Attractions near Violets

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
House of Dun (3 Miles)*
This beautiful Georgian house, overlooking the Montrose Basin nature reserve, was designed by William Adam in 1730.
Edzell Castle & Garden (10 Miles)*
This is a remarkable and very beautiful complex, with a late-medieval tower house incorporated in to a 16th century courtyard mansion.
Arbroath Abbey (11 Miles)*
Arbroath Abbey consists of the substantial ruins of a Tironensian monastery, founded by William the Lion in 1178 and intended as his own burial place.
Crombie Country Park (18 Miles)*
The Park was officially opened in September 1983. Its 102 hectares includes Crombie Loch as well as broadleafed and coniferous woodlands. Crombie Country Park, with its scenic loch and woodlands is a haven for wildlife.
Barry Mill (18 Miles)*
Enjoy the sights and sounds of an early 19th-century working mill - the splash of the water-wheel, the sound and smell of grinding grain.
Monikie Country Park (18 Miles)*
Monikie Country Park, with its reservoirs, woodland and parkland, is an ideal location for a visit to the countryside. The scenic surroundings offer many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors at any time of the year.
Barrie's Birthplace (20 Miles)*
The creator of the eternal magic of Peter Pan - J M Barrie - was born here in 1860.
Angus Folk Museum (21 Miles)*
Visit one of Scotland's finest folk museums and explore life in rural Scotland during the past 200 years.
Glamis Castle (21 Miles)*
Glamis Castle is the family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne and has been a royal residence since 1372.
Broughty Castle Museum (23 Miles)*
Broughty Castle sits imposingly at the mouth of the River Tay. Built in 1496 on a rocky promontory it has faced many sieges and battles.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Violets
Montrose (1 Mile)*
The northern-most coastal town in Angus is the Royal Burgh of Montrose - a proud little town whose pinky-grey buildings radiate history and tell of a time when this was the prosperous home of merchants.
Bridge of Dun (3 Miles)*
St. Cyrus (4 Miles)*
St. Cyrus is a small village in the NE of Scotland mid-way between Aberdeen & Dundee with 3 miles of glorious sandy beaches and the area adjacent to the beach is a Nature Reserve.
Johnshaven (7 Miles)*
Brechin (7 Miles)*
The old city of Brechin, dating back over 1,000 years, stands proudly on the South Esk, and is built on the side of a steep hill. Today an ancient atmosphere clings to the worn red stones of this part of the town.
Edzell (9 Miles)*
Edzell has been described as the 'Jewel in the Crown of Angus', this beautiful village, entered via the 19th century Dalhousie Arch, lies between Strathmore and the Howe of the Mearns.
Gourdon (9 Miles)*
Fettercairn (10 Miles)*
St. Vigeans (11 Miles)*
Arbroath (11 Miles)*
For generations Arbroath has earned its living from the sea. The town remains an important fishing port, but is equally well known for its unique place in Scottish history.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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