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Townhead B&B

Townhead House was built circa 1820 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.

Links Hotel

A warm welcome is guaranteed in this extended Victorian Hotel.

Built in the 1800’s for the owners of a local mill, the Paton family, the hotel now offers 36 bedrooms, a cosy bar, restaurant, coffee shop, function suite and meeting rooms.

It is situated on the historic Montrose Mid Links – a quiet location but only a few minutes away from the town centre.

The hotel coffee shop is an informal and relaxing conservatory ideal for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner.

Edzell Castle and Gardens

The refined beauty of Edzell was a statement of the prestige of its owners, the Lindsays. The stylized walled garden was created in 1604. Resplendent with heraldic sculptures and carved panels, the architectural framework surrounding the garden is unique in Britain. The garden also includes walled flower and nesting boxes and a delightful summer house.

Barry Mill

Peaceful Barry Mill might be a haven of tranquillity now, but it was once the beating heart of a 19th-century rural community. The water-powered mill produced oatmeal and animal feed, as well as providing work for local people, right up until 1982.

Montrose Basin Visitor Centre

The Montrose Basin is of international importance for over 80,000 migratory Pink-footed geese each year. A sanctuary for thousands of waders and wildfowl. The Scottish Wildlife Trust purchased Montrose Basin in 1976 and the visitor centre, which offers panoramic views across the basin, officially opened in 1995. Refreshments available onsite.

Muirhouses Farm Bed and Breakfast

Muirhouses Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast is a traditional farmhouse that dates back to the 18th century.

It is set within a working livestock and arable farm on the outskirts of Kirriemuir. Muirhouses has stunning views of the Angus Glens, Caddam Woods, Tulloch Hill, and the parklands of Kirriemuir.

Muirhouses is an ideal holiday retreat in an area rich in scenery, history and activities.