Nestled in Strathmore Valley in the town of Brechin, the Northern Hotel invites guests to explore the vast Angus countryside. Situated on the banks of the South Esk river, Brechin offers a wealth of historical attractions such as the 13th-century Brechin Cathedral, the 11th-century Round Tower, the nearby 600-year-old Glamis Castle, the Angus Glens and the Brechin Museum.
The bedrooms come fitted with flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi connection, bathrooms, hairdryers and telephones.
The Baillie restaurant offers an extensive menu with both local and international options, while refreshing tipples can be savoured at the Hudson Bar.
Groupon’s Guide To Angus
Located in East Scotland, Angus is a maritime county overlooking the North Sea. There are plenty of local attractions reminding of the area’s heydey.
The cultural landmarks include castles, ancient houses and churches. Visitors may head to the Glamis Castle to admire period paintings, armour and furnishings. Georgian architecture can be admired when visiting the House of Dun, while a place where travellers may embrace their spiritual side is the Brechin Cathedral, which dates back to the 13th century. Other attractions include two railways, Kerr’s Miniature Railway and the Caledonian Railway, prime examples of ancient means of transport.