This charming 19th century farmhouse has plenty of space for friends or families to holiday and socialise together while still finding a quiet corner to read or relax. Full of character, the farmhouse has lovely beamed ceilings, solid stone walls and oak floors, while the traditional paned sash windows look out over the garden to the fields and hills beyond. Step out of the bright, spacious dining area onto the patio for a barbecue, help yourself to fruit from the orchard or enjoy a game of croquet on the large front lawn. Children love exploring the garden and dogs are welcome at the farmhouse.

Rates (Per Week) Sunday-Sunday
Low season £695.00
Mid season £725.00
High season £750.00
Xmas Peak £900.00
Nightly Charge
(3 night min stay)
£170.00

Arrival Day Sunday, Arrival time 16.00pm, Departure time 10.00am,
Short Breaks are available (3 night min stay)

Two well behaved dogs allowed, £20 doggie charge per dog (Please Advise)

Ground Floor

Laundry/utility room; large kitchen/dining room with patio doors opening onto the patio and barbecue area; large dining table which accommodates 12; fantastic views to the foothills of the Angus glens; sitting room with wood burning stove; twin bedroom; shower room.

First Floor

Master bedroom with Twin/ Super king-size bed and en-suite shower room; twin bedroom; single bedroom with extra pull-out mattress; family bathroom.

Linen and towels Flat Screen TV in Living room and Master bedroom
DVD Player Built in large outdoor fire pit and seating
Electricity and central heating iPod/Bluetooth Speakers
Gas/electric range cooker Wireless internet
Double drawer fridge Ample parking
Fridge/freezer Decking with outdoor dining suite
Dishwasher Front and side lawns
Washing machine and tumble dryer Barbecue and outdoor seating
Blender, juicer and rice cooker Wood burning stove
Microwave Fresh Potted herbs – there to help yourselves
Wood fired Hot Tub
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Cooking @ Home

All 3 properties have light filled country kitchen well equipped with everything you may need to cook up a Scottish storm. From simply lunches, informal romantic supers to family feasts. . You will find excellent local produce (awarding winning butcher) in the nearby village of Edzell and local farm shops .There is a spacious open plan family kitchen and sociable dining area. Or on a summers evening, enjoy a BBQ al fresco with a beautiful country Back drop .

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In- House Cuisine

If you’d rather take it easy on your self-catering break. Go indulge yourself and let our in house chef, Lee Soutar from Caramelised Catering prepare a mouth- watering meal for you and your party. For the odd evening or full week. (On prior request and subject to an additional charge)Contact – lee@caramelisedevents.co.uk , Web – www.caramelisedevents.co.uk

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Eating Out

Experience a real Scottish country pub with a visit to Ramsey Arms, fettercairn using the best fresh foods from Scotland’s larder or The Arch bistro also in Fettercairn only 5 miles away. For award winning fish n chips, travel over to the coast to The Horn blower, Gordoun.

Balmekewan farm shop and restraunt also has the best local produce to eat in or take home. For a romantic affair, dine by candle light at Gordons at Inverkeilor with its 3 AA rosette dinning. Lunch or dinner a real treat.

For amazing local seafood, The Tollbooth Restaurant, nestled in Stonehaven harbour has a menu and views to match. The Drovers Inn @ Memus, Kirriemuir is an intriguing pub and restaurant offering both a traditional Scottish inn atmosphere and contemporary fine dining.

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