Succoth Farm B&B

Address: Succoth Farm, Killin, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, FK21 8SY, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Succoth Farm, Killin, is near Loch An Eilean, Dochart Falls, House of Bruar at Blair Atholl, and Historic Castles and Palaces.
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Travel Blogs from Killin

The Widow of Oz Adventures.

A travel blog entry by carrie03 on Nov 04, 2013

14 comments, 39 photos

... to which he replied ok Mrs Agnes!! They don't even take my card now as they know the details they require. This is a magic card folks! Top cocktails are around $10.75 so three of those a day makes it worth your while never mind the wine or spirits. I have still to try one of the amazing shots that they come round with every night after dinner but trying to observe a modicum of decorum with my table companions as I am the only one with the "magic card". They are all asking me ...

East to the Lowlands

A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jul 24, 2013

19 photos

We bid farewell to Mull, and head north east, through the beautiful area of Glencoe, a glacial valley surrounded by lovely weathered peaks, and climbing into winter ski areas, before heading to Killin on the River Lochay. A walk to Signal Rock near Glencoe, after checking out the Visitor Centre, and hearing stories of ice climbing... Killin has river and loch, plus the Fingal rock...we take a walk to the castle ruin, and catch ...

McGregor Despite Them

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jan 08, 2013

1 comment, 35 photos

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At Loch Katrine on the 7th of March 1671, the 3rd son of Chieftain Donald (Glas) Gregor of Glengyle and Margaret Campbell, cousin to John Iain (Glas) Campbell 11th Laird of Glenorchy, later in 1681 The Earl of Breadalbane, was born and baptised at Buchcanan Parish as Robert MacGregor. This was to see the start of one of the remarkable stories of the Highlands - that of Raibert Rudah (Robert the Red) as he was nicknamed because of ...

Can we sleep in the shed !!!!

A travel blog entry by pmaustin on May 26, 2012

14 photos

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We pushed on as I said a long switchback road where we were passed by lots of vintage tractors along the way.

Killin Village is a big tourist attraction with a nice bridge over the river. We cycled through the village which was packed with people and saw lots of No Vacancies signs up, we thought we had blown it being a Saturday night and possible the best ...

35. The Glen

A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on Dec 29, 2011

15 photos

... to the new King, William of Orange. I find it fascinating that people managed to eek out a survival in them there hills, through the harsh wild winters. They must have been a hardy people.

Leaving the silence of the mountains, we drove on to Stirling. Home to legends such as William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, Stirling is supposed to be a great place to visit. Our time in Stirling though was brief! Joe drove the bus around the round-a-bout three times so we could ...