- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
1 Customer Review(s)
“We felt very safe in the cottage in respect of Covid 19.”
The standard of furnishings, fittings and equipment and cleanliness was very high.
The standard of furnishings, fittings and equipment and cleanliness was very high. There is a lovely garden and it would have been great to have the chance weatherwise to sit out and enjoy it. There are lovely open views all around, even a glimpse of the sea, and amazing sunrises if you get up early enough. Rhona is a welcoming host and responded immediately when the shower cubicle sprang a leak. It was a new part of Scotland to us and we loved the scenery inland and along the coast.
Enjoying a rural position on the outskirts of the bustling old harbour of Arbroath, is this well-appointed property, Glennie.
This countryside retreat is perfect for a family seeking to explore the delights of this town or travel slightly further afield to the Cairngorms National Park to discover miles of walking and cycling routes upon the rolling Scottish hills.The interior of the property enjoys a refreshing colour palette, carefully selected furnishings and everything you could possibly need to enjoy a week-long break.
Find two well-presented bedrooms, comprising of a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, both with TV’s and large wardrobes.
The charm of the property is continued into the kitchen, where the designated chef of the group will find everything necessary to rustle up a home-cooked meal which can be enjoyed around the dining table or during a summer’s evening upon the decked area, where you can soak up your surroundings as you plan the days ahead.
After dinner, relax in the lounge window seat and admire the stunning views or cosy down on the sofa with a good book.
If you can tear yourself away from this delightful base, a short car journey will bring you to the bustling port of Arbroath, where plentiful bars, pubs and restaurants await you, as well as a number of shops for picking up the essentials. Whilst here, be sure to try an Arbroath Smokie - Arbroath’s world famous delicacy is a line-caught haddock smoke-cured over smouldering oak chips and is available in a number of shops and restaurants around the harbour.
For those feeling active, look forward to strolling along red sandstone cliffs admiring the magnitude of inlets, caves and arches.
Lunan Bay is a stunning beach only 10 minutes drive away.
Alternatively, venture further afield to the city of Dundee where you will be spoilt for choice by the amenities that await you – the recently opened V&A museum, McManus Museum, Foxlake watersports at the quay are all waiting to be discovered.
The village of Glamis boasts HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mothers childhood home, Glamis Castle as well as The Gin Bothy and Strathmore Vintage Transport Museum.
Glennie is an idyllic base for exploring this corner of Scotland with your loved ones.
Note: This property can be booked with Munro Ref. 1009824, together sleeping up to 11 people.
- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
- Sitting room
- Central heating
- Electric oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, WiFi and good 3G/4G coverage
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair available
- Pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Ample off-road parking
- Decked area with table and chairs
- Pub and shop within 4.6 miles
- Note: Although the property is all one level it is accessed via one stone step with handrail
- Note: This property is nearby a working farm and is accessed via a tarred farm road
- Note: There are ducks and sheep in the nearby fields hence dogs must be under control or on lead in these areas
- Check in is from 4pm
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.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute