4.9★ Sykes rating 6 Guests 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Off road parking Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Dishwasher Games Room Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews lovely (12) garden (9) owners (9) walks (8) great (7) location (7) 17 Customer Reviews "We stayed for a week near the end of November." 4 adults, 2 dogs. The cottage was absolutely lovely, it's the perfect location just outside the Cairngorms for exploring and plenty of walks right outside the cottage. The owners were super pleasant too. It felt like a home away from home. Well sized cottage and garden. We'd happily come back! Reviewed by Gemma5.0★Nov 2023 "Really enjoyed our stay at Hazel Lodge." Great cottage in a great location, a good base to explore the surrounding area. Our kids loved the games barn too, a nice touch. Perfect to keep them entertained before heading out for the day or in the evening. Would definitely return to Hazel Lodge again. Reviewed by Mark5.0★Oct 2023 "We had a lovely 7 night stay, wonderful walks straight from Hazel Lodge, I would recommend fly spray for yourself and a tick collar for your four legged friend whilst out walking." Hazel Lodge is very comfortable with everything you could need, plenty of space inside to retreat to, the views outside are incredible and the wildlife is awesome, we saw so much including an owl! The lads really made use of the play barn which has so much in there to do. The owners are lovely and we would definitely come back. Reviewed by Tracey5.0★Jul 2023 "Lovely clean place to stay." Fully equipped with the games barn a nice touch. Owners very helpful. Full instructions and directions giving in advance. Enjoyable stay. Reviewed by Ian5.0★Mar 2023 "Perfect location for us and the dogs." Large back garden for them to run around. Accommodation extremely comfortable and had everthing you could possibly need. Clean with lots of thoughtful touches. Very warm and spacious house in a beautiful peaceful location. Owners close by if you need them. Thank you again, we had a wonderful time. Reviewed by Kathryn5.0★Feb 2023 "A lovely family who were totally unimposing but at the same time most helpful." I would recommend this place to anyone. They deserve more than 5 stars!!! Such a delightful setting too. Plentiful local walks and such wonderful scenery and wildlife too. I couldn't fault the place. Reviewed by Kenny5.0★Jan 2023 "We spent new year in Hazel Lodge as three couples and it was great for our purposes." There are three room, two doubles and one single, all of reasonable size. The living room and kitchen area are also a good size, the latter of which opens up to an outside seating area and garden. Diane was great to deal with, punctual and informative, and even went above and beyond with a couple of our group’s odd requests. She was great at providing directions and keeping in touch prior to our stay. The location was exactly what we were looking for being remote and near some lovely walks, while being a short drive to the amenities of Blairgowrie. The price we paid was great value compared to other houses we have rented. Some points to note: 1. The crockery was stacked with dirty plates below clean ones, meaning some clean plates required re-cleaning when we arrived. We re-cleaned them all out of caution. 2. Be aware to bring own supplies as the house is not well stocked. We had to buy our own toilet roll, kitchen roll and dishwasher tablets, and had to bring our own towels. The listing asks guests to bring their own bed linen but we were very grateful Diane relented on this. 3. The games room is on a rota with the nearby house and is very cold in the winter. It requires a short walk to from the property, but is well kitted out. 4. There are only enough plates, glasses etc. for six people, so the dishwasher will need to be used after each meal, especially the high ball glasses. Thank you so much Niall for taking the time to leave such helpful feedback, it is much appreciated. Apologies you found some crockery needed cleaned, we will address this with our housekeeping staff directly. Regards linen during the covid housekeeping protocol we were requesting guests bring linen but thankfully we are now back to our usual policy of supplying all bedlinen . We supply enough toilet rolls, firelighters , fairy liquid and dishwasher tablets for a couple of days guests usually top up if required. Thank you for being lovely guests, we were happy to help with the treasure hunt! Alastair and Diane Property Owner Reviewed by Niall3.8★Dec 2022 "Beautiful lodge in a fantastic location." Ideal for dog owners as the garden is secure but has plenty of walks nearby. Reekie Linn falls are 5 mins away (in car) we enjoyed the views. Must say it’s not for the faint hearted as the path is on the edge of the STEEP gorge. Reviewed by James5.0★Jul 2022 "Really lovely, warm, spacious and comfortable house." Games room a great bonus!. Owners very helpful and attentive without being at all intrusive. Beautiful area, numerous pleasant walks from the front door with lots of wildlife. Would certainly recommend Hazel Lodge as a base to explore the surrounding area, or just relax in the sunny enclosed garden. Reviewed by Barbara5.0★May 2022 "The cottage was fabulous, very clean, well equipped and in a lovely countryside location." Lots of walks in the area. The games barn was an extra bonus. Diane and Alistair went above and beyond to ensure we had a great holiday. We wouldn’t hesitate to book this cottage again. Reviewed by Una5.0★Jul 2021 "If you want a relaxing holiday in great surroundings with a well appointed cottage I can’t recommend this enough." Reviewed by Russell5.0★May 2021 "This is a lovely Holiday Cottage, clean, warm and well presented, a large and well fenced grassed garden." CoronaVirus was a bit of a damper, having to take and fit all bedding covers, and not having any books, or literature about local amenities. Our favourite days out were a visit to the beach, combined with shopping and sightseeing in St Andrews Reviewed by Brian5.0★Sep 2020 "Had a really lovely time with the family." Reviewed by Chris5.0★Jul 2020 "Ideal for a family gathering of all ages and physical abilities from babies to seniors." Games barn was great fun and having the enclosed garden made it safe for our dog too. Owners were very friendly and welcoming. Lovely walks from just outside the front door. Peaceful and relaxing. Highly recommended. Reviewed by Heather5.0★Jun 2019 "The cottage was more disabled friendly than we had expected from the description which was lovely." It is very well equipped and the friendly owners were most helpful. The garden is a genuinely escape proof garden (for dogs that is!) Reviewed by J4.7★Apr 2019 "A lovely warm welcome from the owners and the house had everything we could have asked for." Tastefully decorated and to a high standard. This is a true home from home with stunning views, a great base to explore the Cateran Trial or simply enjoy the views from the lovely garden. Reviewed by Kerry5.0★Mar 2019 "Property had everything that we could want or need." Location was excellent. Reviewed by Al5.0★Nov 2018 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Summary Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground floor Kingsize, 1 x twin Bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor shower room with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Utility Sitting room with woodburning stove External shared games room with 16ft trampoline with safety net. Oil central heating, woodburning stove Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs Fuel, power and starter pack inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Highchair, stairgate and cot available on request Off-road parking for 2 cars Lawn and patio with furniture and BBQ 2 well-behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 5.5 miles The owner of Hazel Lodge has made us aware the new check in time will be 5pm for the foreseeable future,this is to create more time in between bookings to clean and sanitize the property The owner has also requested that guests bring their own bed linen and towels (duvets, mattress and pillow protectors will be provided) the owner feels this is the safest route to take given the current situation.If there is any issues surrounding this request please contact us The Games room will be available to guests who have booked weekly bookings on a rota basis due to being shared with Holly House Please Note: As from January 2023, linen will be provided, guests will need to bring their own towels Please note: There is now an EV charging point at this property-please notify owner if this is needed. The property Hazel Lodge, a comforting detached cottage, rests amidst the countryside of Perth and Kinross, close to the lovely town of Alyth. Providing welcoming accommodation and with much to see and do close by, groups of friends, families and couples can come together and enjoy this delightful getaway. Feel instantly refreshed upon arrival as you enter a bright and fresh kitchen/diner, boasting crisp white units, a selection of fixtures and fittings and a dining table set for six. Adjacent to this is an attractive wet-wall shower room with a seat in the walk-in shower, along with a wonderful double bedroom on the ground floor, the property is suitable for those with limited mobility. Put your feet up deservedly in the homely sitting room, it boasts an enticing woodburning stove along with a TV and a selection of books, games and DVDs to keep the whole group busy when you're not out exploring the area. The first floor of Hazel Lodge provides a twin and a double bedroom, both are decorated immaculately and shared access to a stunning bathroom with the option of a shower over the bath. The property benefits from a wonderful outdoor area; your dogs can run and play on the lawn whilst you sit down to enjoy a tasty alfresco meal on the patio while admiring the fine scenery on offer. The well-stocked town of Alyth is a short drive away, offering all that you need including superb access to the area's finest attractions. Guests of all tastes are catered for here; countryside lovers can explore the Cairngorms National Park, while the remarkable city of Dundee is also within reach for a day of exploring the first-class amenities and opportunities. Use Hazel Lodge as the welcoming base for a countryside break with your loved ones. Note: Property can be booked with Ref. 943845, together they can sleep 15 people. EPC Rating: Band B EPC Rating: Band B Short-term Holiday Let Licence No: AN-01020-F Wester Derry Farmhouses Two houses situated on the owner's 60-acre farm at Wester Derry, at the foot of the beautiful Cairngorms National Park, close to the Perth and Kinross town of Alyth. Boasting a gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme and with superb family-friendly facilities, bring your family and friends together for a fun-packed break in this idyllic area of rural Scotland. Along with comfortable accommodation which is accessible for those with limited mobility, the Wester Derry Farmhouses sit adjacent to a wonderful games barn, offering table tennis, pool table, table football, dart board and much more. Alternatively, just sit and watch the wealth of wildlife roaming the grounds. The nearby Wester Derry Hill offers a nursery ski slope (weather permitting), while there is also a golf course close by. The houses are just a half hour drive from Glenshee slopes for skiing and snowsports in the Winter, and mountain biking in the Summer. Gather a group of you together to fully experience the tremendous countryside in the heart of Scotland. View on map About the location ALYTH 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. The owner of Hazel Lodge has made us aware the new check in time will be 5pm for the foreseeable future,this is to create more time in between bookings to clean and sanitize the property. The owner has also requested that guests bring their own bed linen and towels (duvets, mattress and pillow protectors will be provided) the owner feels this is the safest route to take given the current situation.If there is any issues surrounding this request please contact us.The Games room will be available to guests on a rota basis due to being shared with Holly HousePlease Note: As from January 2023, linen will be provided, guests will need to bring their own towels.Please note: There is now an EV charging point at this property-please notify owner if this is needed.