Muirhouses Farm

Muirhouses FarmMuirhouses Farm is a traditional farm that dates back to the 17th century. It is  a working livestock and arable farm on the outskirts of Kirriemuir.

Muirhouses has stunning views of the Angus Glens, Caddam Woods, Tulloch Hill, and the parklands of Kirriemuir.

Muirhouses is an ideal holiday retreat in an area rich in scenery, history & activities. Ideal base for visiting Glamis Castle.

 

Steading    

Steading Cottage is a 2 bedroom cottage , sleeping 4 , and is selfcatering.  1 king size bed in one bedroom and a twin bedroom. Travel cot available by prior arrangement.

 Cosy and comfortable lounge, large, bright kitchen/dining room and bathroom with walk-in shower.  Large colourful garden with plenty parking. View more photographs of Steading Cottage in the Gallery.

Pets welcome, maximum 2 small dogs, by arrangement.

Week-long stays , long week-ends or mid-week breaks available.  

To make a reservation, or make an enquiry, please go the right of this page.

 

Local Shopping & Dining

The Drovers Inn offers both traditional Scottish and contemporary fine dining for lunch time and evening meals.the-drovers.com/

Location

Muirhouses Farm is the ideal base for your holiday, whether you’re walking, cycling or driving.

Muirhouses is located on the outskirts of Kirriemuir - 'The Little Red Town' in Angus, Scotland.

Kirriemuir is at the foot of the Angus Glens and on the perimeter of the Cairngorm National Park.

Although we’re in the countryside, we’re only a mile from the nearest bus stop and we can provide you with lot of ideas about places you can reach easily by public transport, including majestic Glamis Castle.  http://www.angus.gov.uk/info/20186/public_transport/8/bus_timetables

The roads around Kirriemur are a cyclist’s paradise! Take your own – or borrow one of ours! Bring your own cycling helmets.

There are lots of opportunities for walking. Whether you enjoy hillwalking or a stroll through beautiful woodland (or around a golf course!), you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Kirriemuir has a wonderful  well maintained path network and Glen Doll has numerous waymarked routes. Lots of maps and information available at Muirhouses.