Airlie Mount Mansion has a lot of history behind it. It was built in 1868, and owned by a Mr John Smith. Mr Smith also owned a local jute factory. He was a very wealthy man, who also put a lot of money into Canadian Railways in the 1800’s. He lost a lot of money and decided to sell the house to the British Linen Bank. During the Second world war, Airlie Mount Mansion was used as a Polish convalescence home. It wasn’t until 1948 that the mansion was turned into a hotel. When this happened, it was the first hotel to do marriages in the area, and the first place ladies could go to drink alcohol in public without being frowned upon.
The surrounding area is full of beautiful views. Within a short drive you can reach the most beautiful Angus Glens of Isla , Clova and Povey. In around an one hour drive you can reach Glenshee , Braemar and Balmoral. All within 1 hours drive you can reach Glamis Castle , Scone Palace , Falkland Palace , Dunkeld and Blair Castle. If you like to sample the famous Scottish Whisky then we are within an hours drive of several distilleries.
If you like shopping then why not take a day out at Perth or Dundee of maybe cross the River Tay and head for the historic town of St Andrews. In St Andrews you could try your hand at a game of Golf on one of the famous Links!!
If you like skiing then come for a winter break and head to the Glenshee ski resort
Within the town of Alyth and a few nice restaurants where you can eat your evening dinner before strolling back to our Mansion house for the night.
We have a lovely front garden, which has tables and chairs where you can sit and relax and watch the world go by.
We have ample parking spaces for cars, and minibuses.
We have a continental style breakfast which is in the dining room every morning.