Coupar Angus


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Coupar Angus is an historic town on the banks of the Isla River, in the County of Perth, although it nudges the eastern edge of Angus in Scotland, and is home to over two thousand people. Industry has played its part in the development of the town throughout the ages with both agriculture, and weaving, when the hand weavers worked from home in the 18th Century, to the arrival of the Industrial Revolution when mechanisation took hold in the 19th Century. Also from the times of the Roman Legions who encamped on the eastern side of the town, a legacy of which remains, to the Cistercian Monks who built an Abbey here in the 12th Century. Unfortunately the Abbey met its demise with King Henry VIII's Reformation, after which the stone was used in the building of the church, with the exception of part of the Abbey Arch. Visitors can enjoy an eclectic mix of architecture lining the roads from the remains of the 12th Century Abbey, to the impressive Tower, the Tolbooth built in 1702 which was also used as a courthouse and prison, to Victorian and modern houses. Today's visitors will uncover a good choice of B&B's, and places to stay, shops, restaurants, a colourful market and welcoming pubs to enjoy.


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Garden View (1.38 miles)

Garden View

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Lintrose stands amidst glorious acres, with giant specimen trees, swathes of wild flowers, formal gardens, drives and a mill waterfall. And, sharing this loveliness, Garden View ... More


Bardmony House (3.57 miles)

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Altamount Country House Hotel (3.81 miles)

Altamount Country House Hotel
Altamount House Hotel in Blargowrie is beautifully situated in 7 acres of well laid out gardens and mature woodlands yet only 500 yards from the centre of town. The impressive Georgian mansion was built in ... More | visit website
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Gilmore House (3.94 miles)

Gilmore House
Gilmore House is a 4 star gold rated Bed and Breakfast in the pretty Perthshire town of Blairgowrie. We have 3 comfortable en-suite rooms and 2 guest lounges. We serve an award winning Perthshire Breakfast ... More | visit website
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The Old Cross Inn & Restaurant (4.02 miles)

The Old Cross Inn & Restaurant

The Old Cross Inn & Restaurant is a family-owned business run by husband and wife team, Claire and Liam Leask.

The inn is in a Victorian-built sandstone building in the heart of Perthshire, amidst some glorious ... More | visit website

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The Angus Hotel (4.05 miles)

The Angus Hotel

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A warm welcome to The Angus Hotel, Blairgowrie’s premier leisure hotel and one of only 4 hotels in Perthshire with a modern, fully-equipped leisure club and indoor swimming pool.

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Ivybank Guest House (4.07 miles)

Ivybank Guest House

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This family run guest house rests within a large garden, offering a quiet haven within the picturesque region of Perthshire. Comfortable, clean and fresh bedrooms benefit from the Ivybank's non-smoking ... More

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Dalmunzie Castle Hotel (4.09 miles)

Dalmunzie Castle Hotel
Dalmunzie is a stunning quintessential Lairds Manor House, turreted in the Scots Baronial style and standing proudly at the head of a 6500 acre estate dating back to 1510. Enjoying magnificent mountain scenery, we are ... More | visit website
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Glenvar (4.10 miles)


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Peaceful, warm and relaxing, Glenvar b&b is situated in the middle of Blairgowrie in Highland Perthshire. Where you can relax and feel that here is ... More

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Royal Hotel (4.18 miles)

Royal Hotel

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The Royal Hotel in the heart of Blairgowrie, Perthshire is centrally located on the Royal Route to Braemar and Balmoral. Enjoy a friendly and welcoming atmosphere in clean and comfortable surroundings.
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