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We share a postcode with two other houses so use satnav to find us and follow these directions to make sure that you get the right house.


The entrance for Craigellie is opposite the Tullyfergus and St Fink junction and there is a white gate at the road end. Come through the gate and follow the drive up to the main house.

Craigellie House




PH11 8LA

+44 (0) 1828 633 381



What can I do in the area?

There is lots to see and do around Craigellie; it is in a beautiful part of Perthshire and well situated to enjoy much of what Scotland has to offer. To the north you can explore the remote Angus Glens, penetrating into the breathtaking Cairngorms National Park. To the east you have the city of Dundee with its regenerated waterfront; the historic, university town of St Andrews and the east coast beaches. To the south the fair city of Perth on the River Tay, Fife with its picturesque coastal villages, Stirling and Edinburgh; and to the west the popular tourist towns of Aberfeldy, Pitlochry and Dunkeld, on the A9 leading to Blair Atholl and the House of Bruar.  For more ideas click here.

What time is check in/check out?

For self-catering guests check in time is from 16.00 and check out is by 10.00.

For B&B guests check in time is from 16.00 - 18.00 and check out is by 11.00.  Late arrivals/departures, are accommodated where possible by prior arrangement.

Can I bring my dog with me?

We accept one well-behaved dog in the self catering. 

In the B&B regrettably we are unable to accept pets into the house.

What shops are nearby?

Alyth (1 mile) has a Co-op, butcher and a couple of other grocery stores.  Blairgowrie (5 miles) has a Tesco, small Sainsbury's, 2 fishmongers and various other shops.

Where can I eat out?

Closest is the Lands of Loyal hotel in Alyth for fine dining; in Blairgowrie there is a good selection to meet all tastes including Little's Fish Restaurant, the Dalmore Inn, Cargills Restaurant & Bistro and The Sampan Indian Restaurant. Slightly further afield, but worth the extra few miles, is the Meikleour Arms.  There are also a number of cafes and pubs.

For B&B guests, what time is breakfast served?

We serve breakfast at a time of your choosing from 07.30 (or earlier if you have to get up and out) to 10.30am.

Do you provide evening meals?

There are plenty places locally to eat out, but we can by prior arrangement (and for an additional charge) provide an evening meal for B&B guests who are walkers or cyclists.

Do you cater for vegetarians and special diets?

Of course! Liz trained as a Nutritional Therapist so understands special diets quite well. Advance warning is always helpful.

Do you have car parking facilities?

There is ample private, off road parking.

Do you have an electric car charging point?

Coming soon!  We can offer charging from a 3-pin plug with your own lead (for an additional cost). There is also a free car charger in Alyth town centre.

Do you have wifi?

Yes, throughout the house (not fibre broadband yet, but perfectly adequate for emailing, Netflix, etc).

Are there TVs in the bedrooms?

We don't have TVs in bedrooms but there are TVs in private spaces.

In the self catering there is a smart TV in the sitting room and a freeview TV in the snug (where the sofa bed is located). 

Our B&B guests have exclusive use of the Billiards Room where there is a smart TV.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept cash and most credit /debit cards (no charge).
We do not accept cheques or Diners Cards. 

Please see Terms & Conditions.

Can I arrange a gift voucher?

Yes, please contact us for more details.

Are there any spas nearby?

There are a number of establishments offering spa facilities within a 1 hour radius. Have a look at Fonab Castle or Atholl Palace, both in the Pitlochry area, or Dunkeld House Hotel which is a little closer. Dundee's Apex City Quay Hotel has a spa, or a little further afield you might like to try the Gleneagles Hotel; Knock Castle in Crieff or the Kohler Waters Spa at the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews.  Plenty to choose from.

Can I smoke indoors?

We ask that you respect that Craigellie is a no-smoking property.

Do you accept children/babies?

Children and babies are welcome at Craigellie but please note that there are no stair gates in place. There is a rope swing in the garden and play park in the Den of Alyth with a flying fox and pirate ship. Our young visitors tend to love being in the great outdoors with lots of den-making and paddling opportunities.

Can you arrange a babysitter?

Please contact us directly if you are looking for a babysitter.

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