Alyth is a town in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, situated under the Hill of Alyth five miles northeast of Blairgowrie. In 2001 the town had a population of 2,963.
The settlement of New Alyth lies on the A926 road southwest of the main village.
Restaurants in Alyth
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Played Strathmore on saturday past with 15 of my colleagues from Arbroath Artisans, have to say course was in tremendous condition considering the deluge we had in the past week.Greens were in superb condition,true and fast.
A credit to the greenkeeping staff.Very impressed i will definitely return soon.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Last night, Friday, at the invitation of my sister-in-law and her partner, my wife and I found ourselves in The Alyth Golf Club building, wherein they were hosting an experimental 'Italian Night'... to boost footfall and revenue, I would imagine.
The event was slightly under-priced for its promise, thus became fully-if-not-over subscribed. Though tentively O.K., the aforesaid 'promise' was not really performed. The meal was, being kind, mediocre, though eminently edible ... and the service was unfortunately dismal, mainly as no one had thought of trying to stagger the arrival times of such a big number of hungry guests. The car park and building itself, it must be said, were ample and impressive. The people were friendly, apologetic, and, in fairness, doing their level best to rectify a badly planned occasion. Had it not been for the nice company, our first excursion into this place might have, but will not, put us off returning there.
Management, Must Do Better Next Time.
5 based on 12 reviews
We offer a wide range of woodland craft activities and training courses. Most course run at weekends but some also mid week during school holidays. See website for course calendar. Bespoke activities can be arranged for groups. Typical course cost is £50 per person per full day. Courses include greenwood working, wood carving, chainsaw use, compose crafts, woodland management & bushcraft.
Attended this on 14 February. Very good fun indeed, and an opportunity to use traditional tools such as a froe, adze, shavehorse and drawknife. Centre itself is in a lovely setting, and was particularly pretty on this bright, sunny day, with a covering of snow on the ground.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I visited Pitcrocknie Restaurant/Cafe for a full cooked breakfast. The breakfast consisted of black pudding, two sausages, bacon, beans, mushrooms and two fried eggs. It was hot and delicious and all served by a polite and friendly staff. I recommend the Pitcrocknie to all old and new customers.
5 based on 8 reviews
Alyth Cycles offers some great mountain bikes for hire - all pretty much brand new and can be delivered with the local area (East Perthshire & Angus) I was told. Beside the kit, Alyth Cycles has provided me with fantastic information regarding local tracks and...MoreThanks for the review, great to see you!
4.5 based on 8 reviews
The collections on display at Alyth Museum are drawn from the rich social history of this rural community and showcase displays about industry, agriculture, cultural life and travelling folk. Alyth Museum is open May to September from Wednesday to Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm. Admission is FREE
Charming little museum with two rooms on two floors which chronicles the life of. The town and surrounding countryside. Everything you ever wanted to know about fruit picking.
The real piece de resistance is a collection of photos from an old photograper's shop, covering over a hundred years. Put aside more time than you normally would for a two room museum.
5 based on 2 reviews
Alyth Craft Tourism offers you the opportunity to craft with some of Scotland's finest makers and artisans based in the historic Perthshire Town of Alyth.
I took part in Jane Wilkinson's basketry course and stayed at St Louan's cottage. The accommodation itself was lovely, very homely and clean with everything you'd need for a nice comfortable stay. The course itself took place in a workshop just a few minutes' walk from the cottage. Delicious food was provided for lunch and we even got the chance to go coracling! I really enjoyed making my basket too. It was an intense experience for a first timer but Jane is an excellent teacher and really puts you at ease, meticulously explaining each stage so you end up feeling in control of what you're doing.
Overall, a great experience in a friendly, welcoming environment and I'd definitely recommend it!
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