Holiday House Details
Jordanstone House
(16 reviews)
From £3,856 per week
Sleeps 24
13 bedrooms
7 doubles, 2 singles, 4 twins

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 22 Jun 2019Fri 06 Sep 2019£4,407£1,325
Sat 07 Sep 2019Fri 04 Oct 2019£4,407£1,325
Sat 05 Oct 2019Fri 25 Oct 2019£4,407£1,325
Sat 26 Oct 2019Fri 01 Nov 2019£4,407£1,325
Sat 02 Nov 2019Fri 20 Dec 2019£3,856£1,160
Sat 21 Dec 2019Fri 27 Dec 2019£5,510£1,655
Sat 28 Dec 2019Fri 03 Jan 2020£5,510£1,655
Sat 04 Jan 2020Fri 27 Mar 2020£3,856£1,160
Sat 28 Mar 2020Fri 30 Oct 2020£4,407£1,325
Sat 31 Oct 2020Sun 20 Dec 2020£3,856£1,160
Mon 21 Dec 2020Sun 27 Dec 2020£5,510£1,655
Mon 28 Dec 2020Sun 03 Jan 2021£5,510£1,655


Short breaks welcome - 3 days - calculated at 75% of the weekly rate.

Please call our sales team for more details 01738 451 610

Jordanstone is an exceptional country house - beautifully presented and full of style and character, it is a much loved family house. Surrounded by its own gardens, the house has a wonderfully relaxed feel which is perfect for socialising and special celebrations. There is a wing designed by famous architect Robert Lorimer and open fires bring this great house to life with a warm, welcoming feel. The Billiard room and the library are both beautifully panelled and most of the bathrooms are original which all adds to the luxurious status of the property.

Accommodation is excellent with exceptionally spacious rooms and huge light public rooms with large working wood fires, which make ideal socialising areas. Whilst retaining the period features, the large house has been extensively refurbished to include a modernised family kitchen/sitting room and everything you could possibly need to enjoy cooking and eating meals. The many spacious bedrooms are on the first floor and second floor with the majority benefiting from wonderful views across the gardens and fields and the numerous bathrooms mean that there are enough facilities to cope with a full house.

The gardens are delightful, with terraced lawns and borders perfect for ball games and croquet. Inspect the spectacular Victorian glasshouses, some of the largest still in existence, sample the crops of figs, peaches, tomatoes and more. The central double height room can be used as a sitting room with views across the walled garden and formal fountains. A team of gardeners will keep you supplied with produce from the walled garden. Explore the octagonal well house with its views to the formal garden, the garden house adjacent to the croquet lawn and the extensive paths and orchards that surround the house. There is also an all-weather tennis court in the grounds sheltered by attractive planting. There are a network of paths and private roads around the estate which can be explored on foot or bicycle. Close by this beautiful large holiday house there are two golf courses and less than an hour away are the Championship courses of Carnoustie, St Andrews and Gleneagles. There is fishing nearby on the North and South Esk or the famous River Tay and the very attractive Angus Glens, also nearby, are excellent for walking and home to an abundance of wildlife.



Ground floor:

Stone flagged and vaulted vestibule, spacious reception hall/sitting room with armorial fireplace and stove, doors to covered south facing outside terrace, steps to garden, panelled library with open fire, enormous drawing room with tall windows and large open fire, small sitting room with TV, cloakroom/gunroom with WC and double marble WHBs, dining room with large windows and fireplace, butler's pantry with gas range, exceptionally large spacious kitchen/dining room with seating area, huge fireplace & Aga with door to second butler's pantry adjoining with extensive cupboards, freezer, etc.

First floor:

Enormous and light master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with roll top bath and large power shower, WC and double marble topped WHB. Single bedroom with half tester bed. 4 double bedrooms. 2 twin bedrooms. 1 double bedroom with four poster, en-suite bathroom, WC & WHB. 1 single bedroom. 3 bathrooms with WC and WHB, 1 with power shower.

Second floor:

2 twin bedrooms with zip-link matresses and a small 4ft 6ins double room. 1 bathroom with WHB and electric shower. 1 WC and WHB.


Large and spacious billiard room with open fire and bay window, full sized billiard table and table tennis table. Large woodstores, old kitchen and laundry, WC.

Please note:

Short breaks welcome - 3 days - calculated at 75% of the weekly rate.

Please call our sales team for more details 01738 451 610

EPC Rating - F


  • Shops & pubs 1 mile - Alyth
  • Aga
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD player
  • Freezers
  • Fridges
  • Gas range in Butler's pantry
  • Heating & electricity included
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • Open fire - fuel included
  • Private garden
  • TVs
  • Wi-fi access
  • 2 Pets only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet
  • Reviews

    (16 reviews)
    Jordanstone House reviews
    We had a wonderful time celebrating my birthday. The house with all its facilities was almost perfect. We were welcomed by the Caretaker and although there was a bit of a problem understanding him we were made most welcome. The flowers that had been placed in the downstairs rooms were stunning and complemented our surroundings. Upstairs all the bedrooms are lovely but beds perhaps need to be looked at. Also more windows that could be opened we were lucky it wasn’t too warm but it would have been a problem had it been hot. The young folk are all a lot taller and the bed boards at the bottom of beds are a wee bit uncomfortable. Also some more showers for such a large house would be great. Finally we had caterers in on Saturday evening and they had problems with getting ovens to temperature. Thankfully eventually managed to get roast tatties but expressed concerns about coming to this property again because of this. Also champagne glasses would have been nice.
    Mrs Hall - June 2019
    Beautiful location, beautiful grounds, a house you can immediately feel at home in. Lovely and warm with big open fires, and fittings of the highest quality. Very helpful caretaker.
    Mr Rickard - November 2018
    Had an amazing time in an amazing house. A 4 day family get together to celebrate our wedding in Blairgowrie Registry office on the Friday, followed by an informal Blessing in the house on the Saturday. It was perfect for what we needed. Party of 20 adults and 5 grandchildren, it was just the right mix of oldie style oozing with character and history, and yet, modern facilities to ensure everyone was happy. (Especially the young Mum's who did not have to worry about the young kids running around!) We had a mix of self catering (food brought in pre-prepared and also breakfasts cooked on site on the two big AGA type stoves and 3 'kitchens') and the main Saturday celebration was looked after by an external catering company who did us proud. The kitchen table alone was ideal for the numbers we had and so perfect to be able to prepare the food and natter with everyone, all at the same time. One aspect worth considering was the heat output from the AGA stove which was quite stifling at times and exacerbated by the fact that none of the windows could be opened to help cool off. We did eventually acclimatise but this was one of the few negative aspects of the weekend. Easily sufficient, crockery and cutlery, pots and pans etc. and everything worked. One small leak on a stand up fridge but not an issue. The main lounge/function room was perfect. Beautiful room with loads of seating and lovely bright windows all round. Very cosy in the evenings and the open fire was very special and made the room the main area for relaxing and enjoying the wonderful company of family and friends. Bedrooms were a real mixture of styles and layouts. The sharing of toilets and bathrooms worked fine and an indication of the homeliness of the place was finding everyone wandering around in dressing gowns and PJs morning and night. One comment raised was on the oldie style baths, although huge, the overflow 'pipe' arrangements did not allow for too much water to be in the bath but we guess that it is a balance between using too much hot water or not. No real complaints though as showers and baths more than adequate. (Possibly could do with more showers!) One misjudgement on our part, having been to the house for initial inspection and consideration in mid-winter, was to underestimate the heating in the house. Both times we were there, beforehand, the heating was off and made us a little uneasy as to how it would be on the weekend. We were very fortunate to have been blessed with four lovely (unusually warm) days in April but never the less, between the heating and the open fires, I believe that there were easily enough logs provided by the house so don't go ordering a load of logs locally, like we did! (Due to the kitchen being continuously warmed by the stove, we never lit the open fire there). They will keep the caretaker and family warm next winter!! Games room down in the basement with snooker and TT, kids play room with TV and DVD toys etc, and of course the tennis court outside with plenty of rackets and balls was very popular with kids and adults alike. (The weather helped in this respect)The house grounds were 'springing' to life literally with well kept lawns and we all spent a lot of the days outside on the veranda and out the front. Thanks to the Caretaker and his daughter for assisting in the preparations before and during. The language barrier was nothing we couldn't overcome and there was always a willingness to help. Indeed, from the time we arrived, we did not have to get in touch with them and they left us to it. Given the right occasion, we would definitely return and recommend it to anyone wanting a memorable family gathering in a beautiful house and setting.
    Mr Campbell - April 2018
    We had a great Easter week in Jordanstone House. The accommodation is luxurious and the views to the Sidlaws are great. We had many good cycle rides, mainly between Alyth/ Meigle and Kirriemuir, and enjoyed trips to Glen Prosen, Glen Clova, Cortachy, Glamis Castle and Meigle. We had good lunches at The Pot & Pantry in Meigle, the Drovers Inn in Memus and the Glen Clova Hotel The games room was popular. We didn’t need to use the dining room as the kitchen table comfortably accommodated all 13 of us for dinners. The caretaker was excellent.
    Mr Inglis - March 2018
    Jordanstone House was above and beyond our expectations. The house is amazing, and the grounds stunning too. Couldn't have been happier.
    Mr Eggo - September 2017
    All the public rooms were large and spacious and had a comfortable "lived-in" feel. Even when full to capacity, there were quiet areas to sit and have a peaceful time. There were a good selection of indoor activities and games in the event of bad weather. The grounds were well looked after and the large Glass House was spectacular. The bedrooms were varied but on the whole very comfortable. We found the whole building a bit too warm. We could not open the windows in any of the principal rooms and most of the bedrooms on the first floor which made for uncomfortable nights. The water pressure in all the shower rooms was very poor. The turning off the main road is on a bend and difficult/dangerous when coming back out onto the road. Perhaps a mirror opposite the track would be of help. The signpost for Jordanstone needs to cleared of vegetation and more visible.
    Mr Clark - July 2017
    Beautiful setting, great house with a grand drawing room, excellent kitchen and phenomenal number of bedrooms. We were a group of 20 who had a brilliant mid week break in october. The best was that the house was warm, something which is often an issue in such large properties. The care taker was very very helpful and pleasant. We left Jordanstone with beautiful memories which will stay with us for a long time. Thoroughly recommended.
    Mr Tyagi - October 2016
    Our family stayed at Jordanstone for 2 weeks in Sept. and other than a few minor things, the house was perfect for us. It is clean and spacious with plenty of kitchen dishes and utensils. The grounds are beautiful and although there is a tennis court, the surface isn't the best and will get slippery until the afternoon sun dries it. The greenhouse is a nice stroll from the house and a great place to sit for breakfast or lunch. Even though it was mid September there were still plenty of flowers to pick and enjoy. We also had plenty of tomatoes and fruit to pick, nice added bonus. There are a few things that are in need of replacement. They desperately need to replace the dishwasher, the racks no longer function, and the washer and dryer could stand an upgrade. At the very least they need to post the instructions for use on the washer and dryer. The internet is available but spotty and there is only 1 TV that gets any reception. The main "oven" is an Aga which many people aren't familiar with however, it is in the main area with the TV, it became very warm in the room and we were unable to open any windows. It will be extremely warm in the summer months. We were very pleased to find at least 8 bikes in the basement for use. Overall, we had a wonderful time and given the opportunity, would go back again.
    Ms Britton - September 2016
    Jordanstone was a brilliant house for our purpose - a weekend together with our large family. The living/ kitchen area suited us very well. It was extremely well equipped . The bathrooms all worked! And there was plenty of hot water. The children loved the spaciousness and all the different stair cases. The grounds were beautiful and there were lovely views. We enjoyed the proximity to RSPB nature reserves and to Bamff where there were beavers. It was not too far for us to get there easily on the Friday night and the directions to it were clear and easily followed. All in all, a great venue.
    Mrs Macintosh - March 2015
    The house was gorgeous, we loved it. The beds were very comfortable so much so that I had to look at the mattress so that I can buy one like it. I would have given this property 5 stars except for the fact that when we read the information book it said that everywhere had to be hoovered and cleaned or pay 150 pounds to have it done, I have always left a house clean after a holiday but this was a mammoth task with one little henry hoover, it took all day for 3 of us to clean this house and spoilt our last day.
    Owners Response: "COTTAGES & CASTLES RESPONSE - "C&C Terms & Conditions - 17. HIRER’S OBLIGATIONS The Hirer will; pay for all gas, electricity, fuel and other charges if not included in the booking; take good care of the Property and its contents and leave the Property and its contents in a clean and tidy condition;…" We certainly do not expect any tenant to hoover a whole house. We would expect that dishes are done, bins emptied, everything in its place etc and that is about all. Any reference to hoovering and a fee of £150 must be within Jordanstone. We will look further in to this and resolve this issue directly with the Owner. C&C T&C's"
    Mrs Driver - May 2014
    Lots of space, very comfortable. Ideal for big groups of any age. Would possibly liked to have had more access to showers but the massive baths were amazing. The house was very liveable although vast.
    Owners Response: "Thank you for the kind review.  We aim to install two new separate shower rooms and an extra two bedrooms within the next two months to make the house more convenient for large parties."
    Mr Fleming - March 2014
    What a truely amazing property! For my 22 guests it was absolutely perfect! Large kitchen and sitting area off it allowed us all to mingle in one room. The large dining room was ideal for our formal party meal on the Saturday night with the massive lounge being exactly what we wanted for socialising on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. The games room proved a particular hit with the men! plenty of mini leagues and competitions going on with table tennis and snooker. The library was perfect for getting away from all the banter to read Sunday papers in a bit of peace. The beds were all extremely comfortable with good quality, fresh linen. The caretaker could not have been more helpful - nothing seemed too much trouble for him. We all participated in local activities on the Saturday organised on our behalf - Tank Driving, Clay shooting, golf and the spa in Dundee. Quad bikes were called off due to the weather but that's no-ones fault. One MINOR draw back to such a magnificent house is the limited number of showers - only 3. HOWEVER we all accepted that we would need to be patient and wait for one to become available! There was plenty of hot water for us all and with access to the logs, the men kept the fires well stocked. Radiators ensured we were never cold in the rooms without fires. The kitchen was well stocked with all the pots, pans and cooking trays that we needed. Plenty of cutlery, drinking glasses, mugs, plates etc. Aga simple to use with an additional gas oven in the small kitchen for when we ran out of space! This was such a brilliant property and ideal for a large family (with teenagers or grown up kids), or for a group of friends to stay under one roof ! The location of the property allowed friends to take a Sunday stroll in nearby villages where there was a pub and a shop selling newspapers!
    Mrs Obrien - February 2013
    The house was fantastic and a great base for 12 adults and 12 kids for our new year week.
    Mr Guild - December 2012
    Fabulous house with lovely furnishings. great games room. v warm and cosy. Only reason not five star would be splinters from flooring - last stay 2010 one child needed a general anaesthetic to remove a splinter. this holiday we all brought slippers but children will be children and took them off and 3 needed their parents to remove splinters and one went through my slippers sole and needed removed! bigger fridge space would be helpful and better heating in dining room would make it more usable although kitchen diner v warm and cosy and greatly enjoyed. on arrival leaks in a few areas but unusually wet weather. Probably unavoidable in such a lovely old house.
    Owners Response: "Thank you for the review, your feedback is much appreciated. We have arranged for the following. An additional fridge in the larder. Hall and corridor floors will be resanded and sealed this winter. The Dining room radiator will be upgraded."
    Mrs Gribben - December 2012
    Jordanstone is a beautiful house, exquisitely furnished with a fabulous garden. We could have happily spent the whole week there without going anywhere else! Everyone we met - housekeeper, caretaker, gardener & locals - were exceptionally friendly and helpful. We especially enjoyed our meals out at the Lands of Loyal Hotel & Dalmore Inn. The Braemar Gathering was a definite highlight. We had a fantastic time and will definitely return!
    Mrs Pilling-wilke - August 2012
    Jordanstone House is the perfect place for entertaining guests or having a get together with family and friends. The house is grand and beautifully furnished throughout. The grounds are beautiful with plenty of space for children (and adults) to play. Easy access with lots to do on the doorstep.
    Ms Barnett - November 2011