- Sleeps: 18
- Bedrooms: 9
- Bathrooms: 3
- Minimum stay: 2 nights
Sleeping up to 18 guests (and their three well-behaved dogs), Chateau Angus Glens is a magical setting for large groups with something special to celebrate!
Infused with history, the 18th century castle enjoys an enchanting setting, within a 30,000-acre Angus estate that includes a huge private garden to take a turn around… or perhaps you’d prefer croquet on the lawn?
Inside is a beautiful and elegant mix of original features, with style and comfort that brings your holiday firmly up to date. There are plenty of fascinating nooks and crannies to explore, too – ideal for kids with active imaginations!
You can choose to relax and make merry in a glorious mix of formal and informal rooms, all with striking features and vaulted ceilings. On the ground floor, these include the long, light-filled playroom with table tennis and a music centre, and the billiards room, with arched windows and an open fire.
(Not forgetting the four-oven-Aga-equipped kitchen… which is certain to cause arguments about who gets to do the cooking!)
Head to the first floor to curl up with one of the many vintage books you’ll discover in the library, though there’s also a TV if you prefer more modern forms of entertainment. The sumptuous drawing room is here, too; perfect for sinking into the sofas after a banquet served in the grand dining room.
If the evening sun is out, you could always head for the furnished garden, instead, and enjoy an al fresco barbecue supper as day slowly transforms into star-studded night.Keep reading
At a glance
- An 18th century castle retreat that’s ideal for special occasion breaks, set within a 30,000-acre Angus estate that’s close to both the Cairngorms and the coast.
- Sleeping up to 18 guests, you can also bring your three well-behaved dogs.
- There are plenty of spaces to relax on all four storeys, including games rooms, a ground-floor library lined with vintage books, and a sumptuous first-floor drawing room with an open fire.
- There are 7 bedrooms – a mix of doubles, singles and triples – in the castle, along with a cottage that features 2 twin rooms and a bathroom.
- Enjoy home-cooked feasts in the grand dining room, or head out to the furnished private garden for a sizzling sunset supper!
- The expansive outdoor space is also home to a tennis court, a croquet lawn, and a dedicated children’s play area.
- The nearest shops and pub are four miles from the castle, with many attractions in the local area.
- Dog Friendly
- Family Friendly
- Large Groups
18th century castle retreat, sleeps 18 guests. Total of 7 bedrooms on the 3rd and 4th floors: 2 triple rooms, 2 single rooms, 3 double rooms (including an en-suite master room) and a separate cottage with 2 twin rooms and a bathroom. 3 separate WCs, 1 family bathroom. First-floor kitchen with four-oven Aga, dishwasher, drinks fridge, chest freezer, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer, washing machine, breakfast table. Dining room with table and chairs for 12. Drawing room with sofas and an open fire. Ground-floor library with books, Sky TV, DVD player, games room with table tennis table and music centre, billiards room with snooker player and open fire. Fuel and Wi-Fi included. Outside: walled furnished garden with barbecue, croquet lawn, tennis court, children’s play area, football goalposts. Ample private parking.
Walking, cycling, tennis, croquet, football, fishing, golf, shopping, pubs, restaurants
There’s plenty to keep everybody occupied outside, too, from the dedicated children’s play area to the tennis court, croquet lawn, and football goal… ideal if you’ve brought your competitive spirit along!
When it’s finally time to turn in, you’ll find seven bedrooms generously spaced across the second and third floors, each one boasting its own individual style. The en-suite master room is gloriously furnished with a four-poster bed, while a second double features a romantic wrought-iron bath.
Catering for different guest arrangements, there are two single rooms, and two triple rooms that are each furnished with three single beds. Meanwhile, for families – or teenagers! – in need of a little extra privacy, there’s even a separate cottage with two twin rooms and a bathroom.
What to do when you’re awake? You’re spoilt for choice without even having to leave your castle. But if you do feel like exploring further afield, there’s plenty to see and do… including fishing on the local rivers, or indulging in a round of golf on the famous courses in Carnoustie and St. Andrews.
(Your castle, your choice!)
Things to note
Daily housekeeping is included. There is a small additional charge for each dog accompanying you on your break.