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

Another Delightful Sabbath in Stirling

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 20, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... lunch.

We had a very nice visit with my mom, and I couldn't help remembering what she had said in a resigned manner the last visit - that on Saturday I would be putting Church before her - but in the end, it worked out that I could do both, just worship first, then honoring my mom.

Well, I have to go catch a bus shortly, to visit her by myself today. More about that later.

Hope everyone has a good day, and that it warms up where you are!


East to the Lowlands

A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jul 24, 2013

19 photos

... Still with lots of gunports to shoot any invading highlanders, or Campbells! Also restored and maintained by the Menzies clan...a real labour of love as it had fallen into disrepair. Oh and yes there is a picture and reference to Australia's favourite Menzies, Sir R. On our way back we visited Dunkeld, where there is a garden to honour Beatrix Potter, who spent many summers in the area as a young girl, lovely exhibition focussed ...

Our journey through the Highlands: A Novel

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 03, 2012

30 photos

... with snow dusted mountains in the distance.
We saw various other very Scottish things on the drive and took lots of postcard style shots: castles, sheep, shaggy highland cattle and Loch Ness.
As the light was fading we took a side road with signs promising ancient Brochs from the iron age. (Brochs are circular stone buildings used by villages 2000 years ago that somehow managed to stay partially intact) We had to drive up and over a massive mountain and ...

35. The Glen

A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on Dec 29, 2011

15 photos

... photos of the castle, and we paused only a moment on Stirling Bridge to take photos of the Wallace memorial before hoofing it back to Edinburgh.

All in all, the 3 day Haggis tour was a great introduction to the Scottish Highlands and Isle of Skye. I must admit I was mighty glad to get off the bus though! Sitting on your bum all day is rather tiring. As Blair said, he feels a bit like he's only seen Scotland through a window. We'll just have to go back in the summer.

Hill Run Up Ben Lawers

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Aug 14, 2011

4 photos

Kenmore - Loch Tay
Iona and Gareth's wedding

Hill Run - 11 miles

After a great wedding, we all gathered just down Loch Tay a bit for a hill run up to the top of Ben Lawers - one of the taller Munros in Scotland. It was to be a Superhero/fancy dress run. John, the best man, brought Gareth's outfit - a florescent orange skin suit that covered him from head to toe. Also, ...