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County - Angus and Dundee | Map
Tel code: 01356 | code search
Postcode: DD9 | code search
Population: 780
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Glenesk Caravan Park
"great place to chill out after a busy week ,we bought a caravan and came to try it out ,have been back several times since .going to try new tent ..." More

Glenesk Caravan Park
"great place to chill out after a busy week ,we bought a caravan and came to try it out ,have been back several times since .going to try new tent ..." More

Glenesk Caravan Park
"Brilliant camp/caravan park. the owner is very friendly)as with all staff members). clean toilet/washing facilities,excellent family park with free fishing on the site itself. There is also a tv lounge, ..." More

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Edzell is a historic village in the Angus region of Scotland situated six miles north of Brechin between Strathmore and the Howe of the Mearns. The original settlement in the area was Slateford, identifiable by the graveyard and the ruins of Edzell Castle, c1840 the local laird, the Earl of Panmure, built the new village of Edzell a mile further west. This planned Victorian village is easily recognisable by the Dalhousie Arch which straddles the road at the entrance to the village, erected in 1887 in memory the Earl and Countess of Dalhousie. Edzell is spacious with a wide main street, 19th century buildings, tea-rooms and interesting shops, it is a popular tourist resort with hotels, B&B’s, self-catering accommodation and places to eat. Attractions include the ruins of the 16th century,square-towered red-sandstone Edzell Castle, where Queen Mary held privy council in 1562. The beautiful walled renaissance gardens have sculptured stone panels and floral displays created in 1604 by Sir David Lindsay. Architecturally interesting buildings include Inglis Memorial Hall built in1889 and the Parish Church of Edzell and Lethnot built in 1819. There is fishing on the North Esk River with picturesque riverside walks from Gannochy Bridge to the Rocks of Solitude to watch the Salmon leap. Edzell has an18-hole golf course established in 1895, a driving range and golf academy

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Glenesk Hotel (0.26 miles)

Glenesk Hotel

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The Glenesk Hotel - Close your eyes and think of a hotel that is set in some of Scotland’s most spectacular countryside. A hotel that offers traditional three star luxury ... More

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Ramsay Arms Hotel (4.16 miles)

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Recently refurbished family run small country hotel. Situated in picturesque Fettercairn village with comfortable quiet rooms. Delicious meals available using the freshest local produce with ... More

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Northern Hotel (5.32 miles)

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 (5.41 miles)

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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Kinnaird Castle (7.70 miles)

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Greenden (9.30 miles)

Greenden

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Surrounded by farmland in the beautiful Angus glens, this charming, spacious and very comfortable property boasts a delightful secluded garden. Local salmon and trout fishing (by prior ... More

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Chapel House B&B (9.88 miles)

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Chapel House is a listed Georgian town house situated in the centre of Montrose, just a stones throw from the town centre and it's many amenities.Chapel House B&B is the ... More

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Park Hotel (9.89 miles)

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Creating an ideal atmosphere for a relaxing stay, this attractive property is the right choice of accommodation, while visiting Montrose.LocationLocated in the quiet mid links area of Montrose, The Park ... More

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Links Hotel (9.91 miles)

Links Hotel

This impressive Best Western Edwardian hotel is set on the historic Mid-Links in the picturesque town of Montrose, home to the 5th oldest golf course in the world and within walking distance of Montrose Beach, ... More | visit website

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Best Western Links Hotel (9.91 miles)

Best Western Links Hotel

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Set on the Historic Mid Links, the Links is a lovely hotel dating back to 1875. It has a central location close to the town centre and is within walking ... More

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