Enjoy the peace and seclusion of a beautiful Angus glen in comfort and style, at Capo Cottages luxury Scottish self-catering
Backed by a deep forest of ancient Scots pines and overlooking the stunning hills and glens of Angus, Capo Cottages sit in a beautiful, peaceful spot beside the North Esk river on the Aberdeenshire side, offering luxury self-catering accommodation with a wealth of activities and places to explore close by, both in Angus and Aberdeenshire offering the best of both.
Each of the three self-catering cottages is unique, completely separate and private, providing flexible accommodation for single parties or larger groups who wish to holiday together but with their own separate space.
Wonderful walks and quiet cycle routes begin on the doorstep - leave the car at your cottage and head off with a picnic down to the river, into the forest or up into the hills.
Bring your fishing gear and relax for a day at one of the nearby beats on the North Esk, famous for its salmon and sea trout.
Discover the glorious Aberdeenshire and Angus coast with there amazing sandy beaches, just seven miles from the cottages, or visit the nearby picturesque village of Fettercairn, whose distillery marks the start of the Malt Whisky Trail.
Enjoy a round of golf - Edzell, Montrose Links and Brechin are right on the doorstep while the Scottish Open courses at Carnoustie and St Andrews are within an hour’s drive.
Explore the many castles and stately homes set amid the stunning Aberdeenshire scenery or for urban culture, head to the sparkling Granite City of Aberdeen, a pleasure to explore with its attractive architecture, large parks, shops, restaurants and theatres.
Whatever your inclination, Capo Cottages provide excellent accommodation for a wonderful self-catering holiday in this beautiful part of Scotland.
The beamed ceilings, stonewalls and oak floors all add to the character and charm of this 19th century farmhouse. Whilst being a very relaxing and welcoming house for families it is also the perfect location for friends who wish to have a break away together, with plenty of social space providing rooms for gathering together or finding a quiet corner to read and relax.
This recently converted farm building as the name suggests has a beautifully designed interior.
High quality fabrics, contempory furnishings and wall art combine to create a unique and quirky atmosphere. Dine alfresco on the decking with panoramic views over the Angus countryside, take a walk down to the pond.
Or indulge yourself in the feature bathroom, a luxurious way to unwind at the end of your day.
Newly renovated with space and comfort in mind, it sits on the edge of capo woods an ancient Scots pine forest. The main room is huge and combines the kitchen, dinning room and sitting room allowing everyone to socialise together (no need for the cook to be left out of the fun). Here you really are surrounded by nature and wild life. Relax and watch the red squirrels feeding (remember to re–fill the nut box), the deer grazing around the house at dusk or enjoy stargazing from the glass garden room.