Nantusi Cottage

Kirriemuir, Perthshire

Sleeps 6 | 3 Bedrooms | Pet-Friendly | Reviews

Key Information

Price range
from 313 to 1098 GBP per week 3 Bedroom Cottage
2 Bathrooms
Pets welcome
Swimming Pool, Sauna,

Accommodation Summary: Cottage sleeps 6 Scotland Central.


KEY: Vacant Booked Change-over day

July 2019
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Availability information last updated on 21/07/2019
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Cottage in Scotland Central.

Key Holiday Home Information:

Dog-Friendly, up to 1 dog(s) welcome by arrangement.
Family-Friendly, Facilities include: Cot, Highchair.

Nearest Airport and Railway Station: .
Nearest city or town: Dundee, approximately 21 miles away.
Type of self-catering holiday: Pet-friendly cottage near the Cairngorms with access to swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna.
Short Breaks and weekend breaks: all year round

About this Kirriemuir dogs welcome Cottage for 6

If youíre after a peaceful country cottage in the very heart of Scotlandís Angus county, consid-er staying at Nantusi Cottage. Itís a delightful country cottage whose three bedrooms and two bath-rooms make it an ideal size for both families and groups of friends. It can comfortably accommo-date a total of six people and since itís pet friendly, you can bring along your dog as well. Two of the bedrooms are doubles (one is on the ground floor) and the third is a twin. As for the bathrooms the upstairs one has a shower and WC, while the downstairs one has a second WC for guestsí conven-ience, plus a shower/bathtub combination. The kitchen is fully fitted and blends in seamlessly with both the living and dining areas thanks to the downstairs open plan design, which gives the cottage a very spacious feel to it. Off-road parking is available and thereís enough spaces for three cars in total.

While staying here, you have shared access to a number of facilities, including the ownersí indoor pool, Jacuzzi and sauna, as well as the garden, which comes with a patio area complete with BBQ facilities. If youíre keen to explore the area, you'll find the hamlet is a great spot for both walking and cycling thanks to its charming countryside scenery. A short drive away is the town of Kirriemuir, which serves as the gateway to the Angus Glens, five unspoiled valleys that are part of the Cairngorms National Park; theyíre well worth visiting if youíre keen to discover some of Scot-landís most breathtaking natural landscapes. Kirriemuir has plenty of local shops, restaurants and museums to discover and is known as the birthplace of the novelist and playwright J.M.Barrie, the author of Peter Pan.

Facts about this holiday accommodation in Kirriemuir.

  • Lounge with: TV, DVD player
  • Kitchen with: , Microwave, Dishwasher, Washing Machine
  • 3 bedrooms.
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Parking
  • Central Heating

Entertainment and/or Leisure Facilities on Offer: heated swimming pool () , Sauna , Jacuzzi

Flexible changeover day: No

Recommended Attractions near Kirriemuir: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the rugged landscapes of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. The beautiful countryside of Dumfries and Galloway is littered with fortresses and strongholds, testimony to its dramatic history. Moving north, the Highlands are to Scotland what the Pyrenees are to France, with equally breathtaking scenery and fantastic opportunities for walking and mountaineering. Aviemore and the Cairngorms National Park are particularly famous for skiing, whilst Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain at 1343m, is a firm favourite for those seeking a challenge. For the less energetic, the Whisky Trail provides a unique way of exploring many of Scotland's attractions and for quieter moments, there's always Loch Ness and a chance to spot the elusive monster! Scotland also has some of Britain's best and cleanest beaches. Cromarty is famous for its bottle-nosed dolphins and Nairn, whilst claiming to be one of the sunniest and driest places in the country, has glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Several islands lie off the Scottish coast, each with their own character and heritage, however the Isle of Skye is probably the best known and most visited. As the largest of the Inner Hebrides, Skye's turbulent geological past has bequeathed it a stunning coastline. Experienced walkers are drawn to the Black Cuillin Mountains, whilst those less experienced have an array of lower level coastal walks from which to choose or alternatively, visitors can take some time to visit Skye's capital, the charming harbour town of Portree.

More about the Location:
Pub Nearby, Golf Course nearby, Outdoor Pursuits available nearby: Walking, cycling, golf. Please check Description for more information about activities.

Short Breaks: Yes, minimum 3 nights

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