Sustainable travel policy
We encourage people to travel sustainably whenever possible by using public transport, walking or cycling.
If you come to to stay in our accommodation at Bamff without a car we offer a 2.5% “green travel discount” in recognition.
If this is going to be the case please enter the promo code “Green Travel” when making your booking.

Regular buses from Dundee or Perth (the 20, 57 or 57a) can take passengers all the way to Alyth (three miles away), and we are often able to pick up our guests by car if the one hour walk to Bamff isn’t possible or preferable (please check for availability). Alternatively there is a taxi company based in Alyth (Alyth Taxis, tel: 01828 633333).

Otherwise on Google maps, we can be found by looking for ‘Bamff Ecotourism, Alyth’. Sometimes GPS has led people astray, so here are more precise directions:

From Edinburgh to Alyth

Take the M90 over the Forth Bridge signposted for Perth. Leave the M90 after the Friarton Bridge over the Tay and follow the signs for Braemar (A93), through Bridgend , and then Blairgowrie.

From Glasgow to Alyth

Take the A9 at the Broxden roundabout just west of Perth and stay on it until the turning for Luncarty. Go through Luncarty and Stanley the bear right for Blairgowrie, right again at T junction and left for Braemar/Blairgowrie at the junction with A 93.

From Alyth to Bamff

Follow the Bamff Road, signposted for Glenshee and Bridge of Cally for 2.5 miles.

After a sharp left hand bend, signed Glenshee, Bridge of Cally, (Glenisla is to the right) you will see the lodge at the end of the drive to Bamff . Turn off the road (to the right) and up the drive – about two thirds of a mile.

Follow the second sign ‘Old Brewhouse’ at the junction as you approach the house.

If you miss the drive, there is a farm road one mile further on, on the right. Go right at the partially ruined steading and you will arrive at the back of the house. The Old Brewhouse is on the left and you may drive in and  park next to it.  Our back door is on the right. Ring the (single) doorbell if no-one is there to greet you.

From the North

You may approach by the Tullymurdoch/Alyth road from the A93, or from the west from Bridge of Cally take the Drimmie Road. If you are approaching from Bridge of Cally go left at a sign for Bamff, then after Mains of Creuchies go right(for Alyth).  You will see the Bamff farm road to your left adter a few yards.  Carry on for another half mile and take the next left, marked Bamff.