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Edzell

Edzell

This stunning ‘Britain in Bloom’ award-winning village rests at the base of the dramatic Angus Glens, in a prime location to allow visitors to both explore the local area with its golf courses, distilleries and outdoor pursuits as well as the wider area of Angus County.

The village is colloquially known as the ‘jewel in the crown of Angus’, and it’s easy to understand why when you see the town’s picturesque 19th century Victorian architecture. There are also a number of lovely riverside, valley walks and hikes in the local area, showcasing some truly iconic Scottish scenery, from the Rocks of Solitude to Gannochy Bridge, both fantastic locations for a spot of wildlife watching also.

We love Edzell because...

  • Iconic Scottish scenery
  • Paradise for outdoor pursuits
  • Great for wildlife watching
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Hotels
Hotels in Edzell
Glenesk Hotel
High Street Edzell DD9 7TF

This Victorian hotel houses 38 bedrooms along with a host of luxury leisure amenities. Guests can expect a hearty and warm welcome from the proud staff during their stay.

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£120.00pp
Glenesk Hotel
High Street Edzell DD9 7TF

This Victorian hotel houses 38 bedrooms along with a host of luxury leisure amenities. Guests can expect a hearty and warm welcome from the proud staff during their stay.

In and around Edzell

Edzell Castle and Garden

One of Scotland’s unique sights would be the beautiful walled gardens at Edzell Castle when the flowers are in bloom. This historic building has seen the likes of Mary Queen of Scots and other noble families grace its halls and the tower house, walls and buildings reflect this long history – providing a great insight into life in the 16th century.

Montrose Basin Nature Reserve

Mere minutes from the centre of Montrose, this incredible reserve features highlights such as the tidal basin, which hosts wildfowl, waders and up to 60,000 migratory geese annually. Also check out the other habitats featured including salt marsh, fresh water, mud and many, many more.

Glenesk Retreat and Folk Museum

This community centre is home and guardian of the heritage, history and culture of Glenesk – showcasing the life of this historically rural community. Featuring a variety of agricultural and domestic objects, artefacts and photography that contain the identity and spirit of the local people and their history. The Victorian times are recreated with period appropriate dress up and provide a great look into life in those times.

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