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Kinnaird Castle

Colossal castle with royal connections rebuilt in the 19th century.

Brechin, Angus, DD9 6TZ

Kinnaird Castle in Angus, Scotland

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Two recently refurbished apartments, accommodating from 2 to 16 people, have been created from the family rooms of the castle.

Furnished with antiques with a contemporary twist the spacious rooms look over 800 acres of parkland and offer a complete sense of tranquility. The castle lies between the Angus glens and the unspoiled dune coastline in 800 acres of parkland. It is ideal for families wanting to get away from it all with miles of tracks and estate roads. We have brand new bikes for hire, great fishing on the Southesk river just 10 minutes’ walk away and brilliant golf courses in the area. All bedrooms have their own bathrooms and the reception rooms are well equipped. The two apartments are in adjoining areas so can be used for larger parties and celebrations.

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Group visits by appointment only and includes light refreshments, e.g. tea and coffee.

Email estate@southesk.co.uk or call on 01674 810209.

Accessibility
  • Accessible toilets
  • Wheelchair ramps/routes
Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

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