Purgavie Farm is situated at the foot of Glenisla looking towards the Strathmore Valley. The nearest town of Kirriemuir lies 5 miles north of Forfar in the Angus countryside between the Cairngorms National Park and Dundee. Kirriemuir is famous for being the birthplace of the author J.M. Barrie.
The farmhouse is part of a 450 acre working sheep farm which also includes historical Bronze Age sites as well as some geo caches. All bedrooms feature countryside views, Laura Ashley furnishings, Freeview TV, bathrobes, fluffy towels, toiletries, TV, hairdryer, tea/coffee, etc. Choice of 3 rooms: 1 superking double (private bathroom with bath and shower), 1 super king size double / twin (with en suite shower), plus 1 family room with 1 double bed and 1 single bed (en suite shower).
Freshly cooked to order on the AGA using local produce, breakfast is served in the antique dining room at a time to suit you. Guests can relax in the TV lounge or admire the views of the farm from the conservatory.
Purgavie Farm suits visitors interested in outdoor pursuits such as golf, walking, cycling and birdwatching. Your hosts can also arrange fishing on Lintrathen Loch. There are numerous golf courses within a short drive. The area's main visitor attraction include the museums and galleries in Dundee (22 miles), Glamis Castle (10 miles) and J. M. Barrie's birthplace (7 miles). You can also take the scenic route by Braemar and Ballater through the Lecht passing the royal residence of Balmoral Castle.
Nearest Town: Kirriemuir 7 miles
1 Superking double (private bathroom with bath and shower)
1 Family room with 1 double bed and 1 single bed (en suite shower)
1 Superking/Twin (en suite shower)
Open January - December
Double Occupancy from £45 per person per night
Single Occupancy from £50 per person per night