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County - Angus and Dundee
Tel code: 01356 | code search
Postcode: DD9 | code search
Population: 7000
Council: Angus
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Get a snapshot of medieval Scotland with Brechinís ancient bridge, 13th century chapel and Cathedral, and even older round tower, with the local museum delving even deeper into Scottish history... Read More

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Northern Hotel

Northern Hotel

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The city of Brechin is situated between the cities of Dundee and Aberdeen and is well positioned for the business traveller.The Northern Hotel ... More
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Gramarcy House

Gramarcy House

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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 ... More

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Dangerous foreigners begin at Calais and dont stop until you get to Bombay where they play cricket and speak English - Clement Attlee
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