Lovely open views
Situated in beautiful Perthshire countryside on the outskirts of the friendly little village of Alyth, this charming little renovated single storey former smiddy, attached to the owner’s home, makes a cosy retreat for the holidaymaker.
Alyth, split by the Alyth Burn which rises above the Den of Alyth, is home to a folk museum and is ideally situated for walking the Angus Glens. Golf is a major feature in this area, with four courses in the vicinity.
This region epitomises all that is best about Scotland, with glens, lochs, castles and welcoming hospitality.
Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant 200 yards.
All on ground floor: Living room with French doors, double futon bed and laminate floor/dining room/kitchen. 1 twin bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet.
Gas CH, elec, bed linen and towels inc. T/cot, H/chair. Video. DVD and small library. Stereo/CD. Elec hob. Combi m/wave/oven. Shared enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Parking (1 car).
Customer Reviews of Laurelbank, nr Blairgowrie, sleeps 2/4
1st comment: Property clean, well equipped with all you would require for your holiday. Lovely, peaceful setting. May 2011.
2nd comment: Very pleased with this little cottage, scrupulously clean and well stocked. Even had tea, coffee, milk, and orange juice oh and fresh flowers. Not much of a kitchen but adequate to cook breakfast. plenty of bedding and soft towels. Lovely. June 2011.
3rd comment: Ideal location to explore the highlands. One of the cleanest cottages I’ve stayed in. The owner has gone the extra mile to make the stay comfortable eg. shamppoo sachets in the shower, comp tea, coffee and milk (and orange juice), a few scented candles, a large vase of fresh flowers. Would definitely go back; three cheers to Heather (the owner). Aug 2010.
4th comment: The property was small but adequate warm and cosy ideal for a couple there was everything you needed. Lovely views of the country side however it would have been helpful if there was a map on how to get to the village - there was a back road which was much shorter than the main road. The owner kindly provided a carton of milk and orange juice on arrival which was very welcome after a 7 hour drive and also a bunch of fresh flowers. March 2010.
5th comment: We thought the fresh flowers left in the cottage were a lovely touch and made us feel really at home. The cottage was exceptionally clean and well stocked with extra blankets etc if required. On arrival there was milk, pure orange juice, tea-bags and coffee etc left in the kitchen which meant we could have a welcome cup of tea. We had a lovely holiday. Oct 2009.
6th comment: Very clean & modern although an old property. Well maintained. The only problem was the size of the bedroom. We had to keep our cases in the living area as there wasn’t enough storage space. Other than that we loved it! Sept 2009.
7th comment: Quiet, attractive area with a pleasant patio area. Eating facilities available in village in local pubs. 5 miles to nearest town of any size. Totally unsuitable for 4 people - very limited storage space and it would have been difficult to seat 4 people round the table. Aug 2009.
8th comment: The cottage was lovely and we had been left flowers, milk and orange juice. May 2009.
9th comment: Beside the excellent weather we had over there, the accommodation was absolutely fantastic! We got a warm welcome despite the very late our on our arrival. The rooms were nice, tidy with everything we need! For sure if I am going to have another holiday in Scotland I will choose this accommodation again. Oct 2008.