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Angus Accommodation

Among the great lands of Scotland, Angus is worthy place to visit. The county of Angus borders onto Aberdeenshire, Perth and Kinross and Dundee City. Angus has many British castles, Cathedrals and churches, historic houses, open spaces, Gardens, museums, galleries, wildlife parks and the like that form a long lasting impact on the tourists. If you are planning to visit the area, then it is worth to know the accommodation facilities available at various places. This article focuses on accommodations ranging from five-star hotels to the economy class hotels that provide comfortable stay to the tourists of all classes.

The important places in Angus include Arbroath, Brechin, Carnoustie, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Monifieth, and Montrose. Some of the interesting places are as follows: Aberlemno Sculptured Stones (Pictish symbols), Angus Folk Museum, Glamis, Arbroath Abbey, Barry Mill, Brechin Cathedral, Brechin Castle, Brechin Round Tower, Caledonian Railway, Cairngorms National Park, Carnlochan NNR – National Nature Reserve, Eassie Stone, Edzell Castle, Glamis Castle, House of Dun, Loch of Kinnordy Nature Reserve, The Meffan Museum and Art Gallery, Monboddo House, Montrose Basin Nature Reserve, and the Montrose Museum.

Castleton House Hotel, Angus; Gramarcy House, Brechin; Carnoustie Golf Hotel Spa, Carnoustie; Chapelbank Hotel, Forfar; Lochside Lodge Roundhouse Restaurant, Kirriemuir; and Chapel House B B, Montrose are the star class hotels that provide world class comforts during the stay at Angus. The cost of stay in these hotels ranges from £60 to £105. There are also hotels and motels that offer affordable stay with a less price range and some of them include Northern Hotel, Brechin; Scottish Golf Apartments, Carnoustie; The Kinloch Arms Hotel, Carnoustie; Royal Hotel, Forfar; and Park Hotel, Montrose. The charges for a night’s stay at these hotels range from £30 to £60. All of the hotels have advance booking facilities and can be reserved in advance through the internet and also through phone.

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