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 Castle on the Hill

A travel blog entry by cathandcherie on Dec 14, 2014

8 photos

This was our last day in Scotland. We awoke to the sight of snowflakes falling gently on the slate roofs outside our bedroom window. The time had come to visit the castle that overshadows the town of Stirling. We put on our ten layers of clothing and ...

Doune Castle and Loch Ard

A travel blog entry by tatedavis5 on Jul 01, 2014

27 photos

On Monday afternoon we moved into the Old Churches House which was in the Dunblane Cathedral square.

Today we headed to Loch Ard in the Trossicks (National Park). David wanted to show us Doune Castle which was also well preserved but not as touristy as Stirling. We saw a little swallows nest with baby chicks in the portcullis and wandered up spiral staircases , ...

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 ...

Stirling - Not for Glory, Nor for Riches!

A travel blog entry by jkloewen on Aug 27, 2012

3 comments, 17 photos

... to their advantage. The English heavy horses got stuck in the marshes and they were divided because of a river and a small narrow bridge. Scotland won the battle of Stirling bridge and Wallace was later declared the Gaurdian of Scotland. What we didn't know was that three days before we got there, it was the anniversary of Wallace's death! To celebrate, there was a skit going on twice a day, everyday, for the whole week for free! Two guys performed a three part skit about ...

Cycle Path to Stirling

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Aug 15, 2011

5 photos

... but the city is mostly working class. We reached the Willy Wallace Hostel without much trouble, but the front door is situated next to a bus stop. There were several people sitting on the front stoop, smoking and blocking the door. For the first time since the first week of our trip, we didn't feel comfortable leaving our bikes outside the door to check in. I stayed outside to monitor the bikes while Mark got us situated inside. Not ...