Midtown Farmhouse, Forfar

Holiday Cottage: 5153 Angus

Midtown farmhouse looking north

Cottage's own web site
Surrounded by the beautiful Angus countryside and with stunning views, Midtown Farmhouse is a fantastic base for touring this wonderful part of Scotland.

The property is a traditionally built cottage, which has been newly refurbished to the highest standard providing spacious and comfortable holiday accommodation.

Downstairs a cosy sitting room with lovely open fire is ideal for relaxing in, whilst a further sitting room with dining area benefits from a wood burning stove, and leads through to a well equipped kitchen.

Upstairs two comfortable bedrooms make this charming cottage ideal for families and groups of friends alike.

Situated at the foot of the Angus Glens walkers will love the area, with walks ranging from gentle low level strolls to the more challenging Munros, ten in total including Dreish, Mayar and Mount Keen.

Head to the sea where beautiful sandy beaches and occasional outcrops of cliffs make the Angus coastline some of the most spectacular scenery along Scotland's eastern edge with the North Sea.

For nature lovers there is the RSPB Nature reserve at Loch of Kinnordy, 10 miles away, where migrant species provide interest all year round from ospreys in the summer to Whooper swans in the winter, or visit the Montrose Basin where the Nature Reserve provides a perfect habitat for many species of birds.

For golfers there are many top class courses in the area including the Championship course at Carnoustie, home of the Open 2007, and St Andrews is within an hour's drive. With Glamis Castle, childhood home of the Queen Mother, and Scone Palace a short journey away there is something for everyone in Angus.

Ground Floor - Sitting room with open fire, living room with dining area and seating area centred round wood burning stove, fully equipped galley kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath, WC and wash hand basin.

1st Floor - Double bedroom, twin bedroom and WC with wash hand basin.

National Trust for Scotland Properties including Barrie's Birthplace, The Angus Folk Museum and the House of Dun.

Golf - Carnoustie, St Andrews and Gleneagles all within easy reach, in addition to many excellent local courses.

Hillwalking - many Munros in the area
Climbing and ice climbing - many well known routes in the area including Winter Corrie and Corrie Fee.

Fishing - world class salmon rivers of the North and South Esk in addition to many smaller rivers, lochs and coastal fishing.

Horse riding and pony trekking.

Biking - many picturesque cycle routes for all abilities.
Field and countryside sports opportunities abound.

  • Immediate access to Angus Glens from back gate.
  • Recently renovated to high standard.

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living room
living room
dining area
dining area

Sleeps:   6
Bedrooms:   2
Cot Available:   No
Disabled Facilities: No.

Linen Provided: Yes.
Sheets and towels provided
Pets Allowed: Yes.
Well behaved ones only please
Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: Yes.
Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No.

Outdoor Facilities: Yes.
South facing decked area, garden furniture and BBQ

Directions will be sent once a booking has been made.
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Pricing and Opening Times
Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

Low Season: £400.00 per week.
Mid Season: £450.00 pwr wwwk.
High Season £480.00 per week.
Peak Season: £520.00.
Festive £550.00 / £600.00.

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