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near Dunblane, Scotland (United Kingdom)

Follow NCN 765 over the Faery bridge then turn right onto the quiet back road to KInbuck. You will see the mill village of Ashfield over the river, which you can visit on your return. At the T junction you can choose to turn right over the river into Kinbuck and back. Though if you want refreshments you can turn left for half a mile to Cromlix, Andy Murrays luxury hotel, for lunch, tea and scones or afternoon tea.
From Kinbuck you ride past Old Glassingall, home of T.S Smith whose own background was the inspiration for David Balfour in Robert Louis Stevensons "Kidnapped". You can then turn right to visit Ashfield which was built as a model industrial village for Pullars mill workers in 1865. Once over the A9 you pass the Queen Victoria school, and turn right at the roundabout into Barbush estate and across the stream into the old cottages of Ramoyle and down to the cathedral.


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