Lindores Equestrian on Braeside of Lindores Farm is situated between Newburgh village and Lindores village on the A913 in Fife, Scotland – KY14 6HU.

From Edinburgh 
-1 hour

Take the M90 to Perth and come off at junction 9 at Bridge of Earn.  From there take the A913 to Newburgh.  Go straight through Newburgh village, then a tiny village called Den of Lindores.  Keep on the main road and just after Den of Lindores we are the first farm on the left before the disused railway.  There is a sign ‘Braeside of Lindores’.


From Glasgow
– 1hour, 30mins

Take M80 East bound and when passing Stirling stay on the M9 which turns to the A9.  The A9 will take you past Dunblane and Auctherarder on route to Perth. Just before Perth you reach the Broxden roundabout, take the M90 north to Edinbugh.  Follow the motorway for 5 miles then turn off at the Bridge of Earn junction onto the A912. You will then turn left immediately after the slip road towards Newburgh. Follow the road and turn left at small roundabout taking you onto A913 Perth road.  On A913, go straight through Newburgh. Keep on the main road and after Den of Lindores, we are the first farm on the left before the disused railway. There is a sign ‘Braeside of Lindores’.


From Dundee
– 30 Mins

Take the A92 after the Tay Bridge heading to Kirkcaldy. After approx 11 miles there is a cross roads – take the A913 turn off to Perth.  Drive through Lindores village and we are the first farm on the right after the disused railway.

Forth Road Bridge = 32 miles, 45 mins
Stirling = 45 miles, 1hr
Glasgow = 70miles, 1hr 30mins
Dundee = 17 miles, 30mins
Perth = 12 miles, 25mins
Aberdeen = 82 miles, 1hr 50mins

Drive slowly up the farm road (kids/dogs could be playing) and turn left at the T junction towards the farm buildings.  Park in the main carpark.  If you are hiring the cross-country course we recommend tacking up 15 minutes before your start time to allow you to ride up the hill and be on time.

Call Lindores Equestrian on 07736 044 058 if you get lost or are running late.