bed and breakfast Scotland accommodation
Alyth, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Tayside,
Heart of Scotland
In Alyth in 1200AD and again ten years later, King William the Lion, King of Scotland
signed charters relating to Arbroath Abbey which he build in 1178AD.
On August 1326 in the Den O' Alyth, part of the ancient Forest of Alyth,
King Robert the Bruce reputedly hunted stag prior to the signing of charters
relating to the Abbeys of Arbroath and Scone.
It can be reasonably assumed that Alyth is now approximately
one thousand years old.
Visit the Alyth Museum, for an insight into typical farming life in the
Strathmore Valley over the years.
There are farm implements and old photographs along
with many artefacts from the area.
Alyth is surrounded by historic castles, gardens, picturesque glens, waterfalls,
streams and famous Scottish fishing rivers. The collection of Pictish Stones at the
museum in Meigle is three miles south.
Along with four golf courses and driving range, there are also highly acclaimed restaurants,
making this an ideal holiday destination.
Perthshire in Tayside, borders The Angus Glens with Glamis Castle on the doorstep.
Edinburgh Rosyth ferry port is under one hours' drive and all major centres are within easy reach.
Taymouth Castle holiday homes forty five minutes drive.
For golf courses, therapy and excellent bed and breakfast accommodation,
make Alyth your holiday destination.
Blairgowrie accommodation, bed breakfast Scotland, golf hotel,
|Bed and Breakfast / self catering holiday homes|
Hotel and Restaurant
|Bamff Castle The Old Brewhouse||Self catering|
|Muirhouses||Farmhouse bed breakfast|
|Five Roads Alyth||Award winning holiday caravan park|
|Self catering holiday homes|
|Angus-glens||self catering holiday homes|
|Margot G Smith||Golf Professional Glenisla|
|Strathmore||Golf Course and Driving Range|
Alyth, Blairgowrie - Restaurant
farmhouse bed breakfast
self catering bed and breakfast