Bridge of Earn
Perth & Kinross
The Last Cast is located in the picturesque Bridge of Earn it has easy access to the M90 motorway and sits 4 miles to the south of the city of Perth. Our accommodation consists of six en-suite bedrooms which are clean comfortable and spacious.
We are a small family run hotel which offers a warm friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Sharon and Keith took over the establishment in March 2008 and since then have undertaken a refurbishment of the 6 en-suite bedrooms bar and lounge areas. The pub offers a comfortable lounge area for relaxing and the main bar is a traditional village locals? bar (come along and join in the banter!) with open fire for cosy nights to be enjoyed over the winter period.
The bar area has two wide screen TVs with Sky Sports available and a very up to date digital juke box with every musical taste catered for. Both areas offer a wide selection of beers spirits malt whisky wines and soft drinks. Guests can choose either Room Only or Bed & Breakfast.
The Last Cast is located in the picturesque Bridge of Earn it has easy access to the M90 motorway and sits 4 miles to the south of the city of Perth. Bridge of Earn village sits 4 miles to the south of the city of Perth and is an excellent location for visitors to the area to access several good golf courses for those keen on the sport. There are too many courses to mention but King James VI 18 hole course on an island in the River Tay is only 5 miles away with 27 holes over moorland and parkland.
10 miles away is the legendary Gleneagles with 4 courses and St Andrews ? the home of golf ? is only 25 miles from here. Kinross Auchterarder Drumoig Carnoustie Blairgowrie Milnathort and Dunning are also nearby. None of the aforementioned golf courses are more than 30 miles away.
Fishermen have an abundant choice for rod and reel. The Tay the Tummel Lyon Garry Ericht Dochart and of course the Earn all boast famous beats providing excellent trout and salmon fishing. There are also a good number of fisheries in and around the area.
There are a number of shooting estates in the area but shoots for deer grouse and partridge need to be pre-arranged. Clay pigeon shooting is also available in the area.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Bridge of Earn area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Branklyn Garden - 2.7 miles (Garden)
Elcho Castle - 2.9 miles (Castle)
St John's Kirk, Perth - 3.2 miles (Historic Church)
JD Fergusson Gallery - 3.4 miles (Museum)
Kinnoull Hill Tower - 3.4 miles (Garden)
Perth Museum and Art Gallery - 3.4 miles (Museum)
Black Watch Regimental Museum - 3.8 miles (Museum)
Museum of Abernethy - 3.9 miles (Museum)
Abernethy Round Tower - 4.1 miles (Historic Building)
Balvaird Castle - 4.9 miles (Castle)
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