is advisable if you want to tackle anything serious.

Golfing in Fife
Delightful 9 hole courses are perfect for a quick game or a family outing while there is plenty of variety for those who enjoy a real challenge. Superb links courses proliferate in this picturesque county blessed with a coastline of some 100 miles.

Many would argue that you haven't really played the game until you've pitted your wits on a Fife links course. It's a different experience. It's almost a different game. Drier, firmer ground conditions call for tricky little 'bump and run' shots and those sea breezes can really test the quality of the strike.

It is no accident that the cream of the world's golfers thrive in these surroundings or that prestigious tournaments like the Open Championship, the Ladies British Open, the Curtis Cup and the Dunhill Links are played here.

However, while famous venues like the Old Course and Kingsbarns remain as popular as ever, they are complemented by a plethora of, less well-known but equally enjoyable, hidden gems. At St Andrews, the Links Trust are in the process of adding a seventh course to their stable with the development of the Castle Course and there are two splendid courses at The Fairmont St Andrews.

Golfing in Perthshire
Sample some of the finest inland 18-hole golf courses in the world right here in Perthshire! In the north, Pitlochry Golf Course boasts a new clubhouse and its slopes contrast with low-lying highland neighbours Aberfeldy and Taymouth Castle at Kenmore.

Dunkeld & Birnam lies close to one of the treasures of Scottish golf, Blairgowrie's famous Rosemount course, where Greg Norman won his first European Tour event in 1977. Alongside Rosemount, the newer Lansdowne Course designed by Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas offers a more modern layout with tighter fairways to challenge visiting golfers.

A little further east from Blairgowrie, the area around Alyth is blessed with three courses all within 'driving' distance of each other - Glenisla, Strathmore and the original 1894 Course at Alyth which is characterized by rollercoaster greens and long established pine and beech trees.If you enjoy a city break golfing experience then from Perth you can pick from five courses.

On the outskirts lie Murrayshall and its sister, Lynedoch. In the city itself, the undulating hills and panoramic views from Craigie Hill contrast with the flatter but no less challenging municipal North Inch Golf Course and King James VI - one of only two courses in the world built on an island.

West of Perth there is a cluster of courses. The holiday town of Crieff is home to two, the Ferntower Course at Crieff Golf Club which affords magnificent views over the Strathearn Valley and the Culcrieff Course at Crieff Hydro.

Close by Gleneagles Hotel is the only place in Scotland that can boast three Championship golf courses - the King's, the Queen's and the PGA Centenary which hosts the Johnnie Walker Championship and in 2014, the Ryder Cup. Also in the area are courses at Auchterarder and Whitemoss.

Email Park House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com