Planning your Visit

Burnbank Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated for touring and discovering the beauty of Scotland, its historic cities and many visitor attractions. Located close to Loch Leven in the beautiful area of Kinross-shire, often considered to be Scotland's premier touring base. Whether you want to tour the local area, or go further afield, you are sure to find a variety of activities to suit your interests.

  • Bird watching - RSPB Loch Leven
  • Fine dining – award winning rest/urant nearby
  • Gardens and Castles
  • The Loch - Heritage Nature Trail
  • Skating rink – try your hand at curling
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Fishing - Loch Leven famous brown trout
  • Golf – over 100 courses within an hours drive
  • Walking, lots of stunning routes
  • Cycling – ask for our suggested routes
  • Gym off-site
  • Swimming Pool - off site

Places to Visit

Kinross (0 mi)

Historic Kinross lies on the shore of Loch Leven and is surrounded by hills. Loch Leven is a sparkling jewel surrounded by rolling hills and fertile farmland. It brims with natural beauty, wildlife and history. The loch is a National Nature Reserve with a remarkable range of wildlife, including tens of thousands of migrating geese. Loch Leven has been home for monks, the scene of sieges and the setting for a queen's escape. It has welcomed generations of anglers and hosted huge curling tournaments.

Loch Leven Heritage Trail (0.25 mi)

The Loch Leven Heritage Trail takes you to some of the most attractive parts of the loch. A well signposted traffic free path, mostly level and barrier free. It is suitable for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users. Free to use mobility scooters are available at the pier and Loch Levens Larder. In 2014 the trail will be open fully around the loch, a distance of approximately 12 miles. There is also a circular bus route on Sundays, one hop on hop off ticket takes you between places of interest, cafes and restaurants.

Kinross Golf Course (1 mi)

Kinross and Milnathort both have golf courses (where we can arrange tee times for you), but don't forget a visit to world famous St. Andrews (29 miles), known as the home of golf, or the world-class course at Gleneagles, Auchterarder (18 miles).

Edinburgh (27 mi)

For shopping: You can't beat the cosmopolitan, yet distinctly Scottish city of Edinburgh (27 miles); for more traditional wares, visit the bustling tourist town of Callander (39 miles). For History: You can visit the wonderful old town of Edinburgh (27 miles); Scotland's former capital city of Perth (17 miles); the final resting place of Robert the Bruce in Dunfermline (13 miles); or historic Auchterarder (18 miles).

Walking, climbing, fishing and cycling

Attempt to walk round Loch Leven, take a gentle woodland stroll from Rumbling Bridge to the Devil's Mill, or an energetic climb up Dollar Glen to Castle Campbell. There are also lots of opportunities for cycling, fishing and climbing.

Sight-seeing and family days out

Well worth a visit are the Falkirk Wheel, Falkland Palace, Stirling Castle and the Old Town Jail, or the Secret Bunker (Crail). Walk on the wild side at Blair Drummond Safari Park (Callender) and Deep Sea World at North Queensferry. Or tour the East Neuk fishing villages and quaint Culross.


Perthshire has both the smallest and oldest distilleries in Scotland. The trail includes the distilleries in Aberfeldy and Pitlochry, but perhaps one of the best in the area is the Famous Grouse Experience at Crieff, where you can see how The Famous Grouse blends are made, and try the tasting tray of five different ages and blends.

Local Events

Visit the Loch Leven web site for a full list of local events. Click here to go to the website.

Local Amenities

Leisure Centre (0.25 mi)

Live Active Loch Leven serves the communities of Kinross-shire and outlying areas. With facilities including pool, gym, squash courts and café, we're sure there will be activities to suit the whole family.

Yoga and Ayurvedic Therapies (0.25 mi)

Simpli Yoga Classes in Kinross. Increase the mind/body benefits of yoga by working with this Senior Yoga Teacher who can also provide Ayurvedic Massage and other therapies.

Trail Scooters (1 mi)

Trail Scooters are available for anyone to use free of charge to help you enjoy the delights of the Loch Leven Heritage Trail. The battery operated scooters have a range of 25 miles. It is possible to collect a scooter at one point on the trail and leave it at another. Ideal for people with limited mobility to join their families on a trip round the loch.