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Home in Angus Council
Thrums Cottage – your very own ‘Neverland’
You may be inspired to create your very own fairy story when you stay in this gorgeous period property in Kirriemuir. The creator of Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie, was born in the white-washed cottage next door and it’s now a museum dedicated to the famous author and playwright.
As well as exploring this and the town’s rich local history in jute and weaving, there’s easy access to the beautiful Angus countryside with golf, fishing and some of the best hillwalking in Eastern Scotland on your doorstep.
$104 nightly before taxes
$104 per night
Bungalow in Northmuir
Number sixteen, Central Angus
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, the property has recently been refurbished and is light, bright and welcoming.Accessed by two steps,internally the house is all on one level, with a deck leading out from the living room to the front, which faces west giving views of wonderful skies and sunsets. Guests are welcome to use any of the herbs growing in the enclosed rear garden. Although bordered by a road at the rear, any slight noise from the light traffic is muffled by a fence and trees.
$74 nightly before taxes
$74 per night
Cottage in Angus Council
Kirk Wynd Cottage
Kirk Wynd Cottage is a charming property located in the centre of Kirriemuir, a small town nestled at the foot of the beautiful Angus Glens. With a traditional red sandstone exterior, the cottage inside is full of creature comforts with two bedrooms (one with ensuite shower room) and a spacious yet cosy lounge, complete with wood burner.