Tigh Na Leigh

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Tigh Na Leigh, 22-24 Airlie Street
PH11 8AJ

Tigh Na Leigh, Alyth

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Tigh Na Leigh is a small guest house that is big on hospitality, great food and quality service. With only 5 luxurious bedrooms in the main house, we are able to give our guests every personal attention. Enjoy locally sourced or home grown produce, cooked with imagination, either at breakfast time or in the evening.

Relax by the log fire in the main lounge or grab a book a CD or a DVD and retreat to your room for a while. Soak away the aches of a days walking in your en suite spa bath.

A doctor's house in Victorian times, it has been extensively modernised to afford guests every comfort while retaining its original character. We offer vegetarian options to the 'Full Scottish' cooked breakfast, as well as fish and vegetarian choices on our evening menu. A small but nice selection of wines, beers and spirits and of course a wee dram compliments our menus.

We are in the middle of a golfing paradise with 60 courses including St Andrews, Carnoustie and Gleneagles in less than 1 hours drive. You can walk the Cataran Trail used by cattle rustlers in the Middle Ages, the challenging Angus Glens or try one of our many scenic local routes. Shooting, fishing and other more adventurous outdoor pursuits can be arranged within a short drive from our location.

Historic and Royal Scotland are day trips away, Glamis, Scone Palace, Balmoral or Falkland Palace are in a 35 mile radius. Tigh Na Leigh is easy to reach from the major airports of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, the Ferry from continental Zeebrugge to Rosyth by Edinburgh, as well as by rail to Dundee and Perth - Come and stay with us for a day, a weekend, or longer and enjoy our hospitality and the best Scotland has to offer. All our rooms are equipped with LCD TV & DVD Player, free WiFi, Hospitality tray, etc.

and have en-suite Spa bathrooms. Additionally you find a reading room with fast internet access, maps & brochures to plan your day and a drying room – in case you happen to be here on a dreich day.

 5 star rating

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