Very comfortable farmhouse accommodation with the choice of twin, double or family rooms. The house has en-suite rooms, central heating and double glazing as well as an open log fire in the guest lounge.
There is tea making facilities in all rooms as well as in the guest lounge and always a good supply of home-made shortbread.
Breakfast at Muirhouses is made using local produce and all bread, oatcakes and preserves are made in the kitchen at Muirhouses.
The bed-rooms all have wonderful views and are named by what you can see from them. The double room is 'The Golf Course room', the family room is 'Caddam Woods' and the twin room, 'Longbank'.
The Glens of Prosen and Clova nearby offer the walker and climber something exciting as well as the possibility of seeing plenty wildlife.
The Cairngorm National Park and the Caenlochan Nature Reserve are full of interest to wildlife enthusiasts as well as botanists. These areas are extremely rugged and have stunning scenery. There are many walking routes and maps can be found at the Ranger centre at Glen Doll.
The river South Esk is a favourite with fishers and can be booked with local estate office.
Glamis Castle , the childhood home of the late Queen Mother,is only a few miles away and is well worth a day visit as the beautiful grounds are open to the public as well as the castle.
Kirriemuir is most famous as the birthplace of Sir J.M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan. 2010 will see special celebrations in Kirriemuir to mark 150 years since his birth. He is also buried in Kirriemuir cemetery. Kirriemuir also has a Camera Obscura, one of only three in Scotland, donated to the children of the town by Barrie and housed in the Cricket Pavilion on Kirrie Hill.
There are quite a few good pubs and restaurants nearby offering superb evening meals.
From the warm welcome on arrival to the hearty breakfast in the morning, we hope you will enjoy your visit to Muirhouses.
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This page was last updated: 11 July 2013