Converted by local craftsmen from a traditional stone farm steading to a high standard, these splendid properties are on a working farm amidst rolling farmland, 1 mile inland from the Royal Burgh of Inverbervie, the properties offer an impressive combination of 21st century accommodation within the original 19th century exterior. Each is highly specified, stylishly furnished and fitted to an excellent standard. Situated round a landscaped courtyard, each has its own patio area with outdoor furniture to enjoy the panoramic views and the tranquillity of the countryside. Secure storage is available for sports equipment.
Inverbervie has good shops and pubs while the charming coastal town of Montrose is 10 miles away and the city of Aberdeen, which has excellent facilities and an international airport, is approx 35 miles. Situated between sandy beaches and the picturesque villages of the coast and the magnificent mountain scenery of the Angus Glens and the Cairngorm National Park, this location offers the best of seaside and country, with easy access to Royal Deeside, is a perfect touring base. For outdoor enthusiasts there are lovely walks, climbing in the glens, cycling, angling, a wide choice of golf courses, riding and sailing all within easy reach. All around are historic castles and stately homes, gardens, museums and visitor centres making this the ideal spot for a relaxing, value-for-money family holiday at any time of year.
AN41b Sleeps 4 + b
1 double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (shower over whirlpool bath),1 twin bedroom with en-suite shower room, living room, kitchen/dining room, extra separate wc.
Each property : cooking by electricity, oil-fired central heating. Fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, television, freeview, DVD, CD player. Wifi available on request.
Bed linen and towels supplied. Cots and high chairs available.
Customer Reviews of Anniston Farmhouse Cottage, Inverbervie - Sleeps 4
"A first class cottage furnished to a very high standard."
Nothing was too much trouble for the owners and the cottage was superb and spotless. The local small fishing port of Dourden has a nice pub,fish shop with cafe recommended by Marco Pierre Whyte and a smoke house selling wet fish and crab to die for. We visited Glamis Castle (superb) and Balmoral, there is a fantastic beach and nature reserve at nearby St Sirus.
"Anniston Farmhouse Cottage at Inverbervie"
On arrival we received a much welcome pot of tea and cake by the owner who also gave us some friendly and useful advice on the property and surrounding area. The 2 bedroom cottage has a fantastic view of the countryside. It is spacious, nicely furnished and clean with a fresh vase of flowers on arrival. The farm is located on the outskirts of Inverbervie which has some basic local amenities such as a fish & chip shop and Co-op for food provisions. We found the location an ideal base for touring by car and included a mix of activities such as visits to Royal Deeside, St Cyrus Beach, Stonehaven Old Harbour, Dunottar Castle and aberdeen City. If the weather had been kinder we would have been able to enjoy the lovely courtyard garden more.
The accommodation was a converted farm steading and had been very well done. The finish was excellent with en-suite and a whirlpool bath. The welcome was warm and service and advice were easy to access. We saw plenty of wildlife and there were plenty of small towns nearby (eg Montrose) and Dundee and aberdeen were not too far away. Royal Deeside is worth a look and at Loch Muick there were roaring stags by the road.