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Welcome to the online home of The Church House Bed & Breakfast. On 29th June 1835 the foundation stone of the church was laid. Almost 200 years later it has now been redesigned to accommodate and meet the needs and comforts of our guests

Bed & Breakfast

Facilities

 

Whether it's business or pleasure that brings you to Church House Bed and Breakfast you can count on a relaxing comfortable experience.

Here at The Church House Bed and Breakfast you'll find large relaxed rooms with memory foam mattresses in King size or Double, the choice is yours. Lush Duck down duvets and pillows or anti-allergy bedding, just let us know.

 

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Breakfast is on a relaxed self-service continental basis, no need to work to a timetable, its ready when you are. Relax, you've earned it

 

MAKE YOUR VACATION COMFORTABLE

 

Relax in the large two person Jacuzzi or try the steam showers.

Spend time enjoying the large living room area with 65" 4K TV for that cinema experience made even better watching from the reclining settees.

 

 

BEST

FOR EVENTS

PERFECT

FOR RELAXING

 

Come and celebrate the birthday of the rock and roll legend Bon Scott in his Scottish hometown of Kirriemuir !

Featuring the awesome tribute band, Her Way to Hell, and local support from heavy rockers Tusk.

A gig not to to be missed for any AC/DC fan!

Kirriemuir

 

A charming town with winding narrow streets, Kirriemuir - 'Gateway to the Glens' - makes a captivating base for exploring the beautiful braes of Angus.

Kirriemuir, locally known as Kirrie, is a small town 5 miles north of Forfar. Kirriemuir's most famous son was the author JM Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan. His birthplace, now owned by the National Trust of Scotland, contains an imaginative exhibition featuring life-size figures, theatre posters and stage costumes. There is a statue of Peter Pan in the middle of the town.

Barrie gifted a camera obscura to the people of the town from which you can enjoy stunning panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Birdwatchers will enjoy a visit to the nearby Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) reserve at Loch of Kinnordy, home to many wetland birds, viewable from hides and boardwalks.

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+44 0 1575 574451