Cairnleith Cottage was built in 1860, with the upper floor being added in 1920, and is situated in a quiet street backing onto the Alyth Burn. The cottage has been tastefully modernised, having full gas central heating, built-in oven and hob, an automatic washing machine and tumble drier, while retaining many original period features including an open fireplace and Gypsy stove. The upper floor has spacious double and twin rooms and a small single room plus a toilet and washroom. There is also a large bathroom downstairs with toilet, bath and electric shower. In addition, there is a fold-away bed settee in the lounge. At the front, the cottage is situated well back from the street and there is a large bright garden to the rear.
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The modern town of Alyth, overlooking Strathmore in Perthshire, nestles in the foothills of the Grampian Mountains, close to the Cairngorm National Park, and is centrally located in the very heart of Scotland. The town has a population of about 2300 and has grown up around the Alyth Burn or Queich, where mills previously…