From a sheltered position on the fringe of the Highlands, Alyth nestles snugly above Strathmore, Scotland's most fertile valley, midway between Perth, Dundee, Pitlochry and Kirrimuir. Guarded by the ruined arches of its ancient church and famed for it's magical Den the town provides a starting point for touring the many beauty spots of Perthshire, Angus and the Grampian Highlands.
We have twelve tastefully decorated en-suite rooms situated over two floors, all with tea and coffee making facilities and television.
In years gone by the Alyth Hotel was formely a coaching Inn incorporating the town's principle coffee house. We are on the edge of the town square with ample parking, the Alyth Burn flows just across the road and through the grassed park with childrens play area & perfect for walking your dog.
Our restaurant offers our guests a genuine taste of Scotland, using the very best of local produce. All our meals are freshly prepared on the premises and our friendly caring staff will only be too pleased to look after you so you can relax and enjoy the occasion. We also have a fine wine cellar from which you can select the right wine to complement your meal.
After your meal you can relax in the lounge bar and chat to some of the locals or you might like to round off your evening with a liqueur or even sample one or two drams from our extensive range of malt whiskys.
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Low season, nov - march
Single B&B £50
Double/Twin B&B £75
Triple B&B £95
Family room from £95
Single B&B £50
Double/Twin B&B £80
Triple B&B £105
Family room from £135
All rooms with tea & coffee making equipment and television.
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With many of the world's classic golf courses virtually on our doorstep there's one to suit all golfers.
Around 70 superb Golf Courses within reasonable travelling distance, from the bleak and blustery links courses on the rugged East Coast, to the rolling parkland courses of the Perthshire Vales, to the stunningly picturesque courses in the hills at the gateway to the highlands. This diversity of selection coupled with real value for money, has, over the years, contributed to Scotland's undisputed reputation as the "Home of Golf".
There is also an exciting development of new courses in our own town. We now have the long established and very popular Alyth Golf Course, The Strathmore Golf Centre, which boasts a 9 hole course, an 18 hole course, a driving range and reasonably priced tuition. The newest course, The Glenisla Golf Course is only 1 mile from the hotel and provides an exciting challenge for the enthusiast.
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There are a number of walks in and around Alyth that take you past points of interest or uphill to our local viewpoint. Perthshire Tourist Board publishes a series of free leaflets with details of these and other walks.
The Cateran Trail is a fully waymarked route for walkers in the Perthshire and Angus Glens. Alyth lies on the Trail and the hotel makes an ideal base for enjoying this famed walk.
"Auld Alyth" takes you past some of the town's prominent and historical points. The Market Square, 15th century Pack Bridge and the "Auld Arches" - the site of a thirteenth century church. The Den o' Alyth - a Site of Special Scientific Interest - was used as a hunting ground by Robert the Bruce!
"Alyth Hill" runs to 966 ft. above sea level. From the summit, you will experience spectacular views to Fife, Perth's Kinnoull Hill, across Perthshire to Ben Lawers and Schiehallion. The Grampians can be seen to the north and, in the foreground, look past Alyth town to the golf courses at Glenisla, Alyth and Strathmore.
Tayside is known as the region of rivers because it contains many magnificent examples, both large and small, tranquil and tumultuous and most of them with abundant stocks of fish.
The River Tay dominates the Perthshire countryside and is one of the principle salmon fishing systems in Europe. Over its 119 mile course it is fed by rivers such as the Ericht, Isla, Garry, Tilt, Tummel, Lyon, Earn and Almond.
The area is renowned for salmon and trout fishing, which are widely available and generally affordable.
We would happy to arrange a package to suit your requirements.
Although Alyth's winters are mild, we are close to the Highlands of Scotland and, in particular, Glenshee. Within half an hour of leaving the Alyth Hotel you will be in the heart of the largest ski area in Britain!
Skiing is mostly centred on the Cairnwell Pass. At 2199 ft., this carries the highest main road in the country. Downhill skiing, Telemark skiing and snowboarding are all well catered for at Glenshee. The slopes are suitable for all grades - ample nursery slopes for beginners, right up to the "Tiger" for those with a sense of adventure!
Visit www.ski-glenshee.co.uk for further info on Glenshee Ski Centre.
Not surprisingly, the Hotel is regarded as a second home to the many Country Sportsmen who stay with us year on year. We offer all-year round pigeon and rabbit shooting. Two secure gun lockers, and dogs are most welcome in your room especially if they've had a wash & brush up after work.
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Thanks for a very enjoyable long weekend. Tasty food at the right price, helpfull staff and I could take my dog into the room too. Already looking forward to next years trip to Scotland.
We stayed at the Alyth Hotel for three nights in december and would recommend it for anyone wanting a friendly welcoming atmosphere with good food and comfortable rooms.
Pleasant staff do make a difference to any holiday and we expect to stay at the hotel again next time we're in the area.
Nice Friendly Snug
Dreamy bedrooms with a bed you sink into for a good nights sleep
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