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B&B in Angus: Arbroath, Kirriemuir, Dundee and the Glens


Druminoch, Kingoldrum, near Kirriemuir
No pets Wifi / broadband

Druminoch    Kingoldrum    near Kirriemuir

Druminoch is the ideal holiday retreat in an area rich in scenery, history and activities. Two ensuite bedrooms (one King-size, one double) with garden views, TV/DVD, fridge, hairdryer, bath robes and tea/coffee with homemade shortbread.

Breakfast at Druminoch is a highlight an imaginative feast of Scottish produce a varied menu of fresh, tasty food, catering for all dietary needs. We offer evening meals in our comfortable dining/sitting room with wood burning stove and also packed lunches. The perfect location for walking, bird watching, photography, cycling or just exploring the beautiful area.

Anderson
Wifi / broadband

Anderson's    Dundee

Anderson s is a three star Scottish Tourist Board Guest House With a warm friendly atmosphere. Anderson s is close to the University, Ninewells Hospital and to the centre of the city with its nightlife, which includes many historical sights and friendly pubs.A Victorian Villa, the rooms are full of character and contain many interesting period features. There is ample parking locally and the Guest House is served by a regular and rapid bus service to and from the city centre which is within easy walking distance.

Church House Bed and Breakfast, Kirriemuir
Wifi / broadband

Church House Bed and Breakfast    Kirriemuir

Welcome to the online home of The Church House Bed & Breakfast.On 29th June 1835 the foundation stone of the church was laid by Lord Ogilvy, assisted by Charles Lyell of Kinnordy and James Mitchell of the East India Company. Almost 200 years later it has now been redesigned to accommodate and meet the needs and comforts of our guests. The result is a stunning building which incorporates all the benefits that modern technology has to offer whilst keeping its historic character.

Blairdene Guest House, Arbroath

Blairdene Guest House    Arbroath

Beautiful and charming guesthouse situated in the pedestrian precinct in Arbroath. Built in 1734 with many original features including stained glass windows, ornate cornicing and a wrought iron balustrade staircase. Seven rooms with luxurious beds, crisp white linen, flat screen TVs, dressing tables and complimentary tea and coffee. Our shower rooms are modern and spacious with complimentary toiletries. Our full Scottish breakfast is highly recommended and will set you up for your day ahead. Continental breakfasts are also available. Early breakfasts and packed lunches available on request.

Abertay Guest House, Broughty Ferry

Abertay Guest House    Broughty Ferry

Welcome to Abertay Guest House.The proprietors, Catherine & Karl Victor, look forward to giving you a warm welcome and an unforgettable stay in their new guest house.Abertay Guest House is situated close to Broughty Ferry s town centre, with its wealth of shops, restaurants and pubs. Broughty Ferry is a suburb of Dundee, sitting at the mouth of the River Tay, with stunning views towards Dundee and the two bridges.Dundee city is approximately 5 miles away, easily reached by bus.

Lodge at Lochside, Bridgend of Lintrathen, Kirriemuir
No pets

Lodge at Lochside    Bridgend of Lintrathen    Kirriemuir

A Scottish saying goes.relax, you re at your Auntie s!. More than a B&B, Lodge at Lochside offers a fabulous destination whether you want to explore the magnificent Angus glens and surrounding countryside, or simply relax in good company. Set in picturesque scenery amongst the Angus foothills. The Lodge sits beside the stunning inland loch within Lintrathen Nature Reserve and is a fabulous destination for cyclists, walkers, fishers, or those who just want to relax in tranquil comfort.

Townhead, Brechin
No pets

Townhead    Brechin

Townhead House was built circa 1845 and is one of the largest original houses in the City of Brechin. It sits in its own grounds of nearly an acre, and boasts a large, off road, secure car parking area suitable for up to 15 vehicles. Ideally positioned in the centre of the City with easy walking access to local shops, pubs and restaurants, yet peaceful and quiet enough to enjoy a relaxing nights sleep.Over the past few years the house has been completely renovated and refurbished to a high standard.

Willowbank House Bed & Breakfast, Arbroath

Willowbank House Bed & Breakfast    Arbroath

Willowbank House is a luxury country house near Arbroath on the east coast of Scotland.. We have just three rooms, and so are able to concentrate on our guests.comfort during their stay.. At Willowbank House there is always a warm welcome, a good night s sleep, and a hearty Scottish breakfast to send our guests off to explore this beautiful country, with its mountains, lochs, castles, whisky distilleries, fishing, sailing, cycling, golf and walking opportunities.

Balmashanner House, Forfar
Pets by arrangement

Balmashanner House    Forfar

Our beautiful but central location will suit leisure, business, anglers, walkers, cyclists, shooting, and wildlife guests alike.Keen golfers have access to the many golf courses including Carnoustie, St Andrews, and locally there is the Forfar, Arbroath, Montrose, Brechin, Edzell, Kirriemuir, Letham Grange Golf Clubs who accept day membership, there is also a golf driving range only a 10 minute drive from us.

Gramarcy House, Brechin
Wifi / broadband

Gramarcy House    Brechin

Agnes Gentles, the proprietor of Gramarcy House is renowned for her warm welcome and is very knowledgeable of the local area. Agnes looks forward to welcoming guests to her home and will provide service that is worthy of Gramarcy House 4 Star rating. There are 2 En-Suite Double Rooms & a Self Catering Facility. Included in the self-catering apartment is a spacious kitchen and dining area, fully equipped with pots, pans, china etc.This includes a tastefully furnished double, single and family room all with own TV and Free-view boxes.

Ashley House Guest House, Dundee

Ashley House Guest House    Dundee

Ashley house. bed and breakfast Dundee. WiFi. central for Broughty Ferry. Freesat HD TV, DVD. Dinner bed and breakfast Dundee. Carnoustie 6 miles, Dundee 3 miles, Monifeith 2. or Play, Golf Carnoustie, golf St Andrews. only a short drive, an excellent base for, Golf Tours Scotland. Inn a converted traditional house which has retained original features. Open all year. Rooms have En-Suite, tea and coffee. The house is ran by Margaret and Darren with experience as a chef.

Aberlaw Guest House, Dundee

Aberlaw Guest House    Dundee

Aberlaw Guest House is one of Dundee s Premier Guest Houses situated 1.5 miles from the centre of Dundee. Aberlaw has been tastefully re-furbished with modern facilities but retained many of its Original Victorian Features. Our Aim is to provide.Good Auld Fashioned Dundee hospitality.as commented in our Guest Book by Brian Cox the Hollywood Film Actor who stayed with us in April 2009 while filming a Documentary on Dundee s Jute Industry.

Alcorn Guest House, Dundee

Alcorn Guest House    Dundee

A 15-minute walk from the centre of Dundee, and a 20-minute walk from Dundee Rail Station, Alcorn Guest House offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with free toiletries.In the morning, guests can enjoy continental breakfast. Cooked breakfast is also available upon request at an additional charge.Each bedroom has carpeted floor, a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. 2 of the rooms share bathroom facilities.

The Longforgan Coaching Inn, Longforgan
Pets by arrangement

The Longforgan Coaching Inn    Longforgan

Whether it is for business or pleasure, time to relax or time for an adventure: The Longforgan Coaching Inn is the right choice for a relaxing stay at the end of a busy day or for a weekend break.As our guest, you can enjoy all the modern conveniences in the setting of a traditional 17th Century Inn : from comfortable well-equipped rooms to our attentive staff who are always on call to look after your every need.


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