“Castleton house, former hotel, is ...”
Castleton house, former hotel, is an amazing property. We are family of 12 couples including 2 children and 2 dogs. The house was perfect for us as everyone had as much privacy as they needed with all en suite rooms, but could be very sociable with the huge communal rooms. The lounge was huge with no TV and log fire, so evenings spent drinking whisky and playing games with enough comfy seats for us all. The dining room was lovely place to have dinner together, next to kitchen so easy to serve up ...
Castleton house, former hotel, is an amazing property. We are family of 12 couples including 2 children and 2 dogs. The house was perfect for us as everyone had as much privacy as they needed with all en suite rooms, but could be very sociable with the huge communal rooms. The lounge was huge with no TV and log fire, so evenings spent drinking whisky and playing games with enough comfy seats for us all. The dining room was lovely place to have dinner together, next to kitchen so easy to serve up and rectangle table that sat all of us very comfortably. The old bar is still there from when was a hotel and we all had fun making cocktails and 'playing bartender'!. The hot tub was fab and perfect temperature and the snooker room was amazing and both used so much by us all. The dogs had use of garden which was huge and they played outside happily with a little woodland walk that went round the perimeter. The house had everything we needed, the kitchen was extremely well stocked as everything still there from when was catering as a hotel and cosy TV room with sky including sky sports for anyone that did want to watch. We did all manage to squeeze in to watch strictly!! Verity was there to meet us and show us round, and the Colin and Karen were on hand in the house next door if we needed anything and they were all really friendly. If you enjoy walking, then we drove to walks in forests and the national parks as we have dogs didn't want to walk on roads, but you can walk from the house if you want. We did call into few towns around but didn't visit Glamis castle but was told it's lovely. St Andrews was stunning and had bracing walk on beach before best fish and chips ever in the town, highly recommend if you get chance. The only option I scored lower than perfect was the cleanliness and that was only because a couple of the bathrooms weren't as clean as could be and loads of cobwebs everywhere but that wasn't problem as to be expected in house that size and age. We were the last party to stay in Castleton house as it's being sold. It's such a shame cos we would go back tomorrow. I hope whoever buys it gives it all the love and attention the house deserves as such a beautiful property.
- Hot tub
- Four poster bed
- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Sky TV
- Broadband / WiFi
Glamis 3 miles. Something very special.
Enjoy a country break in style in this six bedroom luxury house set just 3 miles from the conservation village of Glamis in the beautiful rolling countryside of Angus.
This beautifully presented holiday home offers accommodation to the highest standard and boasts six double bedrooms (one of which has a four poster bed), all with en-suite facilities.
The sitting room retains a traditional country house feel with an open fire, piano and views over the grounds.
An extensive dining room is complemented by a fully fitted bar to entertain in style.
The theme of elegant relaxation continues into the snooker room with its full-size antique snooker table, plus outside there is an extensive stone patio, illuminated by pretty lighting, with a large dining table, an outdoor pizza/smoker oven and an 8-seater hot tub!
There is much to enjoy in the area surrounding this holiday cottage with access to walking, cycling, fishing, seasonal skiing, shooting as well as enjoying horse racing at Perth.
Magnificent Glamis Castle is nearby and the beautiful Angus Glens offer plentiful walking, whilst the famous Carnoustie Golf Links is a short drive away and is a must see for golfers.
An amazing luxury holiday home for family and friends.
Six double bedrooms (one with a four poster bed) with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. 2 x ground floor basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with breakfast area. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with open fire and upright piano. Snooker room.
- Oil central heating with open fire
- Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Sky, DVD, CD, telephone, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair available on request
- Off road parking for 6 cars
- Bike storage
- Front and rear lawned gardens with furniture, plus rear patio with 8-seater hot tub, furniture and pizza/smoker oven
- Three well-behaved dogs welcome
- Shop and pub 3 miles
- Note: Guests can take advantage of a 10% discount at a local restaurant, please contact the owner for details
- Note: The owner can provide a catering service to guests by prior arrangement
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About the location
Kirriemuir 5 miles; Forfar 5 miles; Dundee 12 miles.
The conservation village of Glamis in Angus is best known for being the childhood home of the Queen Mother at Glamis Castle. Glamis is home to the Angus Folk Museum which is run by the National Trust for Scotland and which recreates scenes of Scottish rural life in a row of stone cottages. Just five miles from Glamis is the lovely red sandstone town of Kirriemuir in the valley of Strathmore, regarded as the gateway to the Angus Glens, which offers some of Scotland's most unspoiled landscape. The town is home to the birthplace of novelist JM Barrie, creator of the much-loved children's character Peter Pan and the house is now a museum looked after by the National Trust for Scotland. A statue of Peter Pan can be found in the town. Forfar is home to the Meffan Museum or you can visit the historic Pictish Stones at Meigle, while the Angus Glens offer great hill walking and climbing. With a fine variety of shops, hotels and pubs in the town and surrounding area, there is something here to suit all tastes.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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