Last weekend, the two-day extravaganza that is the Mary Queen of Scots Festival returned to Kinross.  Being a die hard history geek I jumped at the chance to attend.  Kinross sits on the northern shore of Loch Leven.  Surrounded by scenic countryside and green rolling hills, it makes an excellent base for a short break.  It may be a relatively small town but there’s lots to see and do there, including gliding, fishing, cycling, castle exploring, hiking, golfing and more.

Read more of the Wee White Dug’s trip to Kinross here

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