Welcome to the Barony in Alyth, a tourists information centre, cycle and paddle shop, serving good coffee (and cake…) and inviting you to climb on our indoor bouldering wall. Home to Alyth Cycles and Outdoor Explore.
It was built in 1843as the United Presbyterian Church and in 1899 amalgamated with and became know as United Free Church . It then became known as the Barony in 1927. The last minister was Rev David F Anderson when the church closed in 1977 and amalgamated with the parish church. The building was subsequently bought by J and J Howe and used as a store.
Re opened to public in February 2017, the Barony as it’s known still now, became one of the newest tourist attraction in picturesque town of Alyth, Perthshire. From the first day it invites keen outdoor enthusiasts who are looking for more inspiration and information what to do and see in the local area.
You can shop for bikes and paddles, hire kit, book guided activities or even climb on our indoor bouldering wall. There is always plenty of information ‘what’s on’ in our area and we serve a good coffee as well! 🙂
The Barony, Commercial Street, Alyth, PH11 8AF