Superior bed and breakfast in beautiful Angus
countryside, Angus Glens,
bordering Perthshire Scotland
Scotland, incredible wildlife and magnificent
walks and views from
family home off the beaten track yet
close to Alyth, Blairgowrie, Kirriemuir, Dunkeld, Birnam,
Perth, Pitlochry, Kirriemuir and Forfar
Walk the Cateran trail north east Scotland, from West Freuchies. Spacious and comfortable, guest bedrooms are tastefully furnished
with subtle colours and luxury fabrics and furnishings creating
a calm, relaxing ambience. All three are available as either double
or twin, versatility afforded by our super-king sized zip and link
beds. All have a colour TV, welcome tray and hairdryer. We have
a flexible approach to guest’s requirements - extra bedding
is provided as standard.
Both first floor bedrooms, with their
charming coombed ceilings, enjoy spectacular views over the Isla
glen, surrounding hills, heather clad moors and the Glenisla Forest.
Both benefit from modern, well appointed en-suite shower rooms. Our
third bedroom is on the ground floor to facilitate easy access.
room has part-panelled walls and two, south facing, windows
overlooking our extensive landscaped grounds. Nearby bird feeders,
attracting many species in large numbers, add to the spectacle.
Adjacent to the bedroom door is its luxurious private bathroom with
bath and separate shower cubicle.
Relax in our large and comfortably furnished
residents' sitting room. For your enjoyment there is a large TV
and video library .also a selection of games and books. A comprehensive
selection of reference books and brochures covering the wildlife
and local area walks, tours and attractions ensures our guests are
always well informed. A drinks chilling cabinet is also provided
for your convenience.
In fine weather you could sit out on the sitting
room’s sunny balcony and enjoy the peace and tranquillity
of the area.
The discerning guest will appreciate our attractive
breakfast room with its quality oak furniture where a superb choice
of great Scottish breakfast fare awaits you every morning. We place
great emphasis on the importance of an excellent breakfast to prepare
guests for the day’s activities.
From the direction of Perth in the South travel to Blairgowrie
then take the A926 East to Alyth.
Continue on to the roundabout and take the second exit signed B954 Glenisla. Approx 10 miles, the route is well signed.
Look for the River Isla alongside the road on your left and afterwards,
our sign at the start of a Forestry Commission road on the right.
Follow this road for half a mile.
Entrance to West Freuchies on the right hand side flanked by
large stone pillars.
Travelling from Aberdeen/Royal Deeside
and the north of Scotland:
Take the A93 from Braemar, signposted Blairgowrie.
About 5 miles past the Spittal of Glenshee,
watch out for the B951 junction on the
Follow that road through Glenisla village (Glenisla Hotel is on your left).
The road bends to the right and then sharply to the left before exiting the village.
Take the next turn sharply left where the West Freuchies sign is positioned.
Follow the Forestry Commission road for half a mile.
West Freuchies Bed and breakfast situated on the hillside offers
panoramic views of
Glenisla and surrounding
Perthshire hills and distant peaks of the Cairngorms.
Glen Isla, the most westerly of the five glens, is the only one with a through route accessng the north and south. It is one of the many beautiful glens, such as Glen Prosen, Glen Lethnot, Glen Clova and Glen Doll, which comprise the popular Angus Glens. Each has its own special characteristics and all are well worth a visit. Glenisla is also one of the stopovers on the popular Cateran Trail, a circular walk of 64 miles normally completed in five stages. The trail is named after the cattle rustlers of the 15th-17th centuries and uses ancient paths through glens, hills and farmland.
Please click for larger images of superior b&b Angus Glens Scotland
Easily accessable from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen, the house and landscaped grounds are set in tranquil countryside in the heart of Scotland.
Angus glens garden in Glen isla
north east Scotland
Super king bed Angus Glens
North east Scotland - Angus Glens
Sitting room view over Angus Glens
Scotland, Glen isla, superior dinner bed and breakfast in a magnificent setting off the beaten track. Perfect for walking the Perthshire Hills, Angus Glens
and the Cateran Trail
A circular walk of Blairgowrie, Bridge of Cally Glenshee Glenisla, Alyth.
Fish the rivers Tay, Isla, Ericht, Lintrathen and Backwater reservoirs
Taste scotch whisky in nearby distilleries and follow the Castle Trail of
Glamis Castle, Blair Atholl and Scone Palace, Huntingtower, Braemar and Royal Deeside.
BED & BREAKFAST
Terms and Conditions
Bed and Breakfast
from £32.00 per person per night -
sharing a double or twin room. Single supplement - £10.00
This price includes our breakfast menu.
Occasional evening meals can be provided at additional cost.
There are several good restaurants and hotels in the area which
offer quality daytime and evening meals.
We regret we are unable to process credit cards but
sterling travellers cheques
cheques raised on British banks
(with relevant bank card) and cash are all accepted.
Please contact us for excellent out of season breaks.
Eileen Bridgwater & Oliver Wright
Ample on-site parking. Easy access to north, central and east Scotland.
the historic towns of Aberdeen, Perth, Stirling, St Andrews, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Dunkeld,
Braemar and Royal Deeside.
Scotland whisky distilleries, Dewars
- Aberfeldy, Edradour at Pitlochry,
Grouse Experience, Crieff and many highland malt distilleries.
Huntingtower, Glamis Castle and Scone
Skiing, Glenshee in season.
walking Cairngorms, mountain climbs.
Horseriding - pony trekking Glenisla.
Walk the Cateran
trail, north east Scotland - Glenshee, Glenisla, Blairgowrie, Alyth.
Off-road Driving. Cycle hire.
Fishing / angling on banks and lochs for salmon and trout.
Rosemount, Pitlochry, Kirriemuir, Forfar and Alyth
Clay Pigeon Shooting.
Osprey at Loch of the Lowes)
Pitlochry, Perth and Dundee Theatres.
A vast range of tourist information is available for all of Scotland..