Suvenco ‘s homes at Oudenarde are designed to accommodate
golfers visiting the prestigious courses of St. Andrews and Gleneagles to Hidden Gems such as Alyth and Taymouth Castle or discover local secrets such as Creiff, Glenisla and Strathmore.
Short calming drives through rugged Scottish landscape, ancient villages and quaint local pubs, adorned with blazing fires and rows of whisky, will enrich and inspire any golfing excursion.
Carefully positioned, Oudenarde enables tourists the luxury of a different course every day of a tour and offers 18 and 9 holes courses to suit all abilities. We can also help in your choice of golf courses, golf tuition and club hire.
Bordering the village of Bridge of Earn, Oudenarde is situated
in a region of Scotland where history abounds. Integral to the Scottish experience, castles both ruined and restored, are dispersed throughout Perthshire and Fife providing tourist with the kind of mysterious and alluring landscape made for exploring. Visit Balvaird, Huntingtower or Falkland Castle or nearby Scone Palace.
Why not get on board Captain Scott’s ship discovery which sits on the quayside of Dundee, a mere 25 minutes drive from Oudenarde. The famous William Wallace (Braveheart) Monument stands as a symbol of freedom to all Scots over looking the City of Stirling that is easy reached in 35 minutes.
Nearby Perth offers an award winning Leisure Pool and recreation centre and the city Parks provide children with ample space for adventure and play. Family days out can also be enjoyed at Blair Drummond Safari Park, Deep Sea World and Edinburgh Zoo to name but a few.
Comprehensive information on walking in the local area can be
found in Perthshire Walking Guides and the appropriate Ordnance Survey Map, which are available to purchase from www.strathearn.co.uk
Many of the walks are suitable for family outings, while others are ideal for the fit and adventurous. Some suggestions are Lady Mary’s Walk, The Knock of Crieff, Ben Vorlich, and the formal gardens of Tarvit Mansionhouse.
A legendary destination for fishing, Scotland features prolific
lochs and rivers, which provide anglers with rewarding and memorable adventures.
Set amidst stunning scenery, the River Earn, a mere ten-minute walk from Oudenarde, is a medium-sized waterway; swollen by several tributaries, it cuts through Strathearn and empties into the estuary of the River Tay, Scotland’s Premier River.
The arrival of grilse begins the Salmon season, which continues into autumn. Although the river is lightly fished in the spring, it teems with Salmon in September and October. The Earn also offers Sea Trout, which anglers pursue from May onwards and Grayling, which are available from November to January.
When you stay at Oudenarde, your package includes exclusive fishing rights. There is no need for you to obtain a permit.
After indulging in country life, one must revel in the city – it is
an integral part of the Scottish experience.
Perth, once Scotland’s capital city, is only three miles from Bridge of Earn and situated on the banks of the River Tay. Perth’s many fine bars and restaurants offer something for everyone and shoppers will appreciate the pedestrianised high street and St. John’s shopping centre.
The capital city of Edinburgh, and the cosmopolitan city of Glasgow offer an array of venues including contemporary restaurants, authentic pubs and unrivalled cultural destinations.
Best of Both worlds
From Oudenarde, it is possible to experience both worlds – of country and city
For many more ideas of things to do, visit the perthshire tourist board website at www.perthshire.co.uk.