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Littleton of Airlie Farm Cottages
Property: 3967 Angus

Littleton of Airlie Farm Cottages - Littleton of Airlie Farm Cottages


Visit Scotland: 3 star

Sleeps: 2 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No

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  • Quiet rural location.
  • Perfect for a honeymoon.

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Situated in the ancient Vale of Strathmore, which divides the Grampian Mountains from the Sidlaw Hills, the traditional red sandstone row of Littleton of Airlie cottages, are approached through a quiet, working farmyard; a lost 19th century agricultural idyll. The cottages sit amid a sensational walled cottage garden.

The Cottages:
  • Sleep two with double or twin bedroom.
  • Sitting/dining room with table and chairs and comfortable seating
  • Bathroom with bath & overhead shower.
  • Kitchen with electric hob & oven, microwave, fridge & washer/dryer.
  • Heating by electric storage heaters (white meter) & wood burning stove.
  • Bed linen, towels & initial supply of fuel for stove included in the rent.
  • Colour TV, Freeview, video, radio, hairdryer, use of mobile phone, barbecue.
  • Shared walled garden with garden furniture for each cottage.
  • Baby & dog sitting services available.
  • Internet access available.
  • Parking for four cars.

    Guests can order a delicious home cooked meal, made with local produce. This must be booked in advance. Please see a sample menu on our website.

    Golfers can tee off from any of the five renowned 18 hole golf courses, all within a 10 mile radius: Rosemount, Alyth, Strathmore, Glenisla and Kirriemuir.

    With ne'er a clogged road in sight, in half an hour you can be beach combing along sweeps of white sand, shopping, castle gazing, walking or just absorbing the clean, clear air and nearby mountains.
    An easy drive away is fishing, hill walking in the Angus Glens and skiing at nearby Glenshee. Theatres, art galleries, tall ships, ancient, mystical Pictish stones, busy harbours are half an hour away at Dundee, Perth or Pitlochry. Edinburgh, Balmoral and the Trossachs are easily accessible for a day trip.

    Almost visible on tiptoes from the cottages are the fairytale turrets of Glamis Castle, childhood home of the late Queen Mother, with its resident ghosts and close association with Macbeth, just four miles away.


  • This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

    Photographs
    Cottage 1 bedroom
    Cottage 1 bedroom
    Cottage 2 sitting room
    Cottage 2 sitting room
    Cottage 1 bathroom
    Cottage 1 bathroom
    Cottage 2
    Cottage 2


    Accommodation & Facilities

    Sleeps: 2
    Bedrooms: 1
    Cot Available: Yes

    Pets Allowed: Yes. A charge of £20 is made per pet.
    Smoking Allowed: No. 

    Linen Provided: Yes. All linen, bedding and towels provided free

    Central Heating: Yes.
    Fuel type: Electric

    Open Fire: Yes.  Fuel type: Wood

    Disabled Facilities: No. 

    Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Large walled garden with seating and table. Vegetables to pick in season. Off road parking

    Local Services: Bus service approx. every 2 hours into Kirriemuir or Alyth.



    Standard Rates

    Winter: £215.00.
    Low Season: £240.00.
    Mid Season: £280.00.
    High Season £320.00.
    Peak Season: £345.00.

    Short Breaks subject to availability. Except for periods of school holidays, Bank Holidays, or in July and August.
    3 nights or less: 70% of weekly rent;
    4 or 5 nights: add 10% per night;
    6 nights: 100% of weekly rent.




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    Directions

    From Kirriemuir:
    Take the A926 to Alyth & Blairgowrie. About 3 miles from Kirriemuir you come to a series of bad bends and where the road straightens out you will see a farmhouse and a farm on your right, with a signpost saying "Littleton of Airlie Farm Cottages". Turn in here to the right and go right across the farmyard where you will see a large blue arrow painted on the far wall. Go to the arrow and turn right - you have arrived.
    From Blairgowrie:
    Take the A926 to Alyth & Kirriemuir. At the 5 ways roundabout at Alyth take the road to Kirriemuir (A926), through Airlie village, the Craigton of Airlie. About ¼ mile further on you will see a signpost on the left saying "Littleton of Airlie Farm Cottages". Turn in here to the left and go right across the farmyard where you will see a large blue arrow painted on the far wall. Go to the arrow and turn right - you have arrived.

    From Blairgowrie:
    Take the A926 to Alyth & Kirriemuir. At the 5 ways roundabout at Alyth take the road to Kirriemuir (A926), through Airlie village, the Craigton of Airlie. About ¼ mile further on you will see a signpost on the left saying "Littleton of Airlie Farm Cottages". Turn in here to the left and go right across the farmyard where you will see a large blue arrow painted on the far wall. Go to the arrow and turn right - you have arrived. See Map.



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