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Not only is this a stunning place to stay, but Angus offers some delicious local produce too. While here be sure to try Aberdeen Angus beef or Arbroath Smokies. There is a rich history in this region too which can be explored through the museums, abbeys and castles. If you’d rather be enjoying an active break there is plenty to enjoy; from hill walking to watersports. Wherever your interests lie, Angus is a great spot for a cottage holiday.
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John - verified booking
"Booked this for the annual family get together for 7 of us and 2 dogs. Cottage is in a fantastic location next to the river with views across the countryside. It's very modern inside with loads of space for us all and we loved the open plan ground floor with the bi-folding doors. It was very clean and warm. The owner met us on arrival and gave us a tour which was a nice touch. The furnishings are very comfy and the fire is great at night time. There is a walk along the river from the field at the back of the house which was great for the dogs as, apart from the sheep in the field at the house, the rest were fenced in. We also saw Red Kites. At night there is no light pollution so the stars look amazing.The house is perfectly situated for exploring the area. Kirriemuir is 10mins away and Forfar a little further. It took us just over half an hour to get to Lunan Bay which is a stunning beach. The Cairngorms provide the backdrop of the north view from the house and it only takes 30 - 40 mins to get to Glen Clova or Glen Doll where there are several walks, as well as access to the Cairngorm Plateau. Braemar was about 1hr and 15mins where we explored more walks and bagged a Munro. The house was perfect for us. Beautiful rural setting but close to shops and towns should we need it but likewise not far from areas where you can just spend the day walking and enjoying nature. The pub up the road does excellent food and has a steak night on Tuesdays."
Brian - verified booking
"A relaxing visit. The cottage is good enough, but for the money there are others that offer much better facilities. The heating is either from the open fire, or convector heaters that cost a lot to run. The hot water is from an immersion heater. The added cost of electricity on top of the rental price is a sore point with some guests, judging from comments in the visitors book. The access road is very rough in places. Be prepared to drive in first or second gear for a mile or so! There is NO internet or mobile phone signal at the cottage. You need to drive about 5 miles, or climb up the hills nearby, to get a signal. On a positive note, if you want peace and quiet, (apart from the sheep and occasional cows) and enjoy open countryside where you don't see another person for a week, then this is the place."
Brendan - verified booking
"This is a superb holiday home with plenty space for up to six people staying. It is by far the quietest holiday home I have ever stayed in - with superb views across open countryside on all four sides.The pictures do not do justice - it is spotless with furniture of great quality - kitchen is modern in both units and appliances, suede leather three seater, two seater and single seater - all lazy boy style, bedrooms are big - two doubles and one twin - doubles upstairs with shared toilet/shower room.Within striking distance of walks in the Angus glens, trip down to Dundee - check out the V&A museum just opened, or even a bit further to enjoy St Andrews.Staying here was a joy - on the working Lour farm - peaceful, quiet, well-presented and spacious - highly recommended."
Leona - verified booking
"The road up to the newer lodges is full of potholes that can't really be avoided. I suspect this is a work in progress. The Byron lodge itself is beautifully designed and decorated with fixtures and fittings of a high standard. One flaw we felt however is unlike the Muirloch lodges which have 2 doors into the bedroom (one dedicated door and the other via the bathroom) the Byron lodge has one door which goes into the bathroom from the living area meaning if your partner is in the bathroom you are trapped at either end. As these are essentially "couples" lodges this isn't a major issue however if you come away for a romantic weekend you don't particularly want to have to walk by your partner on the toilet.....it kind of ruins the magic."
Holly - verified booking
"The cabin was great, the only downfall was there wasn't any instructions for the Sauna and when we figured out how to work it it just didn't heat up at all and didn't work so we didn't get to use this which was quite disappointing. Other than that the cabin was a lot more spacious than it looks in the pictures, I personally don't think the pictures do it justice. The hot tub was great. Maybe if you get more than one toilet roll and some washing up liquid it would also be a bit better! Other than that it is great value for money. I would advise them to get rid of carpets as well as when you are coming in and out from the hot tub the carpets end up soaking."