Holiday cottages in Kirriemuir - Angus: Weaver's CottageWEAVER'S COTTAGE
19 Henry Street,
Kirriemuir,
Angus

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Sleeps: max 5, (or 4 +cot).
One well mannered pet accepted.
No smoking.

VisitScotland: 3 stars.


Price range: £310 - £410 pw.

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For further details please contact:

Mrs Susan McCrum
Tel: 01575 572085
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
30 Apr, 7 May, 14 May, 21 May, 28 May, 4 Jun


19 Henry Street
Weaver's Cottage, situated in a quiet street on the edge of town, offers all ground floor accommodation: open plan living/dining/kitchen area, small double bedroom, large twin bedroom, bathroom with bath and electric shower over, and private garden. Visitors are welcome to make use of any garden produce in season during their stay.

KIRRIEMUIR  is known as the Wee Red Town, and the Gateway to the Glens, where Peter Pan greets visitors in the town square. It boasts two museums - the Gateway to the Glens Museum (open all year) with changing exhibitions, and offering tourist information within the museum. The second museum is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and is Sir James Barrie's Birthplace - open April to September. One of only three Cameras Obscura is situated on Kirriemuir Hill, which has wonderful panoramic views in every direction. Visit the Craft Centre area and view our plaques dedicated to famous Kirrimarians. Due to be unveiled at the 2016 Bonfest is a statue of Bon Scott (AC/DC) set at the entrance to one of the town's carparks.

Situated on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, we are an ideal base for walking in the Angus Glens, with the benefit of shops and eating places on the doorstep. Whether you are interested in sporting activities, culture, history or shopping, you will find something to interest you in this undiscovered area. Angus's most famous attraction, Glamis Castle, is just five miles south of the town.

Accommodation  
  • Hob, oven, fridge, microwave, washing machine, television, DVD player and radio/CD player.
  • Electric space heating, electricity costs included in the price.
  • Fully supplied with bedding, linens, towels and fuel for the fire.
  • Local shops close by.
  • Glorious countryside minutes away.
  • Off street parking.
  • Short breaks available.
  • Golf, fishing, walking, riding, bird watching, castles and gardens all within easy reach.
  • Non-Smoking establishment.
 
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
30 Apr, 7 May, 14 May, 21 May, 28 May, 4 Jun



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 WEAVER'S COTTAGE
19 Henry Street,
Kirriemuir,
Angus

_________________

Sleeps: max 5, (or 4 +cot).
One well mannered pet accepted.
No smoking.

VisitScotland: 3 stars.
★★★

Price range: £310 - £410 pw.

_________________

For further details please contact:

Mrs Susan McCrum
Tel: 01575 572085
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
30 Apr, 7 May, 14 May, 21 May, 28 May, 4 Jun
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19 Henry Street
Weaver's Cottage, situated in a quiet street on the edge of town, offers all ground floor accommodation: open plan living/dining/kitchen area, small double bedroom, large twin bedroom, bathroom with bath and electric shower over, and private garden. Visitors are welcome to make use of any garden produce in season during their stay.

KIRRIEMUIR  is known as the Wee Red Town, and the Gateway to the Glens, where Peter Pan greets visitors in the town square. It boasts two museums - the Gateway to the Glens Museum (open all year) with changing exhibitions, and offering tourist information within the museum. The second museum is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and is Sir James Barrie's Birthplace - open April to September. One of only three Cameras Obscura is situated on Kirriemuir Hill, which has wonderful panoramic views in every direction. Visit the Craft Centre area and view our plaques dedicated to famous Kirrimarians. Due to be unveiled at the 2016 Bonfest is a statue of Bon Scott (AC/DC) set at the entrance to one of the town's carparks.

Situated on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, we are an ideal base for walking in the Angus Glens, with the benefit of shops and eating places on the doorstep. Whether you are interested in sporting activities, culture, history or shopping, you will find something to interest you in this undiscovered area. Angus's most famous attraction, Glamis Castle, is just five miles south of the town.

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