Read on to discover some of the attractions you can explore while staying at one of our cottages in Angus. ... Read More »To the north of the River Tay, Angus has a rugged coastline and gentle rolling foothills running into the eastern edge of the Cairngorms National Park. The main city is Dundee, situated on the north shore of the River Tay and overlooking Fife to the south. Known as the City of Discovery, Captain Scott's Antarctic polar expedition ship R.R.S. Discovery is berthed on the riverside and well worth a visit. The Grampian Mountains and their glens, such as Clova, Prosen and Esk, lie to the north-west providing many opportunities for walking enthusiasts. From your cottage Angus - the coastline - beckons with its sandy beaches, rugged coves, fishing ports and fine links golf courses. Arbroath, home of the famous Smokie, has a well-preserved 12th-century Abbey where Scottish nobles signed the Declaration of Independence in 1320. Golfers might want to make for Carnoustie and its world-renowned golf course, scene of many 'Open' championships. This seaside town is a holiday resort in its own right, reputedly one of the sunniest spots in Scotland. Perhaps Angus's main attraction is Glamis Castle, near Forfar, the childhood home of the late Queen Mother. From our selection of holiday cottages Angus, and all these attractions, are within reach. So, why not browse our selection of cottages in Angus to find something which suits your needs?