Whinney-Knowe B&B Letham - This is an unspoilt part of Scotland and is ideal for those interested in hill walking, cycling, shooting, fishing, pony trekking, skiing and many other outdoor pursuits.
Facilities include 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite) and residents have their own dining and TV lounge.
There are 3 bedrooms available (1 with en-suite facilities) The rooms are all modern and attractively furnished and come with colour television and tea/coffee making facilities. It can get cold in these parts over the winter months - so you will be glad to know that all rooms are centrally heated and come with UPVC double glazing for your extra comfort.
A full Scottish Breakfast is served in our Dining room which also doubles as a guest's lounge so you can meet up with and share stories of your days activites with other guests should you like.
The lounge also has french doors opening up to an attractive patio area which is an ideal spot to relax when the sun shines.
There is a good bus service to nearest town and we also have secure off-street parking available.
No matter what your age or interests are, there is always something exciting to do in this area. For those perhaps a little less energetic there can be much enjoyment had simply from admiring the beauty of the countryside.
Situated in the nearby village of Glamis this famous Scottish castle was the childhood home of HRH Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother and birthplace of the late Princess Margaret. It was also the legendary setting for Shakespeare's Macbeth. Within the castle are fine collections of china, paintings, tapestry and furniture. A popular tourist attraction the castle is open to the public and there are gift and garden shops as well as a self-service restaurant.
Glen Isla is the most westerly of the lovely Glens of Angus. The gateway to the Glens is Kirriemuir, a small town best known as the childhood home of J M Barrie, creator of Peter Pan. In the town there is a museum/exhibition in the house he was born in and also a café and small shop.
There is no shortage of Golf courses in this part of the world. As well as a good selection of local quality courses there are also world renowned championship courses within easy driving distance such as St Andrews, Carnoustie (pictured across) and Gleneagles.
A few miles drive towards the coast lies the historic town and fishing port of Arbroath. Famous for it's historic Abbey and renowned delicacy "arbroath smokies", the town also has a good selection of shops and spectacular walks along it's coastline. Fishing enthusiasts can take fishing trips that can be arranged with local fishermen.
The nearby city of Dundee has in recent years has become known as the City of Discover because of its links with the Royal Research Ship Discovery, famous for taking Captain Scott on his epic trip to Antartica. The ship which was built in Dundee is now berthed here and takes center stage as part of a spectacular visitors centre and museum complex.