Welcome to Alyth and to Vanora’s Cottages. Tucked away in the centre of the pretty Perthshire town of Alyth, our comfortable cottages are perfectly situated for your self-catering holiday. Close to the Cairngorms and many of the beautiful places in Central and Eastern Scotland, they are the ideal base for exploring the glens, mountains and lochs at any time of year.

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  • Cycling and Mountain Biking

    Alyth is rapidly building its reputation as a great place from which to enjoy cycling and mountain biking. It has its very own mountain bike park and lots of local natural trails, including the Cateran Trail, some sections of which are accessible by bike. (more…)

  • History, Heritage and Archaeology

    2017 is Scotland’s year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, a year-long celebration of our country’s unique history and heritage. Vanora’s cottages are ideally located for accessing some of the best experiences on offer . (more…)

  • Walking around Alyth and East Perthshire

    One of the great things about staying at Vanora’s Cottages is the range of local walks, including straight from your door, making it the ideal base for your Scottish walking holiday. (more…)

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  • Winter 2018 in Cateran Country!

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    We are offering extra value for money to your visit to Eastern Perthshire in January & February 2018,  3 nights for the price of 2! (more…)

  • Learn to Weave Willow with Alyth Craft Tourism

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    We’re taking bookings for our 2017 Alyth Craft Tourism courses with leading willow artisan, Alyth based Jane Wilkinson. (more…)

  • 10 Reasons to Holiday in Alyth

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    On foot, by bicycle or by car, Alyth and its environs offers breathtaking scenery, landmark buildings and a storied history. (more…)