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Old Stables B&B
Losset Road
Alyth

Blairgowrie
Perthshire

PH11 8BT | View map

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STB Four Star - Glenturret, Award Winning 'Best Bed and Breakfast & Warmest Welcome in Perthshire.' Member of Scotland's Best B&Bs.Set in its own private gardens, Old Stables has three golf courses and floodlit driving range within one mile. Over sixty golf courses within one hours drive.Local golf courses include Rosemount, Alyth, Strathmore, Glenisla.Twenty minutes drive to Kirriemuir, Downfield & Forfar and around 45 minutes to Edzell, Carnoustie & St. Andrews, a little more to Montose, Pitlochry and Taymouth Castle. Clay pigeon shooting and quad biking, fishing by boat or bank all within 30 minutes. Fifteen miles from Dundee, twenty-two from Perth at the foot of the Angus Glens. Walk the Cateran trail, a five night serviced walk commencing in Alyth. Close to tennis courts, bowling green, hairdressers, pubs and shops. Perth, Pitlochry and Dundee theatre are within easy reach.Bicycle hire, beauty salon, four miles away in Blairgowrie. Near to RSPB Loch of the Lowes, Glamis Castle, Scone Palace, Blair Castle, Glenshee and Royal Deeside.Dine in local golf clubs, pubs and excellent hotel restaurants where we will be happy to make table reservations on your behalf. Adjacent fully furnished self catering apartments. No Smoking policy has been adopted. Some rooms open to the garden. WIFI. email facilities. Ample private parking.

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