Kinnettles Castle is a beautiful property in the heart of the Angus countryside, and is a magnificent example of Victorian Scottish architecture. As you approach, the gravelled drive rises up to the main house and the sight ahead of the grand scale and charm of the mansion house is something to behold.
This Scottish Baronial Mansion house offers spacious and sumptuous accommodation for twenty six guests. The property boasts a billiards room, games room, bar and tower sitting room alongside spacious and comfortable reception rooms. The bedrooms are furnished to the highest standard and the master suite comes with its own private lounge. Recently refurbished, the interior design is a contemporary statement in black and white, with full country house standards and modern amenities such as HDTVs in all the bedrooms. Despite contemporary fixtures and fittings, Kinnettles Castle retains all its character.
Just 20 minutes from Dundee and 70 minutes from Edinburgh, the local area has a wealth of things to do. Guests can enjoy clay pigeon shooting within the grounds or alternatively, can leave the estate to experience outdoor activities including shooting, horse riding, fly fishing, golf at nearby Carnoustie and St Andrews, motor racing at Knockhill, steeple chasing at Perth and international rugby at Murrayfield.
The main house has nine bedrooms, all superkings that can be split into twins. Gate Lodge has two bedrooms, one with a superking that can be split and the other a kingsize double. All elevent bedrooms are spacious and beautifully upmarket, with modern decor, beautiful linens, comfy mattresses and large bathrooms with fluffy towels and robes. In short, they are designed to make you feel at home.
The numerous reception rooms include a sumptuous drawing room with its own bar area, large dining room, games room with table football and billiards room complete with full size table.
The tower sitting room has magnificent views over the surrounding countryside and the rolling lawns in front of the house offer a peaceful and relaxing setting within which to unwind.
Projector and Screen
Audio Visual system
Broadband Internet Access
Fully staffed at the property along with bar staff
200 pax marquee is attached which can be hired with the property.
Just 20 minutes from Dundee airport, right in the centre of Scotland and with easy access from all cities. The nearest town is Forfar, just 4 miles away, famous for Strathmore Springs mineral water. The ancient town is home to a vast amount of historical interest, dating back to the Roman Invasions, when a succession of Roman camps were established North of Forfar. The town also has numerous shops and a leisure centre nearby.
Close to the Angus Glens, there are plenty of outdoor pursuits to entertain guests at Kinnettles Castle, with the annual walking festival in the summer a favourite. There are five glens to explore, each with unique characteristics and besides the popular hillwalking there are plenty of other activities on offer from game shooting and fishing to museums and cathedrals.
The village of Glamis is close by and is perhaps best known historically for its association with the William Shakespeare play MacBeth. It is a pretty village and is also known for the fairy-tale like Glamis Castle, where Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother spent much of her childhood. The castle and grounds are open to visitors and offer a relaxing day out.
Nearest airport: Dundee (27 miles)
Nearest station: Dundee (11 miles)
Ten Things To Do
1.Play a round of golf at Carnoustie links
2.Visit Glamis Castle
3.Hillwalking in the Angus Glens
4.Stroll along the beach at Lunan Bay
5.Explore the National Nature Reserve of Corrie Fee
6.Enjoy fly fishing on one of the many lochs
7.Peek into the past at Angus Folk Museum
8. Sailing at Forfar Loch Country Park
9.Climbing the ice routes at Glen Clova
10.Horse riding along the beaches at Monifieth
The prices listed below are for the whole property:
1 night from £2,500
2 nights from £5,000
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