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Postcode: PH2 | code search
Population: 570
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Glenfarg is a small village in the county of Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is situated in the Ochil Hills near Clackmannan. The eastern side of the village runs parallel with the M90 motorway. In 1890 the Forth Rail Bridge opened and the North British Railway company planned to open a direct line to Perth, the original settlement in the area was the hamlet of Arngask situated further east. Glenfarg station was built to serve this upland area, and the new settlement quickly grew known as Glenfarg. The railway closed in 1970 and as a result the village is generally by-passed by the motorway, allowing drivers a mere glimpse of the village as they drive by. The village has some interesting 19th century buildings including the Arngask Library 1892 and the Arngask Parish church 1908. Even though Glenfarg has a busy motorway on one side it still retains an aura of tranquillity, the village has not lost its essential character and is a popular holiday resort, offering a scenic natural route through the Ochil Hills; it is a quaint winding glen with a beautiful park, hotels, a church, and selection of shops. Activities include tennis courts, riding school and bowling green.

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Bracken Log Cabin
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Arngask Primary School

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Bein Inn (2.28 miles)

Bein Inn
The famous Bein Inn - Scottish Music Pub of the Year.

The Bein Inn has long been renowned for its warm welcome, generous hospitality and comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. It is the perfect base for touring Stirling, ... More | visit website
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Edenshead Stables B & B (3.55 miles)

Edenshead Stables B & B

B&B NEAR CUPAR 12 miles , PERTH 12 miles & KINROSS 7 miles

Edenshead Stables B&B is a charming house in peaceful countryside on the edge of the village ... More | visit website

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Thistle Hotel (3.71 miles)

Thistle Hotel
The Thistle hotel is ideally situated just off Junctions 6 North & 7 South of the M90 Motorway for easy access to Edinburgh (40 mins), Edinburgh Airport (30 mins) , Perth (15 mins), St Andrews ... More | visit website
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Bronton Cottage B&B (4.56 miles)

Bronton Cottage B&B

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High-amenity B&B, newly opened. Local produce for breakfast, with home-made bread and preserves. All rooms en-suite, with power-showers. Verandah and garden. No smoking within the house. No pets other than ... More

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The Green Hotel (4.91 miles)

The Green Hotel

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Just a 30-minute drive from Edinburgh, this former coaching inn is set in Kinross, in the historic heart of central Scotland, with easy access to the M90 motorway. Now a first-class hotel ... More

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Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm (4.96 miles)

Horse Mill Cottage at Newhill Farm

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Nestling on a peaceful upland farm and on the edge of a forest ideal for cycling and walking from the doorstep, these beautiful barn conversions have been ... More

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Kirklands Hotel (5.20 miles)

Kirklands Hotel

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The Kirklands Hotel makes an ideal base for holidays or business in Scotland. It is centrally located for St Andrews, Gleneagles, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth. As an original coaching Inn ... More

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The Roxburghe Guest House (5.38 miles)

The Roxburghe Guest House
The Roxburghe Guest House is a 19th century stone building in the ancient burgh of Kinross. There are eleven comfortable bedrooms of varying sizes, each equipped with hospitality trays, televisions and hair dryers.

Kinross is ideally ... More | visit website
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Myres Castle (6.73 miles)

Myres Castle

Myres Castle is a wonderful family home, steeped in history, dating back to around 1530. This recently refurbished castle is surrounded by a 44 acre estate, beautiful gardens, hard tennis court and helipad and fully ... More

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Acer Guesthouse (7.56 miles)

Acer Guesthouse

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Modern, spacious, central to all amenities, comfortable and highly recommended

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