Perthshire's towns and villages


With excellent access to the Angus Glens and its many Munros, Alyth is a very attractive little town.

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Famous for its golf courses, with excellent access to the Angus Glens and its many Munros, Alyth is a very attractive little town.
The deeply wooded Den of Alyth is just outside the town and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
It has walks through lovely woodlands suitable for all, including wheelchair users.


Walk to the Reekie Linn Waterfall 

One of the most impressive in Scotland, the River Isla drops 24 metres over two tiers at Reekie Linn, which in the right levels creates a large amount of spray, giving rise to it's strange name. 

Ride at Alyth Bike Park 

Alyth is blessed with this fantastic little trail centre with a flowing 600m blue trail, jump park as well as a pump track. 

Hike the Cateran Trail 

This is one of Scotland's great long-distance trails, a circular, fully waymarked 64 miles/ 103 km route. 

Event : The Cateran Yomp

One of Scotland's toughest endurance events, encompassing parts of the Cateran Trail, it helps raise money for Soldiers Charities and attracts walkers from across the globe.


The Barony Cafe is situated in a historical Alyth landmark. With a cycle shop and local tourist information, it's a real hub.

The Alyth Hotel has hearty pub fayre in a lovely, central location with an outdoor terrace next to the Alyth burn.


Alyth Hotel offers fine accommodation in the heart of the village.

Expect gorgeous gardens and a grand welcome at Lands of Loyal Hotel.

Five Roads Caravan Park is situated by a welcoming pub and has excellent road and cycle links to Alyth's adventure attractions and golf courses.


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