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The Old Cross Inn Restaurant
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New Alyth Road , Alyth, Scotland PH10 7DY, United Kingdom
Detailed Information

The Old Cross Inn & Restaurant is a family-owned business run by husband and wife team, Claire and Liam Leask. The inn is in a Victorian-built sandstone building in the heart of Perthshire, amidst some glorious Scottish scenery and within striking distance of a host of tourist attractions and leisure activities. As well as a bar and restaurant we will soon be offering accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis. We are a family-friendly business – children are welcome and baby-changing facilities are also available. We also cater for small functions, private parties or special occasions.  The Old Cross will be featured in The Good Beer Guide 2010 as well as a forthcoming book on Hidden Places from Travel Publishing.  The Old Cross Inn and Restaurant is open daily. Opening time are; Monday to Saturday 12;00 to 2;30 pm and 5;00 to 11;00 pm Sunday 12;00 to 11;00 pm The kitchen closes at 9;00 pm (8;30 pm on Sundays). At least one Real Ale is available on draught and the bar has been commended by the Tayside branch of CAMRA. The Old Cross will also be featured in The Good Beer Guide 2010. Our principal supplier of real ales is the the Inveralmond Brewery in Perth. There is a beer garden at the rear of the inn, where barbecues are occasionally held (weather permitting!). The Old Cross is in a Victorian building which has been an inn since 1865. Originally called the Rattray Hotel, it was owned by William Matthews, a grocer from Broughty Ferry, with James Grant, vintner, as the tenant. In 1870, the hotel changed hands, and was owned by the Hill Whitson family of Parkhill House. In 1905, the George family took over and the inn was renamed The George. The family had previously run the Rattray Inn, which is now a private dwelling. In 1945, George Rose became the new owner and members of the family ran the inn for almost 50 years. In 1994, after a short period when Roy Morris was the owner, the inn was bought by Ian Ewan and was renamed the Park Inn. Another name changed followed in 2004 when the building was bought by Elaine Mathers and renamed the Old Cross Inn and Restaurant, with an extensive program of alterations and refurbishment undertaken which complimented the style and character of the 140 year old building. Current proprietors Claire and Liam Leask took over in April 2006. The Old Cross Inn & Restaurant is available for all sorts of private parties and functions. We have hosted many successful private parties over the years, including weddings, funerals, birthdays, kids parties, anniversaries and family get-togethers. The combination of our friendly staff, cosy atmosphere and quality food provide the ideal atmosphere for your party. If you require entertainment, menu design, decorations or anything else just give us the details and leave it to us, which will give you more time to enjoy the party. Phone or e-mail to discuss your requirements, but here are some ideas to get you started. All our rooms were fully refurbished in 2009 and  are en suite with digital TV and tea and coffee-making facilities. The three rooms at the front of the building have views  across to the Sidlaw Hills. We have two double rooms and a twin room, as well as a family room, which can accommodate up to four. A travel cot, high chairs etc. are all available on request.

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