A charming semi-detached townhouse near the harbour in the historic town of Arbroath on Scotland’s beautiful Angus coast.
This lovely holiday home will easily accommodate up to eight people and is the ideal holiday base for exploring this lovely part of the country.
The first floor has three bedrooms, with one, an en-suite king-size double on the lower ground floor, plus there's a utility/games room with washing facilities and a pool table also on this floor.
On the ground floor is a fitted kitchen with dining area and a sitting room to the front of the property with a warming open fire and Sky TV.
There is a lovely rear garden providing an ideal sun trap when relaxing with a drink and a book.
A five minute walk brings you to the traditional working harbour and the modern marina with its visitor centre and array of cafes.
Further along the shore are Arbroath’s famous long sandy beaches and cliffs.
There is superb walking and cycling along the coastal routes with superb views accompanying you, as well as the wide range of wildlife.
No trip to Arbroath would be complete without the traditional Arbroath Smokie, and there are still many manufacturers around the harbour.
Golfers are well served too with a links course in Arbroath, Carnoustie only 6 miles away and St Andrews 28 miles.
A delightful coastal holiday home with plenty of attractions for the whole family.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x lower ground floor king-size double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. Bathroom with free-standing bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Lower ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Lower ground floor utility with pool table. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Carnoustie 8 miles; Dundee 16 miles; St Andrews 30 miles.
An ancient port, Arbroath’s status as a town can be dated from 1178, when Arbroath Abbey was founded. The Abbey was subsequently consecrated in 1197 and there is a dedication to Saint Thomas Becket in the Abbey. The famous Declaration of Arbroath, the desire for Scottish self-determination, was signed in the Abbey in 1320. Arbroath’s influence grew over the subsequent centuries and particularly during the Industrial Revolution through the flax and jute industries, as well as fishing with the town boasting one of the largest fishing ports in Scotland by the 20th century. It is known for its long sandy beaches, as well as the Arbroath Smokie, with its haddock, traditionally salted overnight, dried, and then smoked over a hardwood fire. There are several traditional smokehouses around the harbour, with many well worth a visit, as well as excellent restaurants for fine dining. With lots of coastal walking and cycling, as well as golf courses and Carnoustie only 8 miles along the coast, there are plenty of attractions and activities in an around this lovely coastal town.