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The Chauffeurs Cottage


Kinblethmont Cottages lie adjacent to Kinblethmont House, just to the left of the archway and have been designed so that they can be used in conjunction with Kinblethmont house (using the back doors) or be totally separate from it using their own road entrance and front doors facing away from Kinblethmont House. Each house has its own private terrace facing towards mature woodland for sitting out and BBQs and ample parking for several cars. The surrounding woodland, tracks and paths of Kinblethmont estate (excepting Kinbelthmont House private gardens) make a wonderful natural garden full of birdsong just waiting to be explored.

The Chauffeurs Cottage - Sleeps 6/8 - Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule with store cupboard, Downstairs WC, Large Kitchen/diner with oven, electric hob, dishwasher, large fridge freezer, washerdryer, microwave, toaster and kettle. Large Sitting room with wood-burning stove comfortable sofas (inc a sofabed) digital television. There are several pieces of original artwork displayed in the chauffeurs cottage which are available for sale. Upstairs: En suite Bedroom - Large double with kingsize bed, large cupboard, en-suite bathroom with shower. Bedroom 2 - Has 2 single beds that can be joined to make a super kingsized bed if required. Private Bathroom - next to bedroom 2 has large shower. Bedroom 3 - Has 2 single beds that can be joined to make a super kingsized bed if required. Private bathroom - next to bedroom 3 has a bath. The Chauffeur's Cottage is well insulated with full central heating. Sorry no smoking or pets.


The local town is the old fishing town of Arbroath, famed for its Arbroath smokies which can be seen being hot smoked in the traditional manner at the picturesque harbour. The dominant feature of the town is Arbroath Abbey which is the home of the declaration of Arbroath where the 14th century Scottish earls and barons declared "...for so long as a hundred of us remain alive, we will yield in no way to English dominion..." Perhaps that is why the Arbroath townsfolk tend to be SNP supporters. The abbey is very impressive and it and its visitor centre are well worth a visit. A little further away is the university city of Dundee, called the city of Discovery as it berths Captain Scott's antarctic exhibition ship Discovery which is open to the public along with an excellent multi-award winning experience centre. For an evening out Dundee also offers good restaurants, theatres including the Dundee repertory theatre and the vibrant Dundee Contemporary Arts centre and cafe. For those interested in golf you will be spoilt for choice with Letham Grange next door and Montrose, Brechin and Carnoustie clubs within 20 minutes drive. A little further afield are St Andrews at 50 minutes away by car and Gleneagles not much further away. If culture is more your thing, why not visit Glamis castle the legendary home of Shakespeare's Macbeth where you can visit the house and splendid gardens, or the wild ruins of Dunnotar castle in their dramatic seaside setting.

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