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Kyle of Lochalsh hotel 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 from Kirriemuir, and was featured in the magazine style programme "Castle in the Country" on BBC2.

Weavers Cottage Accommodation

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/triple bedroom, bathroom with bath and electric shower over, and private garden. Visitors are invited to make use of the herbs and soft fruits in season during their stay.

Facilities and features:
· 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.

The Local Area
KIRRIEMUIR, with its population of around 6,000, is known as 'The Wee Red Town' and 'Gateway to the Glens'. It boasts two museums - the Gateway to the Glens Museum (open all year) and Sir James Barrie's Birthplace (National Trust for Scotland) which is open to the public from April to September, and is a fascinating little house to visit.

Tourist Information is provided within the Gateway to the Glens Museum. A statue of Peter Pan greets visitors in the town square, and you can even try Peter Pan ice cream in our famous ice cream shop in town!

Visit the craft centre area and view our plaques dedicated to famous Kirrimarians - J M Barrie, Sir Hugh Munro, Sir Charles Lyell, and Bon Scott (AC/DC). Newly unveiled in April 2009, a plaque to the Cameron family for their contribution to Scottish traditional music.

Getting there from the Information Centre:

from Tourist Information Centre in the Gateway to the Glens Museum in the town, just a 2 minute drive or 5-10 minute walk.

Getting There by Railway:
From Dundee Railway Station a half hour drive on the A90 and A928, a regular bus service also is available from Dundee bus station to Forfar/Kirriemuir.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
From Aberdeen and Edinburgh Airports a drive of about 1-1.5 hours on good motorway or dual carriageway.

Getting There by Ferry:
Zeebrugge-Rosyth, then by road to Kirriemuir.

Email Weavers Cottage enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com