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Purgavie Farm

Kirriemuir

Bed and Breakfast

The property owner

Hosted by Moira

About

A peaceful, working farm nestled in the countryside will be the heart and soul of your visit to Kirriemuir. Purgavie Farm B&B has stunning views over the Strathmore Valley; it is suited ideally as a base for exploring Angus. Guests can use the area to find their artistic inspiration as Bon Scott of AC/DC, and JM Barrie (author of Peter Pan) was born locally.

Owned and operated by the delightful Moira Clark since 1985, she has excellent knowledge of the surrounding area and loves interacting with guests.

About the House

A historic detached Farmhouse features three beautiful en-suite rooms. Privacy is guaranteed within the farmhouse as the rooms do not share connecting walls. Guests will feel at home with the room’s amenities and charming décor. Each room provides enchanting views of the surrounding glens, enabling you to immerse yourself in the countryside no matter the weather.

Purgavie Farm B&B has a spacious dining room for mealtimes. Moira provides daily breakfasts if guests order the night before. For visitors who wish to relax outside of their rooms, you can use the lounge area, which is perfect for those long winter nights. To be closer to the great outdoors while still benefiting from the warmth inside, lodgers will have access to a beautifully crafted conservatory.

Relevant points about the property

The farmhouse is part of a 450-acre working farm home to lovely sheep and cattle. The vast expanse of land is excellent for afternoon strolls; you may stumble back in time on your journey as the property is home to some Bronze Age sites. A great way to learn about the land and history of the country without leaving the estate’s grounds.

Surrounding area

The closest city to Purgavie farm is Dundee, just 22 miles away. It is a great destination for a day out. The fourth-largest city in Scotland features something for everyone; from shopping to diving into the country’s history, you will be spoilt for choice. In 2014 Dundee was recognised as a UNESCO City of Design due to its contributions to medical research, comics, and video games. It was the first city in the United Kingdom to be given the title.

For the guests who wish to explore small-town Scotland, then Kirriemuir is the place to go. Once a centre of ecclesiastical importance, it is a hot spot for history. Home to three museums, it is a beautiful place to learn about Scotland’s past. There are some excellent local pubs and all the amenities a classic small-town provides for more modern exploits.

Moira’s Insider’s Guide to Purgavie Farm

Glamis Castle: Noted as the inspiration for Shakespeare’s Macbeth, this magnificent building is steeped in history. The ancestral seat of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorn since circa 1372 was the childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Book a tour to get expertly curated information on all the events the castle has been a part of throughout the centuries.

Glen Clova: The quintessential idea of the Scottish countryside is brought to life in this glorious valley. Noted as one of the five Angus glens, you will be spoilt for choice in selecting your itinerary. Home to some glorious walks, with a variety of difficulties but all including the beautiful backdrop of mother nature. An excellent array of flora and fauna is shown throughout the glen; this is a must-see for anyone passionate about nature.

Lintrathen Loch: A veritable hot spot for birds throughout the year, this picturesque loch is a beautiful natural landmark and serves as a reservoir for Angus and Dundee. From April to October, the spot is great for fly-fishing, and all year round, it has some beautiful paths for you to take in the scenery around you.

Reekie Linn: After just a short five-minute walk from the car park, you will be greeted with a stunning view of a waterfall. Formed by a pair of joined waterfalls, Reekie Linn is touted as one of the most spectacular in Scotland. The area also features a cave shrouded in mystery due to local legend. Visitors are advised to be cautious around the waterfall as it features numerous sheer drops.

Bonn Scott Statue: For those fans of Rock, you need to look no further than Kirriemuir. Bon Scott, the lead singer of AC/DC, was born in the beautiful town and lived there for six years. The life-sized statue is a great attraction in a great location, a perfect day out for followers of the band.

 

Hosted by Moira

After I left school I went to Craibstone agricultural college for six months as I won the poultry prize I went to work for The Airlie Estates on there poultry farm at Cortachy I was there when I met my husband and we were married in 1968 I came to live on the farm here and helped my husband In 1985 I decided to open the farmhouse to bed and breakfast where I met lots of wonderful guests

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Our rooms

Includes

  • Ensuite Bathroom with Shower
  • TV/DVD
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Wifi

Includes

  • Ensuite Shower Room
  • Dogs Welcome
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Wifi

Includes

  • Ensuite Bathroom with Shower
  • TV/DVD
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Wifi

Other amenities

Along side the individual room facilities we also provide the following amenaties, services and and facilities for you to use

  • Bicycle Storage
  • Continental Breakfast Provided
  • Cots Provided
  • Full Cooked Breakfast Provided
  • Garden
  • Packed Lunches Provided by Arrangement
  • Landline Phone
  • Mobile Reception
  • The House has Steps
  • Tea and Coffee Facilities
  • Toiletries Provided
  • TV & Wireless Broadband
  • Vegetarian Meals Provided
  • Pets Welcome by Arrangement
  • Car Parking
  • Sitting Room
  • Housekeeper
  • Luggage Storage
  • Guests Get Own House Keys
  • WiFi
  • Lunch
  • Kettle
  • King Size Room
  • Conservatory
  • Private Secluded Garden

Suitability

  • Couples welcome
  • Singles welcome
  • Children welcome (Age 2 - 12)
  • Infants welcome (Under 2 )
  • Pets welcome

Where we are

Purgavie farm, Lintrathen, Kirriemuir, DD8 5HZ,

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“Lovely place beautiful peaceful excellent food"

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Cancellation.

We charge a cancellation fee of the value of your first night's stay if you cancel within 14 days of your arrival and we are unable to re-let the room

 

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Glenprosen

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Guests

Adults

Ages 13+

Children

Ages 2 - 12

Infants

Under 2

Rates

Enquire about these dates and the property owner will get back to you

Choose your room 1 remaining guest

Glenclova for 2 people
From £50.00 per night

Adults

Ages 13+

Children

Ages 2 - 12

Glenisla for 3 people
From £50.00 per person

Adults

Ages 13+

Children

Ages 2 - 12

Glenprosen for 2 people
From £50.00 per night

Adults

Ages 13+

Children

Ages 2 - 12

Total

£0.00

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Hosted by Moira

After I left school I went to Craibstone agricultural college for six months as I won the poultry prize I went to work for The Airlie Estates on there poultry farm at Cortachy I was there when I met my husband and we were married in 1968 I came to live on the farm here and helped my husband In 1985 I decided to open the farmhouse to bed and breakfast where I met lots of wonderful guests

Visit our website