If you ever want somewhere to stay in Kinross, Perthshire, the place to go is St. Serfs which is at 25 The Muirs, Kinross. Mary and Robert Sneddon are sure to make you very welcome. We have stayed at quite a few B&Bs and this one stands out way above the rest. The facilities were exceptional with ultra comfortable beds, best quality linen and towels (loads of them) and a kettle in the room with ample tea and coffee and milk supplied. All guests have access to a really comfortable sitting room and everywhere is spotlessly clean.
The breakfast was very good and there was an excellent choice and lots of everything. Mary and her husband were very friendly but not pushy and were extremely helpful.
We were very lucky with the weather and had very pleasant walks around Loch Leven. The Tea Room there serves delicious, home-made food, even in January. There are walks in the area to suit all abilities and ages; just ask Mary and she will give you directions for something to suit you. St Serfs has loads of books and leaflets on hand as well, telling you about all the places of interest.
For eating out locally try Jocks Bar, The Green Hotel, 2 The Muse, Kinross. Reasonable prices and very tasty meals.
We were visiting friends in the area and they took us to the Edradour Distillery which is Scotland's smallest. Their products are made in the same way today as in 1825, when it was founded. It is well worth seeing if you have the time.
Our friends also introduced us to St Serfs B&B and we could not have done better. I highly recommend it so, if you want to try it for yourself, just ring Mary on 01577 862183. Double rooms started at about £40 a night, if I remember correctly. Unfortunately all guest rooms are accessed via stairs so unsuitable for the disabled.