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About Angus

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in angus.

  1. Sue

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was lovely and cosy. The drive from Kirriemuir was beautiful but seemed a huge distance when emergency supplies were needed. Matches would have been useful so we could have had a fire on the first night but soon rectified by the second. Being able to see the milky way from our bed was a wonderful experience and though there was only one main room it was set up as if there were 4: kitchen, dining room, lounge and "snug". We didn't find the promised bags of coal for sale but that was probably more not wanting to rummage around the sheds out the back rather than them not being there. The cooker needed a bit of common sense to work out how to use it but the notes from previous visitors in the visitors book were really helpful. We enjoyed lovely hot baths most days and didn't mind about paying extra for the electricity though it had appeared to be a point of contention for others. I would warn people about using the pay phone at the end of the lane. My bank card was stopped as a consequence of my bank thinking it was fraudulent use. Meant my hubbie had to treat me for the rest of the stay. We can thoroughly recommend visiting the Glencadam distillery in Brechin. They do not do official tours for the public but the head distiller showed us around by prior arrangement and we had a wonderful time. We also saw so many animals and birds: deer, rabbits, hares, pheasants, red squirrels, partridges, buzzards and what we swear was an eagle but probably not, that our countryside "fix" is sorted for the rest of the year. We enjoyed visiting the Clova Hotel in Glen Clova but couldn't find the Drovers Inn so cannot comment of the food and drink there. Had a wonderful relaxing holiday, enjoying the countryside, good food and distant gurgle of the river and wind in the trees. We love Scotland and didn't think there was many parts that we hadn't already touched on but Glen Prosen was new for us and we will definitely try to return."
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  2. Adrian

    Verified purchase

    "A charming, surprisingly spacious cottage, dark inside, although it is in a deep glen under trees. The visitor books seemed to attract a lot of unfounded negative comments. You need to understand that you will be in the sticks, in a potentially dark location. Decoration and lighting could make a great difference.Using the bath was difficult due to the coved ceiling and the shower-hose ran hot and cold. Although limited by the architecture, it would be possible to remove the bath and install a shower cubical.Although the building looked clean, a deep clean wouldn't go amiss.The bedding was clean and the bed comfortable.Paying additionally for electricity was a bit odd and could be expensive.The setting is breathtaking and very quiet. There are no local amenities, nor even a TV signal, for which I have rated 10. About 10 miles to closest shops, so one has to be self-sufficient. Beware, local (Scottish?) road signage is, erm, appalling, this is compounded by zero data signals, so have a road map!Local walks and views were stunning, with wild-life abundant, deer, red squirrels and everything between on the estate and around about. We even saw a pine marten!We would certainly stay on the estate again."
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  3. susan

    Verified purchase

    "reason for rating comfort/equipment isfor self catering not enough pots and pans or utensils fortunately we took most of our own. We had to purchase a new DVD as the one in the house was not working.Location:Beautiful setting plenty of walks around the estate but no one was in the big house, no greeting, no information in case of emergency, it did say in case of emergency call a number but when you have no mobile signal for 10miles how are you supposed to ring which is quite un-nerving.cleanliness: The only reason I rated this at 7 was the cottage did smell of damp each day especially in the morning and when you have been out all day.value for money: I certainly do not think its worth 500 in peak season I think what we paid was sufficient but had to pay extra for logs and coal which you need to get rid of the smell of damp, thought that was a bit cheeky!!!!!!!Overall:Not too bad once you have the fire lit, Plenty of smelly candles, DVD (which you can buy at Tescos for 19.99) dinner in the oven, really cosy place to be and can be very romantic but feel that the description on line should be altered to a truer picture."
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  4. Liam

    Verified purchase

    "S22939e is a cracking little cottage for 2 people looking to "get away from it all". It had everything we needed to make our stay the "winding down" break that we needed. We are experienced with old houses and woodburning stoves, so no issues there - we cranked that baby up full-tilt, and were super-cosy, despite the feet of snow outside! We loved the quirkyness, and the peace and quiet. Two things are really needed though. Firstly, a proper shower. It would be perfectly possible to fit a shower in the awkwardly shaped bathroom - I have done so in a similar shaped space in my own home. Call me if you need plans or ideas. :-) Secondly, we'd have liked a bigger, older, sloppier sofa to loaf in front of the fire. The modern 2-seater is a bit out of character, and a bit too "sit-up-and-beg".Apart from that, we can thoroughly recommend S22939e to anyone looking for a really peaceful escape, in stunning surroundings. Just remember to make a detailed list, and ensure you have enough wine with you, as it's a loooong trek to the nearest shop!!"
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  5. Ross

    Verified purchase

    "It is a beautiful place and I loved the views and the history is very interesting I would definitely recommend it to people who want a break from technology but unfortunately for us the lack of phone reception and being in the wilderness was a bit too much of a change! I'm not saying they should have satellite Internet or sky tv because that would probably ruin what it is but phone reception would make life easier shame on the networks! Overall it was completely different from what we're used to but still enjoyed it! One of the other differences we found is with being used to previously staying in hotels or b&b's we were a bit surprised that we were responsible for the units of electric used and fuel for the fire but only cost £15 for one night extra on top of the £180 for the rent and I personally went into the woods to get damp fire wood which I actually kind of enjoyed being a bit different! So give it a go why not makes a change and if your desperate for a mcdonalds it's only 12 miles away :)"
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