4 Tannage Brae, Kirriemuir
The Gallery Flat
The Gallery Flat is a listed building situated in the conservation area of Kirriemuir town centre. It forms the lower half of a 19th century town house. Covering two levels, the apartment has a downstairs kitchen which opens on to a sunny courtyard garden. The flat is comfortable, tastefully decorated and homely. It showcases original art from local artists and makers, which is also for sale. It provides a perfect base for exploring Kirriemuir and the Angus glens.
The accommodation comprises two bedrooms, one with king-sized double bed and the other with two singles. The bathroom has a bath and separate walk-in shower. The living space has a generous seating layout and a space to read or play games. Downstairs, the large dining kitchen is bright and practical.
High Speed Wifi
High speed broadband is available throughout the property. The HD TV is also Chromecast enabled
The kitchen is well appointed with a washing machine, high chair and eating facilities for 6 people.
The apartment has a secluded south facing courtyard with garden for al-fresco dining.
Exhibited throughout the flat there are pieces of original local art work which will be for sale. A perfect souvenir of a memorable holiday.
Books and Games
For rainy days and cozy evenings-in there are a generous selection of books of games for all ages.
For occasional guests there are floor futons a sofa and extra bedding.
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
"Where to start? This place is fantastic! Maureen gave us a warm welcome, talked us through local areas of interest on a map and made sure we had coffee, tea, milk and biscuits. Her communication from booking through to us leaving was great. The house is so cozy and clean. The beds are really comfortable and the kitchen was perfect for cooking, baking and having meals together. The bathroom was super clean with a lovely shower and bath. The living room is really well laid out with spaces for reading and for watching TV and the wifi throughout the house is strong. We felt settled and comfortable right away- so much so that the morning we were leaving my boyfriend said he didn't want to come home! This is a perfect place for getting out walking or driving to beaches, parks and lochs, tiring yourself out and having a beautiful, comfortable place to clean up, cook and relax in. Maureen is a great host and we hope to return later this year."
For children big and small, why not visit the Peter Pan play park, explore the Den or try a horse riding experience? Kirriemuir also has a swimming pool and is only 45mins away from beaches on the stunning East coast .
Within the town itself you can investigate JM Barries birthplace, have your photograph taken with the Bon Scott statue, or go further back in time in the museum and discover fascinating facts about the Picts
Award winning Bothy Gin is made just outside Kirriemuir. Well worth a visit.
Kirriemuir is an ideal centre for activities such as golf, walking, cycling and bird watching .
Castles and Historic Buildings
Kirriemuir boasts one of Scotland's three camera obscuras. Glamis Castle is a short car journey away and a lovely stroll to the
Airlie monument will reveal some stunning views.
Eating and Drinking
88 degrees, Granny Annie May's, Visocchis and The Airlie Arms all provide excellent food . The Drovers, Armstrong's and Glenclova Hotel andPeel Farm are all worth the short drive too. If you are lucky enough to be in Kirriemuir on a Tuesday night, 3 Bellies Brae Pub is the place to be to listen to traditional Scottish music.
For other things to see and do