Nestling in a tranquil rural setting this stylish semi-detached property, refurbished in spring 2016, benefits from breathtaking panoramic countryside views over the Grampian Mountains and out to sea
The Grampian Mountains in the Highlands occupy almost half the total land area of Scotland and include many of the highest mountains in the British Isles, including Ben Nevis and the Cairngorms. This beautiful bungalow enjoys breathtaking panoramic views of the ranges and offers easy access to be able to explore them. Sleeping up to six, this property is perfect for a big family getaway where you can explore the Angus coastline, try your hand at windsurfing or canoeing, and the best news is that up to two furry friends can come along for the adventure too.
Set across a single level, this bungalow would be a good choice for anyone with mobility issues. The warm and welcoming lounge features a gas-effect fire that casts a cosy glow across the oak flooring and comfortable corner sofa. There is a separate dining area with plenty of room for everyone to sit and enjoy a delicious meal that has been prepared in the well-equipped kitchen. The three bedrooms are all good sizes and offer weary guests a relaxing place to snooze after a busy day exploring the local area.
Just 3 miles from the parish of Carmyllie, here you’ll find a delightful farm shop selling a range of fresh seasonal vegetables and fruit along with a delicatessen and coffee shop selling delicious goodies and hot drinks. The larger town of Arbroath is just 7 miles away and offers a more extensive range of supermarkets and shops. Whilst in the area, take a trip to Arbroath Abbey where you can view the most famous document in Scottish history – the Declaration of Arbroath.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.