Angus is a Scottish District of rich fertile farmland, interspersed with mountains, lochs, woodland and seashore bordered by Dundee and the Firth of Tay to the South, Aberdeenshire and Royal Deeside to the North and The Angus Glens that define the area to the West. Apart from the famous beef that is produced within the District, it is an area of outstanding natural beauty with opportunities to enjoy many outdoor activities and a rich cultural heritage.
In addition to the beauty spots linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following for your consideration: Arbroath Cliffs Nature Trail, Brechin Bridge, Loch of Kinnordy Nature reserve, Mains of Ethie Walks, St Cyrus Beach Nature Reserve and Montrose Basin Nature Reserve.
In addition to the attractions linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following for your consideration: Brechin Museum, Meffan Gallery, Forfar Museum, Glenesk Folk Museum, Kirriemuir Aviation Museum, Mill of Benholm, Montrose Museum, Pictavia Museum Brechin and William Lamb Memorial Studio.
The most significant Birdwatching location in Angus is the Montrose Basin which has a visitor centre and is also a wildlife reserve over 750 hectares. The reserve attracts pink-footed geese, sedge warblers and large numbers of ducks, waders and swans. Also we recommend Seaton Cliffs near Arbroath (for turnstone, purple sandpiper, house martin, fulmar, herring gull, arctic tern, eider and gannet), Balgavies Loch near Forfar (for Mallard and tufted duck, greylag geese, wigeon, pochard, shoveller, teal, goldeneye, goosander, pink-footed geese and osprey), Loch of Lintrathen near Kirriemuir (for tufted duck, shoveler, great crested grebe, mallard, coot, heron and osprey)
Angus is covered in ancient heritage and archeological sites particularly from the pictish era. In addition to the heritage or archeological sites linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following for your consideration: Finavon Doocot, Tealing Earth House, The Caterthuns, Ardestie &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Carlungie Earth Houses, Eassie Sculptured Stone, St Orlands Stone and St Vigeans Museum. We also recommend two additional religious sites: Brechin Cathedral and Kinneff Old Church and two Monuments: The Airlie Monument and The Captain Scott &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Dr. Wilson Cairn
There are two significant Ancient castles recommended by Private House Stays in the Angus region: Glamis Castle and Edzell Castle. They both have significantly beautiful gardens and Glamis also has beautiful interiors open to the public and many extra events organised to make for a full day out.
In addition to the gardens linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following for your consideration: The gardens at Edzell Castle, Glamis Castle, Forfar Country Park and Pitmuies Garden. House of Dun is also a Mansion House open to the public designed by Adam.
The activities that we especially recommend that will keep children entertained in the Angus region include the links below and also Kerrs Miniature Railway and Pleasureland
Newton Farm Holidays
Rest & revive on our tranquil working farm 2 miles off A90, in Angus. 4* B&B with 1 superior family room & 1 cottage. - Find out more
Kescoweth a bed and breakfast experience to leave you relaxed and replenished. We would like to share the views that will stun you and countryside that will amaze you. - Find out more
Croftsmuir Steading B&B
Croftsmuir Steading enjoys a quiet location, 15 minutes from Arbroath, in the heart of Angus and only 30 minutes northeast of Dundee - Find out more
A warm welcome awaits guests at The Hermitage B & B Montrose , quality 3 star Bed and Breakfast accommodation - a beautiful 1920’s C listed Arts and Crafts house - Find out more