Brechin Cathedral Round Tower

A Heritage Site in Angus

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Brechin Cathedral Round Tower is one of the two remaining round towers of the Irish type in Scotland, built in the late 11th century with a remarkable carved doorway. Capped by a stone roof added in the 15th century. Visitors can enjoy views of the exterior of the tower and visit the adjacent church which houses a magnificent collection of carved stones.

Brechin Cathedral Round Tower

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The Private House Stay's Guide


Angus is a Scottish District of rich fertile farmland, interspersed with mountains, lochs, woodland and seashore bordered by Dundee and the Firth of Tay to the South, Aberdeenshire and Royal Deeside to the North and The Angus Glens that define the area to the West. Apart from the famous beef that is produced within the District, it is an area of outstanding natural beauty with opportunities to enjoy many outdoor activities and a rich cultural heritage.