Bill and Eileen would like our English neighbours to know they are and always will be very welcome
here and in most of Scotland. We are proud to be Scottish and very happy to be British.

We have been welcoming guests from all over the World for over 30 years to
Old Stables, Alyth, Blairgowrie, Scotland, to their unique conversion of 19th century farm steading.

Expect personal service and the same STB Four Star facilities found in Scotland's quality hotels.
Twice since 1995 Old Stables b&b has been elected for Glenturret - Perthshire Tourism Awards.
'Best Bed and Breakfast and Warmest Welcome.'
S.T.B four star inspected Classified and Graded.
Ourselves, family and guests.

Presentation of certificate and gold medals
for over thirty year skiing in Obergurg
Ken & Margaret Timmis being presented with certificate in
recognition and thanks for over 26 years spent in Alyth.
Mike Purdie, chairman BEPTA, Bill and Eileen

Gunter Ingrid

Katja zimmerman
Ten years since Gunter and Ingrid first came to walk Scotland.
We've seen them every year since.
Katja - Zimmerman party.
Germany bikers love our Scottish routes.


Keith and Ann Rowe
No Her Majesty hasn't stayed here yet!
Her statue has for almost 30years.
Bill Murray, Alain and Rene - Old Stables, Alyth
Great place to stay for shooting and fishing in Scotland
Keith & Ann have kept us laughing for
eighteen years:-)
Beattie family returns
Prize winning Raspberry jam
Paul & Hazel Underwood
The Beattie party return for an annual visit.
Over 17 years and due back soon.
Lovely to see them. What a pleasure!
'Jampionships 2011'
Prize Winning Raspberry Jam.
Paul and Hazel Underwood
recognition of 20+ years. Lots of fun!
Beate-Holgerbenjamin and katrin


Eileen, Tracey, Fiona at
Perthshire Breakfast course February.
Benjamin, Katrin, Beate, Holger posing with Old Stables Polo shirts. Behind them the original 1850's stone wall of Old Stables.
Mr and Mrs George Wain - Here for
well over 25 years - great company!
Fabian Mr & Mrs V Johnson Johnson Aral
Rudolf & Fabian- son of Gunter and Ingrid Jean and Vaughan Johnson at one of our parties
Old Stables.
Never know what you'll see in Alyth!

Glamis Castle
Twins Vermont
Click for larger Alyth map
No visit is complete without a tour
around Glamis Castle.
Youngest twins to walk The Cateran Trail?
Alyth Map - click for larger version
Alfred from Vienna

Mrs Secaurs USA

Cousins from USA

Couldn't believe Albert brought his
bagpipes from Vienna!

Mrs Secaurs USA, possibly the oldest guest
we've had at Old Stables. She had fun!
Cousin family Germany
.Golfers from Shetlands
July 2012
Unmade bed
Regular golfers from Shetland Isles. Families Muldoon and Breach having a
great golf break. July 2012

Ever wondered what your bed
really looked like?

Triplet lambs
Littlejohn golf party

Even the lambs pose for photographs in Perthshire Regular golf groups include the Littlejohn party
at Old Stables golf net.!
Mark and Scott - top of Hinterglem
Great snow

Visitors from Pensilvania in the garage checking out Bills 'Toys'

Bill Hochgurl
Hochgurgl - beautiful Guys from Pensilvania, checking
out Bills workshop
Night skiing.
It's like a carpet in Hochgurgl

Scott 2009
Recording Walk Auld Alyth DVDE

mark 2009
Scott - ski race Obergurgl 2009 in blizzard

The Walk Auld Alyth Video being recorded.
Hear a section here

Mark - Obergurgl ski race 2009
in a blizzard.


Findlay family

Cateran Trail sign
It wasn't all skiing!

Findlay family home again from Florida

Cateran Trail.
This circular walk can start in Alyth
Guests from USA
Preparing for Glamis Extravaganza
Eileen at Cairnwell 10th Feb 09
Enjoying breakfast. Guests from USA Preparing for Glamis Extravaganza Annual Show Glorious weather at Cairnwell

Sking Marienberg Feb 07

Mr and Mrs Robert Burns

Bill Eileen - Hochgurgl
Looking forward to this since
the boys were small.
This may be their first visit but Robert & Rosemary Burns have found ancestors and relatives and will be back.
Bill and Eileen - Hochgurgl 2008
wonderful snow!
Since the April 09 stART Festival - Alyth now has its'
own Alyth Burn Monster
Boarders at Glas Maol February
Glorious conditions


Blog events and Golf Breaks from Alyth, Blairgowrie Perthshire
Please book these personally by email or 'phone

Strathmore golf offers

Close to Dundee, Perth, Dunkeld, Angus Glens. Forfar Kirriemuir

Let's say you're going home (alone of course) after an unusually hard day on the job.
You're really tired, upset and frustrated.
Suddenly you start experiencing severe pain in your chest that starts to drag out into your
arm and up in to your jaw. You are only about five km from the hospital nearest your home.
Unfortunately you don't know if you'll be able to make it that far.
You have been trained in CPR.
The person that taught the course did not tell you how to perform it on yourself

Since many people are alone when they suffer a heart attack without help the person
whose heart is beating improperly and who begins to feel fain
has only about 10 seconds left before losing consciousness.
These victims can help themselves by coughing repeatedly and very vigorously.
A deep breath should be taken before each cough. The cough must be deep and prolonged,
as when producing sputum from deep inside the chest.
A breath and a cough must be repeated about every two seconds without let-up until help arrives
or until the heart is felt to be beating normally again.
Deep breaths get oxygen into the lungs and coughing movements squeeze the heart and keep
the blood circulating. The squeezing pressure on the heart also helps it regain normal rhythm.
In this way heart attack victims can get to a hospital.

Old Stables video PH11 8BT
Play DVD of Alyth and district
Email - Eileen

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