Book your bikepacking gravel accommodation in Scotland in Alyth, situated in the Highlands to enjoy the Cateran Ecomuseum in Perthshire and Angus. Come and stay at the five-star rated Forillon, which sleeps up to six people. We are right at the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, one of Scotland’s only two national parks. Moreover, you will benefit from amazing opportunties to cycle, walk and swim in the area.

Great facilities

Our house – Forillon – has two floors. You will find a spacious kitchen, a bathroom with shower and toilet, a very spacious lounge and a small utilities room downstairs. In addition, you will find three bedrooms and another bathroom with a bathtub, toilet and electric shower upstairs. Throughout the house you will be warm and comfy with our efficient heating system.

You will sleep in two main bedrooms, which are set up with a double bed and plenty of wardrobe space. Moreover you can use the third bedroom either as single bedroom or as office for a workaction, with a folding desk and ergonomic chair provided. You can make use of the bed in this room which consists of two bedframes and mattresses stacked on top of each other. You can also use the second frame in one of the other rooms as well.

If you are staying with six people, you can easily convert the downstairs lounge in an alternative fourth bedroom. You can make use of the comfortable couch, which can easily be turned into a double bed. In addition we provide all bedding and towels for up to six people.

Furthermore you can lock up to four bikes in our secure bike storage. In addition you will find washing and drying facilities made for cyclists. Moreover, you can easily plan your day trips with a wide selection of books, provided by us to inspire your adventures. A fully equipped kitchen including a dishwasher is yours to cook tasty meals, and we can help you planning your hiking and cycling adventures in the area. This service is free when you book with us.

A central location to explore Scotland

To the north, you can explore the quiet Angus Glens with dramatic scenery and an abundance of trails in spring, summer and autumn. Additionally, in winter you can go skiing at Glenshee, only 30km away. 

To the south you can enjoy the fertile Valley of Strathmore which produces some of Scotland’s finest fresh fruits. Moreover, you can also enjoy plenty of opportunities for walks and cycling through the gently rolling terrain.

You can find all details about Forillon here.

Great design and history

If you’re after museums and culture, the Cateran Ecomuseum is unique! While you are here, plan your trip to Dundee, home of the V&A, and Perth, soon to be home of the Stone of Destiny. Meigle’s Sculptured Stone Museum’s collection of early medieval sculpture offers you one of the most important in Europe. Get on your bike or make great day trips by bus or car.

A heaven for the outdoors

Our friends from Outdoor Explore in Blairgowrie offer you fantastic kayak and canoe tours in the area. You can bike and walk the Cateran Trail. Or come and stay with us to play golf, go fishing or go on a guided beaver tour with Perthshire Wildlife.

A central cycling location

On the bike you can explore the gravel and bikepacking routes we have mapped in the Cateran Ecomuseum. Book our cycle-friendly accommodation in the Highlands of Scotland which is situated close to the Cairngorms National Park Loop and the Dunkeld Gravel Adventure.

You can book directly with us or on AirBNB. Additionally, we are also listed on Booking.com and Vrbo. Bikepacking Scotland provides Forillon to offer a house specifically designed by cyclists for everyone who loves on outdoor adventure.