Auchteralyth is 3 miles north of the small market town of Alyth, in north-eastern Perthshire. It is easily accessible from Glasgow and Edinburgh airports. For motorists there are good motorway links as far as Perth. The relatively empty roads of north-east Scotland are a joy to drive on. Rosyth Ferry Terminal, where the Superfast Ferry from Zebrugge docks, is just an hour away by road.
Ideally situated on the edge of the Highlands, Auchteralyth has easy access to wonderful, varied countryside. To the immediate north and west are the stunning Angus Glens. To the east is the thriving port city of Dundee and the unspoilt sandy beaches of the east coast of Scotland.
Glamis Castle is approximately 10 miles away, close to the historic town of Kirriemuir, birth place of author J.M. Barrie, while Braemar Castle and Scone Palace are both within easy reach.
In and around Alyth itself there are three superb 18-hole courses: Alyth Golf Club, Strathmore Golf Centre and Glenisla Golf Course, which offer varied and challenging golf.
Directions from Perth
From Perth take the A93 to Blairgowrie.
Take the A926 towards Kirriemuir , bypassing Alyth itself and continue to the Five Roads Roundabout.
Take B954 sign posted Glenisla, past Alyth Golf Course on your right and then Glen Isla Golf Course on your left.
At the T-junction turn right on to the B954 Glen Isla road for half a mile
Turn right at the signpost to Airlie.
After approximately 1.5 miles turn left at the sign to The Steadings.
Continue up the hill and follow the signs for The Steadings.