Cosy, holiday homes set in beautiful
scenery in the valley of Strathmore.
Excellent fishing at Loch
Lintrathen by arrangement and beautiful walks in the Angus Glens.
Choice of restaurants and Inns within 10 minutes
drive. Glenisla hotel, the Strathmore Arms and the Tavern at Glamis.
Tour Glamis Castle, childhood home of H.R.H.
Queen Elizabeth the late Queen Mother and birthplace of the late Princess
Margaret. Visit Kirriemuir,
the birthplace of J.M.Barrie, author of Peter Pan. Arbroath Abbey.
Alyth - Strathmore and Glenisla, Blairgowrie, Glenshee, Kirriemuir,
Arbroath, Carnoustie and Montrose as well as
over fifty courses within one hours
Near to Meigle Pictish Stone Museum, Scone Palace, Pictavia at Brechin,
Discovery Point and Verdant Works in Dundee.
Glenisla is a rural community, an area of live-stock farming
and forestry. Many talented Crafts folk work in the area.
Ample wildlife abounds in the form of deer, pheasants and many field birds.
Heron are often seen and Ospreys may be viewed nearby.
Glenisla Highland Games are held each August with Gathering on the banks of
the Isla at the foot of Mount Blair.
Around one hour to Aberdeen and Edinburgh and forty-five minutes to
Edinburgh / Rosyth ferry port.
Tariff: from £200 - £400 per week (please
note there is a £50 deposit payable on booking)
How to find
Purgavie Farm House and self catering holiday homes:
From Kirriemuir take the B951 glen Isla road,
six miles. Purgavie Farm b&b and self catering cottages signposted at the
Moira and David Clark, Purgavie Farmhouse
Self Catering holiday cottage rentals,
Glenisla, Kirriemuir, Angus, DD8 5HZ
Tel: Fax 01575 560213
for both include:
Microwave oven, electric cooker,
Electric total control heating, bath/shower room,
Coloured television, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing
Machine, tumble dryer, parking,
Private water supply, £1 electric meter
Pay Telephone: 01575 560364
All linen is supplied.
Entry 4.00pm vacated please by 10.00am
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