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Kyle of Lochalsh hotel warm welcome in homely accommodation on our farm set in peaceful countryside with stunning views over the Strathmore Valley and the surrounding countryside.

David Clark's grandfather came to Purgavie at the foot of Glen Isla in 1904 and the family has farmed here ever since, with potatoes and malting barley now the main crops, while cattle and sheep graze on the hill.

Purgavie borders onto the Cairngorm National Park. The farm stretches over 470 acres of which 200 acres are hills.

Purgavie Farm Accommodation

The large comfortable bedrooms have great views of the surrounding glens and the spacious dining room make meal times a truly Scottish experience. We also have two self-catering cottages available.

There is a choice of double/twin and family bedrooms available. All rooms have ensuite bathroom, TV and tea-making facilities. Guests are also welcome to use our attractive conservatory area as well as the lounge.

Facilities Include:
· Central heating,
· Tea making facilities.
· Electric blankets,
· Hairdryers,
· Fluffy white towels and bath robes
· Bronnley complimentary toiletries
· Cot and High chair
· Dogs allowed
· Clock radios and colour television in all rooms.
· A full Scottish breakfast.
· Dinner using fresh in season vegetables
· Packed lunches available on request
· Please feel free to bring your own wine.
· Laundry facilities on request
· Wi-Fi Internet access
· No Smoking

Self Catering Cottages
Brankam Cottage
is one of the cottages on Purgavie Farm situated at the foot of Glen Isla with pleasant views of the Brankam Hill. There is one double bedroom and one twin bedroom.

Facilities Include:
· Bath/shower room, gas central heating.
· Lounge with colour television, DVD and Video
· Washing machine, electric cooker,
· Microwave oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer
· Parking,
· Private water supply,
· £1 electric meter
· Pay telephone
· All linen is supplied.
· Wi-Fi internet access available on porch of farmhouse
· Entry 4.00pm vacated please by 10.00am.

Tipperwhig is our Log House which provides more self catering facilities and commands terrific views south to the Strathmore valley. There are two double bedrooms and one bunk bedroom.

Facilities Include:
· Microwave oven, electric cooker,
· Electric total control heating, bath/shower room,
· Coloured television, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing
· Machine, tumble dryer,
· Videos, DVD and music centre
· Parking,
· Private water supply, £1 electric meter
· Pay Telephone
· All linen is supplied.
· Wi-Fi internet access available on porch of farmhouse
· Entry 4.00pm vacated please by 10.00am.

Glen Isla is an unspoilt part of Scotland and is ideal for those interested in hill walking, cycling, shooting, fishing, pony trekking, skiing and many other outdoor pursuits. For those perhaps a little less energetic there can be much enjoyment had simply from admiring the beauty of the countryside.

Lintrathen Loch
Set among the foothills of the Braes of Angus and close to the fertile farmlands of Strathmore the Loch of Lintrathen attracts vast numbers of wintering wildfowl. During summer ospreys are occasionally sighted. Fishing is available on the Loch in season.

Ospreys can be see on Lintrathen Loch and Kinnordy Loch and the Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve. No matter what your age or interests are, there is always something exciting to do in this area.

Situated in the nearby village of Glamis this famous Scottish castle was the childhood home of HRH Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother and birthplace of the late Princess Margaret. It was also the legendary setting for Shakespeare's Macbeth. Within the castle are fine collections of china, paintings, tapestry and furniture. A popular tourist attraction the castle is open to the public and there are gift and garden shops as well as a self-service restaurant.

Glen Isla is the most westerly of the lovely Glens of Angus. The gateway to the Glens is Kirriemuir, a small town best known as the childhood home of J M Barrie, creator of Peter Pan. In the town there is a museum/exhibition in the house he was born in and also a café and small shop.

There is no shortage of Golf courses in this part of the world. As well as local quality courses such as Glenisla, there are also world renowned championship courses within easy driving distance such as St Andrews, Carnoustie and Gleneagles.

A few miles drive towards the coast lies the historic town and fishing port of Arbroath. Famous for it's Historic Abbey and renowned delicacy "arbroath smokies", the town also has a good selection of shops and spectacular walks along it's coastline. If you ask people what they associate with Scotland's north-east town of Arbroath, the answer will invariably be the Arbroath smokie.

Activities that are within easy driving distance from Purgavie:

15 minutes drive

Highland Adventure Glenisla
Barries Birthplace
The Glens Museum-square Kirriemuir.
Glamis Castle
Camera Obscurer
Pony trekking Glen Isla
Fishing on Lintrathen Loch
Bird Watching Kinnordy Loch
Kirriemuir walking festival - June
Kirriemuir Music festival - Sept
Aviation museum in Kirriemuir
Reekie Linn waterfall
In-door swimming pool Kirriemuir

30 minutes drive
Glen Clova
Glenprosen Walking in all those Glens
Brechin Cathedral
Pictavia Center
Brechin Castle Centre
Pitmuies gardens
Aucterhouse Clay Pigeon Centre and activities

We are 7 miles from Kirriemuir. Once in Kirriemuir take the B951 glen Isla road and travel for 6 miles. Purgavie Farm is signposted at the roadside.

Email Purgavie Farm enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com