Market Square, 6-8 Commercial Street (Alyth) PH11 8AF
Originally built as a coaching inn in 1772, the hotel sits in the market square of the picturesque Highland village of Alyth, just north of Blairgowrie.
Just above Strathmore, Scotland's most fertile glen, the hotel is an ideal centre from which to tour the beauty spots of Perthshire, Angus and the Grampian Highlands. The attractive and peaceful location makes the hotel great as a relaxing base for an activity holiday or for a relaxing or romantic break.
The hotel was once Alyth's principal coffee house. Today, the hotel has been sensitively refurbished and still retains many attractive original features, as well as a pleasant traditional feel. The James Sandy Restaurant offers a true taste of Scotland, by using the very best of local produce. All 12 en suite rooms have been fully refurbished and most are extremely spacious, with bathrooms added where these did not exist.
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Address: Market Square, 6-8 Commercial Street, Alyth PH11 8AF (Map)
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What people say
helpful and friendly staff excellent breakfast included in room price, good bar and resturant within the premises especially being situated ina very small village. The friendliness of the staff. The meals were excellent - tasty and served hot.Staff were particularly pleasant - great service Food was excellent too. Situation and surrounding countryside. The lighting in the room was very poor, however the owner approached us to say she had just taken over the hotel and that was high on her to do list. all reviews »
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Amenities at Alyth Hotel
Packed Lunches, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Internet Services, Fax/Photocopying, Business Centre
Terrace, Ski Storage, Restaurant, Pets Allowed, Parking , Non-Smoking Rooms, Luggage Storage, Heating, Free Parking, Family Rooms, Bar
Golf Course (within 3 km), Darts, Billiards
Food & Drink
The James Sandy Restaurant (named after the original owner) offers a true taste of Scotland and uses only the finest and freshest local produce to create a menu of authentic local and national specialities. The Falconer's Lounge Bar offers a good range of beers, spirits and wines, as well as a selection of over 30 malt and single malt whiskies.
The public bar is accessible via the entrance next door to the hotel, and offers guests the chance to mix with local people, and to play a game of darts, pool, or enjoy sporting events on the high-definition TV with Sky satellite channels.
Hotel information details
Popular local activities include walking, fishing, shooting, skiing and golf. There are 3 golf courses within 2 miles (3.2 km) of the hotel and more than 50 courses within an hour's drive. The hotel is an ideal base for golfing groups and the 2 small meeting rooms also make the hotel a good venue for small team-building and brainstorming meetings. The range of activities available in the local area adds spice by creating both a passive and active competitive edge to meetings. As well as golf, other activities available in the local area include horse riding, shooting (driven and clay pigeon shooting), deer stalking, archery, all-terrain vehicles and even skiing in the winter season. The hotel is available for exclusive use for such meetings and for social occasions.
Alyth also sits on the waymarked Cateran Trail and many walkers visit Alyth as part of their journey through Perthshire and the Angus Glens.
Important information to guests
Please note that the hotel does not accept American Express or Diners Club credit cards. All other major cards are accepted.
Information about the area
Alyth is just 6 miles (10 km) from Blairgowrie and 25 miles (40 km) north-east of Perth. The village is a great base for activity breaks and for touring the beauty spots of rural Perthshire, Angus and the Grampian Highlands. Alyth and the surrounding countryside is golfing country, with 2 courses in the village itself and more than 30 vastly differing courses within a 30-minute drive. Alyth Hotel can arrange accommodation and can also help organise tee-off times.
The area also offers excellent brown trout, salmon and sea trout fishing, as well as deer stalking and shooting (birds, game and clay pigeon). Horse riding and pony trekking are also available in the area surrounding the hotel. Alyth is on the waymarked Cateran Trail, which winds through Perthshire into the Glens of Angus and which is very popular with walkers.
The slopes of Glenshee are 30 minutes’ drive from the hotel and offer excellent skiing in the winter.
The region is also rich in history and historic monuments and buildings. Guests of the hotel can visit tourist attractions such as Scone Palace, Glamis Castle, or even Balmoral. Blairgowrie is only 5 miles (8 km) away, and several notable gardens in the area are open to visitors from April to October.
Local activities available in the surrounding region also include archery and a variety of all-terrain vehicle riding.
Room information details
There are no single rooms at the Alyth Hotel and single guests are automatically upgraded to twin or double rooms and charged at the single rate.
The room offers a range of accommodation, including double/twin rooms, triple rooms and family rooms, which can comfortably accommodate up to 5 adults.
All of the rooms are comfortable and well equipped, with all the modern comforts and facilities you need in a restful, relaxing base.
Alyth Hotel is within 30 minutes’ drive of both Perth and Dundee Airports. The hotel is also easily accessible from the larger airports of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness.
Good rail links exist between Alyth and both Perth and Dundee. Perth and Dundee are both approximately 45 minutes’ drive from the hotel.
By Car (from Edinburgh):
- Take the M90 motorway north, across the Forth Road Bridge.
- This road briefly becomes the A90, continue on this road and then follow the M90 to the outskirts of Perth.
- Take the A94 to Coupar Angus.
- Then take the A923 to Blairgowrie and then the A926 to Alyth.
By Car (from Glasgow):
- Take the M80 motorway towards Sterling.
- This road becomes the A80.
- Then take the M9 motorway (which becomes the A9) past Sterling and up to the outskirts of Perth, then follow the route described above.
By Car (from Dundee)
- Take the A923 through Coupar Angus to Blairgowrie, and then follow the route described above.
By Car (from Aberdeen):
- Take the A90 south, towards Perth.
- Then take the A923 directly to Alyth.
Alyth Hotel Policies
12:00 - 23:00
11:00 - 12:00
Accepted CreditCards at Hotel
The hotel reserves the right to preauthorise credit cards prior to arrival.
Visa, MasterCard, JCB, Maestro, Solo
If cancelled up to 1 day before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.
Children and Extra Bed Policy
All children are welcome.
All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
All older children or adults stay free of charge for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 3.
Maximum capacity of babycots in a room is 2.
No deposit will be charged.
VAT and city/tourist taxes
VAT is included.
Service charge is included.
City/tourist tax is included.
Internet via modem is available in the business centre and is free of charge.
Breakfast is included in the room rate.
Free Public parking is possible at a location nearby.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Attention to detail was superb, it felt more like a home then a guest house/hotel and like a home it felt like it had more pride ..."