Explore Scotland: Angus Where to Stay Guide Brochure
Discover Angus, an area of outstanding natural beauty, where rugged coastlines, gentle lowlands and Highland Glens, merge easily and unexpectedly to produce world-class golf locations, wonderful walking opportunities and myriad outdoor activity options.
Uncover its history at Arbroath Abbey and hear about Scottish independence and the Declaration of Arbroath. Visit Glamis Castle, the childhood home of the late Queen Mother and one of the settings of Shakespeare's Macbeth. And follow the Pictish Trail stopping at Pictavia, near Brechin to hear tales of the ancient warrior tribe.
Go on a revitalising coastal walk along the red sandstone Seaton Cliffs north of Arbroath or a gentle stroll across the stunning beach of Lunan Bay. Inland, the Angus Glens of Isla, Prosen, Clova, Lethnot and Esk make up a truly breathtaking area filled with wildlife and opportunities for activities and adventure.
Golfers are spoiled for choice in 'Carnoustie Country' with 30 challenging links, classic parkland and glorious heathland courses within a 40 minute drive. Test your game on the hallowed links of Carnoustie Championship, Arbroath or Montrose or the equally enjoyable parkland challenges of Brechin, Forfar and Edzell.
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