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Stirling and St. Andrews
Kinross to Kincardine

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Crafts Kin-Kraft Tardis like chalet incongruously situated at the Granada services just off junction 6 of the M90. Local designers crafting their wares in all manner of materials. You will be sure to find something totally individualistic. Workshops organised throughout the summer 01577 861300. Dobbies Garden Centre nearby carries a wide range of plants and gifts.

The Grouse and ClaretRestaurants, Cafes, etc. The Grouse and Claret short drive leads to picturesque haven with Trout Fishery, Art Gallery and restaurant. Delicious Scottish seasonal fare, themed evenings and music recitals - rooms if you want to stay 01577 864212. Just opposite is the heart of Scotland tourist information point - a must for the very latest in things to do - book your next visit or accommodation 01577 863680.

County FabricsAttraction County Fabrics In Crook of Devon. Balefulls of material, all fighting for space in this converted mill. Plenty of soft furnishing ideas and some real bargains 01577 840529. Trout Farm small cafe and antique shop all adjacent.


Powmill Milk Bar and Garden CentreRestaurants, Cafes, etc. Powmill Milk Bar and Garden Centre Great indoor picnic spot with a few tables outside for those better days. Great home baking and salads. Small informal garden centre with even smaller chalet style shop crammed full of gifts. Rumbling Bridge in fact three separate bridges with interesting woodland walks to ravine and waterfalls underneath. Impressive sight when the Devonriver is in spate. Turn off towards Knockhill Racing Circuit nearby.

Loganlea Restaurant Restaurants, Cafes, etc. Loganlea Restaurant unlikely find at Forestmill, once the hunting grounds of the Bruce’s. Sean will look after you while Morag prepares great Scottish home cooking. If it is on the menu, try the clootie dumpling - just like granny used to make. The A977 then carries on to Kincardine where you can explore the towns on either side of the River Forth.

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