MontroseCopyright Ann Harrison


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Tel code: 01674 | code search
Postcode: DD10 | code search
Population: 11800
Council: Angus
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Park Hotel
"Good Points: friendly and efficient staff, quiet room, lovely food :-) Bad Points: slightly wonky window but of little consequence

Date visited: 2009-06-15 ..." More

Best Western Links Hotel
"Good Points: Dinner was excellent and staff were friendly. Bad Points: I would have liked to have seen an a la carte menu in the restaurant.

Date visited: 2008-11-23 ..." More

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The former royal burgh of Montrose is the most northerly of the Angus towns. It is situated on the east coast of Scotland. Montrose is a popular tourist resort and commercial port. Burgh status came with the reign of David II. Montrose is a historic town abundant in interesting architecture including the Town House or Ba Hoose 1763, the Montrose Museum and Art Gallery contains some Pictish cross-slabs, whaling mementoes and paintings. The High Street is the widest in Scotland, dominated by a detached 200 foot Steeple built in 1832-34; it sits next to the Church 1791. There is also statue of Robert Peel founder of the police. Montrose Castle was destroyed in 1297 by William Wallace when it was occupied by the English King Edward I. The site of the castle is known as Castlestead. Montrose enjoys a peninsular situation with the beautiful sandy beach at Lunan Bay to the east, the South Esk river runs to the south, and to the west lays the salt water, Montrose Basin, a nature reserve with scenic views over the tidal lagoon, home to a variety of wildlife including mute swans. Montrose has an 18-hole championship golf course, dating from 1562; this course is used as a qualifying course for The Open Championship.


Ferguson Oliver Ltd
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Walker Harris


House of Dun
Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre
Montrose Basin Nature Reserve
Montrose Seafront


Wairds Park

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Neuk Caravan Park
South Links Caravan Park

Care Home

Fordmill Care Home
Montrose Care Home


Dance - Esk Academy of Dancing


Coutts House


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The Surgery

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Farmers Market

Montrose Farmers Market

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Montrose Links Trust

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Littlewood Holiday Park
St Cyrus Park

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Centre S.T.A.G.E. (Scotland)
Esk Academy Of Dancing
The Song Shop

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Anchor Bar
Black Abbott
Salutation Inn


Indian Cottage
Roos Leap
Shanghai Restaurant


Esk Academy Of Dancing
Lathallan School


Scott Alexander


A 2 Z Taxis
A-1 Taxis
Dempster & Warden

Esk Taxis
Jens Cabs
Stewarts Taxis
Wilco Cabs


Robson & Partners

Sports Clubs

Montrose Football Club (Football)
Shogun Montrose Judo Club (Martial Arts)


Hoggs Henry
Charleton Farm
Abbey Pet Shop
Dorothy Perkins
Burrells Pharmacy
Elizabeths Shoes
Montrose Rope & Sail Ltd


Sticks & Stones


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Chapel House B&B (0.17 miles)

Chapel House B&B

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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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Links Hotel (0.20 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 (0.20 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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Park Hotel (0.26 miles)

Park Hotel

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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


Kinnaird Castle (4.37 miles)

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Northern Hotel (7.42 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 (7.63 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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Letham Grange Golf Hotel & Country Estate (9.35 miles)

Letham Grange Golf Hotel & Country Estate

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Just a few short miles from the glorious Angus coastline lies Letham Grange, an eclectic mix of baronial styling with 19th century grandeur, flowery 70's and a streak of artistic ... More

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Glenesk Hotel (9.68 miles)

Glenesk Hotel

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

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Ramsay Arms Hotel (10.49 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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