This fabulous stylish detached period cottage with wood burner and beautiful enclosed mature gardens is nestled in a wonderful rural idyllic setting, in the heart of the spectacular Angus Glens.
This gorgeous cottage in a secluded spot close to Glen Doll in one of Angus’ five spectacular glens, Glen Clova, is an ideal rural retreat for friends/families to relax in style. 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 – you may even be lucky enough to spot something in the cottage’s mature, enclosed garden. Just 10 miles south is the town of Kirriemuir, known as the ‘Gateway to the Glens’, which 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.
Muted, period colours and rustic charm are blended effortlessly with contemporary design to create a stunning property, whilst a few quirky features add interest.
You arrive in the hall where there is plenty of seating and storage for outdoor gear. Moving through into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, light floods in to add to the feeling of space. The modern and well-equipped kitchen allows everyone to help with the cooking and has French doors leading outside, whilst the lounge has comfortable sofas to sink into whether you’re watching TV or admiring the view. There is also a second lounge with unusual bench-like seating and a wood burner. The ground floor has a handy utility room as well as a quirky super king-size bedroom, where the bed is in its own recessed den. There is an immaculate en-suite shower room too.
Upstairs, you’ll find two further king-size bedrooms, which are both large, beautifully decorated and enjoy views over Glen Cova, and a bathroom.
Outside, there is plenty of space to enjoy, whether it’s with a morning coffee, a dram of whisky or for a spot of stargazing. There is plenty of parking.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.