Alyth 15 miles.
This lovely detached cottage is superbly located in Glen Isla, on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park.
With superb views all around and walking and cycling from the doorstep, this delightful cottage is ideal for a family or friends who wish to explore this stunning part of Scotland.
The well-equipped kitchen and dining room is enhanced by a warming woodburning stove, as is the cosy sitting room, so you will be spoilt for choice as to where to toast your toes on a chilly winter’s night.
There is a ground floor shower room and utility which is ideal for muddy boots and dogs.
The three comfortable bedrooms will accommodate six people in a king-size double and two twin rooms.
Outside, there is an enclosed lawned garden with picnic table and bench, offering open countryside views, there is nothing else around apart from gorgeous scenery.
The surrounding hills and mountains offer superb walking and cycling, as well as bank and boat fishing in nearby lochs.
Glenshee is nearby with excellent skiing and the beautiful village of Braemar and its famous Balmoral Castle is only a short drive through some breathtaking scenery.
Golfers are well served within the area with a course at the Alyth Golf Club and the Rosemount course at Blairgowie.
Whether it’s walking or cycling in the spectacular Cairngorms National Park or visiting the castles of Balmoral, Glamis and Blair Atholl, there really is something for everyone at this lovely Glen Isla cottage.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 2 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Blairgowrie 5 miles; Kirriemuir 11 miles.
Nestling in the hills of the Forest of Alyth and just south of the Cairngorms National Park, Alyth can trace its history back to the 12th century and perhaps even earlier given the remains of a vitrified fort on nearby Barry Hill. Local legend has it that King Arthur’s Queen Guinevere was a prisoner here of the Pictish King Mordred. Alyth developed throughout the 19th century both due to its textiles industry and the coming of the railway. Always a popular tourist destination due to its location and the founding of a golf course at the end of the 19th century with the original 9 hole course designed by Old Tom Morris from St Andrews and extended to 18 holes in 1934,with a further two clubs added in the area. The town today has an array of shops, bars and cafés. It is close to Blairgowrie, Kirriemuir and Dunkeld and the coast at Arbroath is easily reachable. Ideal for exploring the great outdoors, Alyth is ideal for walkers, cyclists, golfers and anglers as well as skiers.