Kinross-shire Holiday Cottages
Rich in history and natural beauty, Kinross-shire is a gateway to the Highlands and has a lot to offer to tourists for country cottages and self catering cottage holidays.
The historical county of Kinross-shire is now part of Perthshire.
Kinross-shire or the County of Kinross is one of the beautiful regions in Scotland, bordered by Perthshire, Fife and Clackmannanshire. The place is popular for its cathedrals and churches such as St John's Kirk, Loch Leven Castle and Burleigh Castle. Nestled around Loch Leven where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567 on Castle Island, the county has become a prominent place for country cottage holidays.
Kinross House Gardens and Grounds at Hill of Tarvit are some of the beautiful gardens of this county. You can take self catering cottage break and marvel at the natural beauty in these gardens. While visiting Kinross-shire on self catering cottage holidays, there are numerous activities in which one can indulge. These can be cycling, fishing, bird watching, horse riding or golf. Besides, there are a number of attractive places for you to visit and explore while on cottage holidays in Kinross-shire.
Kinross-shire in Scotland has seen the presence of renowned historical figures such as Queen Margaret of Scotland, William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. Kinross-shire has beautiful green countryside with several visitor attractions such as Abbot House, Deep Sea World and Wallace Monument that make the county an ideal place for a cottage holiday. During the self catering stay in Kinross-shire, you can also be part of a Beer Festival or Portmoak Festival depending on the time of year. Further information on cottage holidays in Kinross-shire is available in our Area Guide.