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Views toward the spectacular house
Spacious hot tub overlooking the garden
Lovely spacious lounge with roaring open fire, perfect for those cooler evenings
 Relax on the comfy Harris Tweed sofas
Wonderful well-equipped kitchen
Fantastic dining room leading through to the games room
Enjoy dining in
Splendid master bedroom
 Master bedrooms en-suite stylish bathroom
Wonderful double bedroom
Double bedroom's stylish en-suite bathroom
Leading down, the lovely period staircase
Light and bright twin
The stylish downstairs twin bedoom
Downstairs stylish bathroom located next to the twin bedroom
Lovely bunk bedroom
Games room perfect for kids and adults alike
Enjoy a game of pool in the evening
Step outside to the wondeful enclosed private front garden
Beautiful mature spacious enclosed garden
Admire the glen garden views
Explore the splendid countyside of Glen Clova
 Enjoy the magnificent glen views directly from the property
Views towards this spacious period detached house
1 / 24  Views toward the spectacular house
2 / 24  Spacious hot tub overlooking the garden
3 / 24  Lovely spacious lounge with roaring open fire, perfect for those cooler evenings
4 / 24   Relax on the comfy Harris Tweed sofas
5 / 24  Wonderful well-equipped kitchen
6 / 24  Fantastic dining room leading through to the games room
7 / 24  Enjoy dining in
8 / 24  Splendid master bedroom
9 / 24   Master bedrooms en-suite stylish bathroom
10 / 24  Wonderful double bedroom
11 / 24  Double bedroom's stylish en-suite bathroom
12 / 24  Leading down, the lovely period staircase
13 / 24  Light and bright twin
14 / 24  The stylish downstairs twin bedoom
15 / 24  Downstairs stylish bathroom located next to the twin bedroom
16 / 24  Lovely bunk bedroom
17 / 24  Games room perfect for kids and adults alike
18 / 24  Enjoy a game of pool in the evening
19 / 24  Step outside to the wondeful enclosed private front garden
20 / 24  Beautiful mature spacious enclosed garden
21 / 24  Admire the glen garden views
22 / 24  Explore the splendid countyside of Glen Clova
23 / 24   Enjoy the magnificent glen views directly from the property
24 / 24  Views towards this spacious period detached house

Brandy Burn House

Glen Clova, Angus
Sleeps 10
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
5 star
Downstairs bedroom
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Hot tub
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Luxurious detached spacious period house with magnificent views towards Glen Doll
  • Enjoy a dip in the private hot tub and admire the splendid scenery
  • Relax in the evenings in front of the lounges roaring open fire after an epic day out
  • Play a game of pool and listen to your favourite music on the iPod dock in the games room
  • Short walk to the nearby restaurant with traditional bar
  • Located in the Cairngorms National Park, perfect for all outdoor pursuits
Property code: 60236

This wonderful property is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, within The Cairngorms National Park. With private hot tub, open fire and games room with pool table to enjoy!

This stunning period farmhouse sits proudly in the south-east corner of the Cairngorms National Park waiting to offer its guests a peaceful retreat in the stunning Scottish Highlands. Situated in a secluded position at the foot of Glen Doll in one of Angus’ five spectacular glens, Glen Clova, the area has an abundance of natural beauty all year round with lots of rare wildlife to spot, including eagles, red squirrels and roe deer. 15 miles south is the town of Kirriemuir, known as the ‘Gateway to the Glens’ is an excellent base for exploring the braes of Angus and is home to the birthplace of Peter Pan author, JM Barrie, which is now owned by the National Trust. This property offers guests the opportunity to go off-grid for a while, as the phone signal is intermittent and the Wi-Fi drops out frequently, but with panoramic views, a large garden, a games room and your own private hot tub, the outside world will become a distant thought.

This beautifully refurbished former Manse, has copious amounts of space allowing guests to socialise together, but also to escape to their own quiet corner for a moment of peace and solitude. The light, contemporary colours blend effortlessly with the period features and traditional furniture to create a timeless elegance, whilst the various tartan and check fabrics add touches of Scottish character.

You enter the house into the hallway where you can discard coats and muddy boots. The lounge is large with a roaring open-fire as its focal point, so you can relax into the Harris tweed sofas at the end of the day and unwind. The separate dining room is also spacious with plenty of seating for everyone and is adjacent to the games room where you can partake in a spot of after-dinner pool.

Also on the ground floor is the bright, contemporary kitchen which is well-equipped and has another dining table for less formal meals. Next to the kitchen, there is a utility room for washing outdoor kit and a handy boot room. There are also two bedrooms and a bathroom on this floor. There is a lovely bunk room and tranquil twin, both have views over the garden and share an elegant bathroom.

Upstairs, there are three further bedrooms: a king-size master and double, both with en-suite bathrooms with a separate roll-top bath and shower; and a twin room. All bedrooms are immaculately presented with views of the surrounding countryside.

Outside, the views from the large garden are amazing and you can soak them up from the comfort of the dining area and hot tub, with a morning coffee or evening dram of whisky. There is ample off-road parking. Please note: this property is one of two at this location and is owned by the same people as the Glen Cova Hotel 1.5 miles away, where you can use their WiFi if necessary.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 5 bedrooms – 1 king-size, 2 twins, 1 double and 1 bunk
  • 1 bathroom and 2 en-suite bathrooms
  • Electric Aga oven, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, wine cooler and microwave
  • Utility room - with a washing machine and tumble dyer
  • Private hot tub
  • Games room - with a pool table, iPod docking station and a selection of board games
  • Open fire in lounge – first basket of logs included
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi available can be intermittent due to rural location there is stronger Wi-Fi available at the on site hotel, which is owned by the same owner
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • The property is on a shooting estate please keep dogs under control at all times
  • Shops 12 miles
  • On site pub and restaurant within walking distance
  • Complex of properties
  • Bike store available
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Charcoal BBQ available
  • Private water supply

With such splendid scenery, there is a wealth of outdoor activities to choose from in this beautiful area of Scotland. Munro-baggers can bag two-for-one with Munro twins Driesh and Mayar only 20 miles away in 'one of the easiest Munro days' and with Ben Tirran only a mile away, you can continue to improve on your tally. Mountain bikers and climbers also have many options available to them in the local area, as do fishing and canoeing enthusiasts with Loch Brandy less than a mile away. Wildlife enthusiasts will not need to wander far to spot some of the unique Scottish wildlife, but you could visit RSPB Loch of Kinnordy Reserve (15 miles) where you may be lucky enough to see majestic ospreys fishing. If flora is more your speciality, explore the uplands at Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve where you can see rare alpine plants, and of course there is likely to be eagles and peregrine falcons soaring overhead.

You should also spend time wandering around the town of Kirriemuir, which has many museums, statues and monuments as well as a Camera Obscura (the only one in the world in a cricket pavilion) that was gifted to the town by JM Barrie. JM Barrie's birthplace is also a must for anyone out there who doesn't want to grow up.

This property is personally managed by Lisa.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 8 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Peter 20th December 2019

A very lovely house in a stunning location. Very well maintained and equipped, the hues gave us all the amenities we could have wished for. Having the Glen Clova hotel only yards away made it even better. Tried the Climbers Bar a few times too!!! We will be back!!

Reviewed by Hilary 22nd November 2019

Brandy Burn House was extremely comfortable,well equipped and very cosy. The staff at the hotel were extremely helpful too.

Reviewed by Deirdre 1st November 2019

The house is beautifully furnished and very well equipped. We were there as four couples and slight drawback was one couple had to use the twin room upstairs and had to share the bathroom on the ground floor. Hot tub is an added bonus. We had a great weekend.

Reviewed by Paul 26th October 2019

Hotel staff allowing Tescos in to deliver our shopping absolutely fab as we were delayed. Everyone helpful Location is great for walkers or anglers but good hour drive for any other activities/amenities Basics tea /coffee provided also milk and fresh juice need to take oven gloves and tea towels

Reviewed by Thelma 18th October 2019

Beautiful house set in lovely grounds surrounded by stunning scenery. The house is very tastefully decorated , spacious and cosy. Good lay out perfect for a family gathering, however for 10 adults the bunk bedroom is a restricted area and not as spacious as the other bedrooms really more suitable for children .

Reviewed by Nanette 13th September 2019

Our family of eight spent a lovely weekend in Brandy Burn House. The house was spacious and cosy when required! The large kitchen is equipped with everything required for cooking snacks to family meals using the two ovens! The games room was the most popular room in the house and used by all ages at all times of the day. There were also plenty of bRead moreoard games and books. The hot tub was big enough for us all and was maintained daily. We would love to visit Glen Cova again. Hide

Reviewed by John 11th April 2019

This property was exactly what it says in the description and spotlessly clean. Excellent quiet location. Logs provided for the log fire. All staff we met were very pleasant and helpful. Thanks for the advice to visit Johnshaven - an excellent traditional fishing port.

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Views toward the spectacular house
Spacious hot tub overlooking the garden
Lovely spacious lounge with roaring open fire, perfect for those cooler evenings
 Relax on the comfy Harris Tweed sofas
Wonderful well-equipped kitchen
Fantastic dining room leading through to the games room
Enjoy dining in
Splendid master bedroom
 Master bedrooms en-suite stylish bathroom
Wonderful double bedroom
Double bedroom's stylish en-suite bathroom
Show 12 moreLeading down, the lovely period staircase

Location

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