Our Restaurant with Rooms is located at the foot of Glenisla but still convenient to the small towns of Kirriemuir (10 minutes) and Blairgowrie (20 minutes) Lochside Lodge is ideally situated for a number of great scottish sporting activities. Lintrathen is also close to the entrance for the Cairngorms National Park which is over the top of Glenisla, about 20 minutes away.
Walking - Walking in Glen Isla, Clova or Prosen is a very special experience and offer different walks for the inexperienced to the more serious walker whilst close by is the chance to climb a Munroe or two as well. Guided walks can also be arranged and picnic lunches available. Maps and guide books all available for information before you start.
Golfing - Alyth, Kirriemuir & Glenisla are all accessible within 10 minutes drive as well as Rosemount at Blairgowrie whilst Carnoustie is only 45 minutes away. There is a full range of golf available in either links courses or parkland courses within 45 minutes. Tee times can be arranged in advance as well as multi course packages.
Shooting - One of the finest areas for field sports offering challenge and a great day out with an excellent range of shooting available all year round within easy reach of the hotel - rough, game birds such as grouse, partridge or pheasant and stalking with some of the most picturesque scenery and moors
Fishing - available on Lintrathen Loch ( Easter - end of September) as well as Rivers South Esk,Tay & Ericht all being close by to the hotel.
Cycling - Numerous routes from road cycling to mountain biking are easy to access from beginners to the more advanced
Skiing - at Glenshee - a 45 minute drive - great range of ski slopes for both young and old. Ski hire available locally.
Horse Riding - available for both the learner and more experienced rider through the beautiful Angus hills and woods.
There are also many other attractions in the area - Local Castles include Glamis, Balmoral, Blair Castle and Scone Palace. There are several gardens to visit locally particularly Pitmuies,near Arbroath and Edzell Castle & Gardens.
The home of J M Barrie "Peter Pan" can be found in Kirriemuir and is maintained by the National Trust for Scotland.
For a fine and different shopping experience, visit The House of Bruar, just north of Pitlochry. This out of town site offers great quality country clothing, fine knitwear, kitchen gift shop and delicatessan in charming surrondings backing on to the Bruar falls.
After a day on the hills or touring the area, the evening can be finished with a fine single malt from our ever increasing collection.