|Title||Town/City||Occupancy||Price (per night)||Picture|
|add to favorites||Blairdene Guest House||Arbroath||Sleeps up to 5||from £125.00|
|Views of the historic Arbroath Abbey. Centrally located guesthouse on Arbroath High Street. Within walking distance of bus and train stations. Free parking close by.
Our family room sleeps 5,it is an en-suite room and has a double bed, a single bed and a fold down double sofa bed.
call +44 (1241) 872380
|add to favorites||Northern Hotel||Brechin||Sleeps up to 5||from £140.00|
|Founded as a coaching inn in the early 19th century, this charming 3-star hotel is situated in the ancient city of Brechin and now offers high-standard en suite accommodation.
The Northern Hotel has a long tradition of hospitality and has been welcoming travellers to the Angus area for nearly 200 years. In the heart of the region, the hotel is a great base from which to explore the area?s natural beauty. There is plenty to see and do nearby, including some of Scotland?s most magnificent golf courses.
For a traditional setting coupled with modern luxuries, the completely refurbished Northern Hotel is a great choice. Bright and attractive, the accommodation has been furnished and decorated to a high standard throughout.
Free Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available in the hotel?s public areas and in most bedrooms.
Guests can enjoy excellent food from the award-winning chef in the Baillie Lounge or relax in the new Hudson?s Bar, the hotel?s latest addition.
Family Room - sleeps 5 with extra bed
|add to favorites||Ashton Guest House||Dundee||Sleeps up to 5||from £65.00|
|Comfortable, affordable accommodation. Situated within easy reach of Dundee City centre. Ground floor Ensuite family room has 1 x Double bed and 3 x single beds and can comfortably accommodate a family of 5. Breakfast included along with free wifi and off-street Private parking.|
|add to favorites||Ethie Castle||Nr. Arbroath||Sleeps up to 6||from £350.00|
|A warm welcome awaits you at the de Morgan family home, Ethie Castle. An ancient sandstone fortress dating from the 14th Century, Ethie is reputed to be Scotland?s second oldest permanently inhabited castle. It was immortalized by Sir Walter Scott as ?Knockwinnoch? in his novel ?The Antiquary?. These days, Ethie is a haven of hospitality and peace, and guests can relax in the splendour of the castle. Ethie castle has three bedrooms that together sleep families of 6. Walk to the cliffs at Red Head, the highest on the Angus Coast, and see the Bell Rock Lighthouse. Amble along the beautiful sandy beach of Lunan Bay climbing up to the ruins of Red Castle, and down into the villages of Lunan and Inverkeilor. Visit the tiny hamlets of Ethie Haven and Corbie Knowe hidden from the rest of the world. Only a short drive away are the majestic Scottish Glens of Prosen, Clova and Islanand Peaks, with waterfalls and hidden lochans.|
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