Glen Clova Lodges in Kirriemuir

Welcome to Glen Clova Lodges in Nr Kirriemuir offering a choice of 4 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Glen Clova Lodges including Glen Clova Lodges photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Glen Clova Lodges online securely. Glen Clova Lodges is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Kirriemuir or Angus.

Glen Clova Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, the ultimate Highland hideaway surrounded by the idyllic tranquillity of the majestic Angus Glens. Set in the grounds of the Glen Clova Hotel at the foot of Glen Doll, and commanding stunning views over the Clova Valley, this is the perfect Scottish rural retreat. A spectacular balance of the best of all worlds, each well appointed and spacious lodge boasts a fabulous open plan design opulently completed by private saunas and hot tubs. Factor in the hotel’s warm hospitality, bar and restaurant specialising in lovingly prepared local produce and you have the supreme complement to doing as much or as little as you please. The Angus Glens unlock a treasure chest of hidden delights to visitors, with Glen Clova arguably the loveliest; reflected by its rare plantlife. Glen Doll hosts challenges aplenty for outdoor enthusiasts, while cycling, walking, fishing and photography opportunities abound. Dundee and Perth are only an hours’ drive. Outdoor hot tub. Bar and restaurant. Wi-Fi access (reception area). All facilities available for all dates.

A choice of one, two and three bedroom lodges furnished to the highest standard and offering panoramic views over the beautiful Scottish countryside.

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV/DVD/CD
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Barbecue
  • Verandah with garden furniture
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs £12pw or short break
  • Pets £30 per week or short break each (max 2)
  • Welcome pack – Tea, coffee, milk and orange juice
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Glen Clova Lodges have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Autograph Range
  • Hot Tub
  • Non Smoking
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

Accommodation at Glen Clova Lodges

Old Mill Lodge (Lodge)

Old Mill Lodge

Beautiful and bespoke lodge with one spacious king size double with generous ensuite bathroom with roll top bath and large walk in shower. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. The perfect retreat for a romantic break.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms

Hideaway Lodge (Lodge)

Hideaway Lodge

Luxurious and well appointed detached, open plan lodge with vaulted ceiling. The ultimate romantic hideaway. One double. Sauna.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Sauna

Clova Lodge (Lodge)

Clova Lodge

Luxurious and well appointed detached, open plan lodge. The ideal getaway for friends or family. One spacious king size double and either one double or one twin – please check when booking, both with ensuite shower. Sauna. Special discount applies if only two people are using only one bedroom.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Sauna

Glen Lodge (Lodge)

Glen Lodge

Luxurious and well appointed two storey semi-detached lodge. Ground floor: Two double or two twin – please check when booking, both with ensuite shower. First floor: Open plan kitchen/diner with balcony offering magnificent scenic views of the glen. One double. Shower. Sauna.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Sauna

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Things to do near Glen Clova Lodges

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Broughty Ferry Beach, Dundee - 27 Miles away

An extensive sandy beach nestled beneath a historic castle in the former fishing village of Broughty Ferry, now a residential suburb of Dundee. A promenade gives direct pedestrian and disabled access at several locations and the beach is backed by dunes.

Location: Dundee

Reekie Falls, Blairgowrie - 13 Miles away

The Reekie Linn is the most impressive waterfall in the region, its great power making it an awesome sight especially in spate. The very short walk to it is very pleasant through deciduous woodland on the rim of a deep and dangerous gorge

Location: Blairgowrie

The Cateran Trail, Blairgowrie - 19.6 Miles away

The Cateran Trail is a 64 mile circular waymarked walking route in the Perthshire and Angus glens that follows the same ancient drove routes once used by cattle rustlers. Using existing paths and minor roads, the trail can be walked in stages or completed in a relatively leisurely fashion in 4/5 days.

Location: Blairgowrie   More Details »

River Ericht Walk, Blairgowrie - 19.6 Miles away

A long circular walk by the banks of the River Ericht and through mixed countryside. The area is famed for its delicious soft fruit and huge fields of raspberries, wheat and barley are a feature on the early part of the walk. Further on the route hugs the river bank, crossing at Kitty Swanson’s Bridge, a spot where, for many years in the late 1800’s, Kitty operated a ferry crossing and lived in a nearby cottage. The return back to town is notable for the tremendous unfolding views of the Sidlaw Hills and the historical interest of old mills by the river

Location: Blairgowrie

Craigower, Near Pitlochry - 27.1 Miles away

Craigower is an 11 acre old beacon hill. Despite not being very high, the walk can be strenuous in parts but once at the top, you can enjoy views of Loch Tummel, Loch Rannoch, Farragon Hill, Schiehallion and even as far as Glencoe.

Location: Near Pitlochry   More Details »

Cargills Bistro, Blairgowrie - 17.8 Miles away

Cargill’s Restaurant & Bistro is a family run business, located in the heart of Blairgowrie, Perthshire, sourcing only the best local produce and ingredients. Open 7 days for breakfasts, lunch & dinner. Children welcome.

Location: Blairgowrie

The Old Cross Inn, Blairgowrie - 19 Miles away

The inn is in a Victorian-built sandstone building in the heart of Perthshire, amidst some glorious Scottish scenery and within striking distance of a host of tourist attractions and leisure activities. Open Monday and Tuesday 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, Wednesday to Saturday - 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm and 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, Sunday 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm, children welcome

Location: Blairgowrie

The Fair O’Blair – Wetherspoons, Blairgowrie - 19.6 Miles away

Newly opened pub/restaurant (June 2013) enjoy quality food at great value prices, open daily from 7am to 11pm – restrictions apply for children after 8pm

Location: Blairgowrie

Little's Restaurant, Blairgowrie - 19.6 Miles away

Little’s prides itself on being a relaxed and informal haven with a varied, well thought out menu to suit all tastes. Open Tuesday to Saturday Evenings 6pm to 9.30pm – with a special two course meal deal Tuesday to Friday. Children welcome.

Location: Blairgowrie

The Sampan Indian Restaurant, Blairgowrie - 19.6 Miles away

SAMPAN was voted the No 1 Restaurant for Takeaways, by the Public, in the B.E.P.T.A. "LOVE TO EAT" Awards 2013! Open 7 days 5pm to 11pm, dine in or take away service available.

Location: Blairgowrie

The Dalmore Inn & Restaurant, Blairgowrie - 20.9 Miles away

Situated just outside the market town of Blairgowrie, Perthshire, in the heart of Scotland, sourcing fresh local ingredients to ensure our menu is varied and reflects our love of Scotland! Open from 10am for coffee, meals served 12 - 9pm. Children welcome

Location: Blairgowrie

The Corn Kist Coffee Shop, Angus - 22.8 Miles away

Indulge yourself with some delicious home made food at the Corn Kist Coffee Shop, pleasantly situated in a rural location with the Milton Haugh Farm Shop.

Location: Angus   More Details »

B-Lo Cafe Restaurant, Montrose - 24.8 Miles away

This intimate little eatery prides itself on serving fair trade coffees and teas. An excellent selection of home made bakes and cakes and the most vital ingredient of all, a relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy them in.

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Rainbow Restaurant, By Pitlochry - 25.9 Miles away

The Rainbow Restaurant within the Dowally Craft Centre is an ideal stopping point either for tea and cake or a main meal served by the friendly staff. Great background music enhances the relaxed atmosphere.

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Victoria's Restaurant, Pitlochry - 26.3 Miles away

Charming restaurant and coffee shop, family owned and operated with a reputation for quality cuisine and emphasis on friendly, attentive, high standards of service.

Location: Pitlochry   More Details »

The Italian, Dundee - 26.4 Miles away

For the past 6 years, The Italian has brought the finest Italian cuisine to Dundee city centre. Located on Commercial Street, the restaurant forms part of the Cathedral network of buildings, making it an ideal tourist destination.

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Bon Appetit, Dundee - 26.4 Miles away

You'll find an ever changing menu of authentic French cuisine prepared with the finest available fresh produce. Bon Appétit prides itself in slow food, but fast service!

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Port-na-Craig Inn and Restaurant, Perthshire - 26.5 Miles away

Located on the banks of the river Tummel, and established in 1650, Port-na -Craig Inn has served many satisfied drinkers and diners over the centuries. The famous Pitchochry festival theatre is situated nearby.

Location: Perthshire   More Details »

The Old Armoury, Pitlochry - 26.6 Miles away

A family-run restaurant with a welcoming atmosphere, it offers excellent food based on the finest Scottish ingredients – imaginatively created dishes served in unusual combinations with a delicious balance of flavours and all beautifully presented.

Location: Pitlochry   More Details »

The Royal Arch Bar, Broughty Ferry - 26.6 Miles away

Renowned for its promotion of fresh local produce, with a menu ranging from light snacks to traditional fayre, and favourites from around the globe; The Royal Arch was recently voted 'Scottish Community Pub of the Year' in The DRAM Scottish Licensed Trade Awards.

Location: Broughty Ferry   More Details »

The Ship Inn & Waterfront Restaurant, Broughty Ferry - 26.9 Miles away

Full width picture windows at this waterfront restaurant allow uninterrupted views of the working river's ever changing activity. The restaurant is designed to resemble the below deck area of a sailing ship, adapting a number of features from Captain Scott's RRS Discovery.

Location: Broughty Ferry   More Details »

The Bellrock, Arbroath - 27 Miles away

Enjoy spectacular views with your traditional fish and chips at this award winning 140 seater restaurant. There's a special OAP menu.

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Mountains Animal Sanctuary, Glenogil - 11.8 Miles away

Set in beautiful surroundings, this sanctuary operates an adoption scheme for its rescued horses, ponies and donkeys. Guided tours are provided. There's also a visitor centre, gift shop and picnic area.

Location: Glenogil   More Details »

Edzell Castle and Garden, Edzell - 16.1 Miles away

The beautiful walled garden at Edzell is one of Scotland's unique sights, created by Sir David Lindsay in 1604. The 'Pleasance' is a delightful formal garden with walls decorated with sculptured stone panels, flower boxes and niches for nesting birds.

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House of Pitmuies, Angus - 19.8 Miles away

A beautiful private garden set in the grounds of a fabulous 18th century house. Superb semi-formal walled gardens, herbaceous perennials, rose borders and delphiniums await the visitor in one of Scotland’s finest gardens. Take a stroll by the river and soak up the tranquil atmosphere in this gem of a location.

Location: Angus

Monikie Country Park, Monikie, Broughty Ferry - 23 Miles away

Originally the site of two old reservoirs, the things to do list is huge. Enjoy a stroll around the area, or take to it on a mountain bike. Cook lunch on a BBQ then have some fun in the play park. Do a bit of bird watching or try your hand at water sports.

Location: Monikie, Broughty Ferry   More Details »

Clatto Country Park, Ardler - 23.8 Miles away

Set around 24 acres of water, this parkland offers a great visitor centre, picnic and BBQ sites and children's play areas. You can also play water sports here during the summer months and go for a walk on the many paths and trails around the site.

Location: Ardler   More Details »

House Of Dun, Montrose - 24 Miles away

Royal mementos are on view at this Georgian house overlooking the Montrose Basin, much of which is nature reserve, internationally important for wildfowl and geese. There are waymarked paths and observation hides. (Dogs are not allowed in the walled garden or the formal terrace gardens)

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Dunninald House and Gardens, Montrose - 25.1 Miles away

An early 19th century mansion house which is still a family home, set in an 18th century planned landscape with a superb walled garden. The house is best known for its architectural merit.

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Crombie Country Park, Angus - 26 Miles away

A Ranger service, angling and wildlife watching are all available at this woodland park covering 200 acres around Crombie Loch. Follow the discovery trail and learn something about the local history.

Location: Angus   More Details »

University of Dundee Botanic Garden, Dundee - 26.5 Miles away

The beautiful botanic gardens at the University of Dundee are a delightful place to visit. Spend some time admiring the impressive collection of plants, trees and flowers which have originated from all over the globe. Located near the River Tay there is also a special Evolutionary Garden which depicts plant life over time and is a fascinating site to explore.

Location: Dundee

Explorers Garden, Pitlochry - 26.6 Miles away

Journey into the mysterious and intriguing Explorers Garden and discover the hidden treasures brought home by the ‘plant-hunters’. These men were horticulturalists, botanists and adventurers, masters of the craft and through their explorations throughout the globe; this superb garden is a wonder to behold. Twenty of these figures and their journeys are represented in Explorers Garden.

Location: Pitlochry

Hercules Garden, Pitlochry - 29.8 Miles away

Hercules is a 10 acre walled garden of fruit and vegetables grown among ornamental planting schemes and sweet smelling shrubs, overlooked by a fine statue of Hercules by John Cheere, placed on a rise in a shrub walk running east from Blair Castle.

Location: Pitlochry   More Details »

Camperdown Wildlife Centre, Dundee - 24.4 Miles away

This wildlife centre is one of Dundee's most popular attractions and is home to around 50 species of animals, birds and reptiles.

Location: Dundee   More Details »

Sensation Science Centre, Dundee - 26.6 Miles away

Whether it's crawling through a giant nose or challenging the robots of Roborealm, this unique four star attraction devoted to the five senses offers hours of fun and stimulation with over 60 hands-on exhibits, so visitors aged from 4 to 104 can experience the magic of science.

Location: Dundee   More Details »

Activekid Adventure Park, Perth - 28.6 Miles away

Let the kids burn off their energy on a big co-kart track, a pedal tractor area, extra trampolines, playhouses within the fort plus even more attractions. A crazy golf course is also currently under construction.

Location: Perth   More Details »

Cairngorm Mountain, Aviemore - 29.5 Miles away

You could spend a fair amount of time exploring the Cairngorm Mountain, as there are lots of things to see and do. Take a trip on the UK's highest railway, with spectacular views of the Scottish mountain landscape, walk along the mountain footpath or stroll around the gardens. Also a must is to take a look at the stunning landscapes through the camera Obscura... a device that brings the outside in!

Location: Aviemore   More Details »

Glenesk Folk Museum, Glenesk - 8.3 Miles away

The museum contains many artefacts and archives relating to the lives of the local people over the past century and displays information about the Glenesk area. There is a tearoom and gift shop.

Location: Glenesk   More Details »

JM Barrie's Birthplace, Kirriemuir - 11.7 Miles away

In this two-storey house J M Barrie (1860–1937), the creator of Peter Pan, was born. The upper floors are furnished as they may have been when Barrie lived there and the adjacent house, No 11, contains an exhibition about his literary and theatrical works.

Location: Kirriemuir   More Details »

Alyth Museum, Blairgowrie - 15.9 Miles away

This small and welcoming museum is dedicated to the domestic and agricultural history of Alyth.

Location: Blairgowrie   More Details »

Angus Folk Museum, Glamis - 16.1 Miles away

Where will you find cruisie lamps, pirn winders, cloutie rugs, bannock spades and a thrawcrook? At the Angus Folk Museum! The domestic section is housed in six charming 18th-century cottages in Kirk Wynd, the agricultural collection in the farm steading opposite.

Location: Glamis   More Details »

Glamis Castle and Gardens, Glamis - 16.2 Miles away

Family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, legendary setting for Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' and childhood home of the late Queen Mother. With its strong links with history, royalty and fiction, Glamis Castle is one of Scotland’s most impressive visitor attractions.

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Pictavia Visitor Centre, Brechin - 17.4 Miles away

Pictavia Visitor Centre tells the fascinating story of the ancient Picts, who inhabited Scotland during the 1st millennium AD, offering an insight into these enigmatic people through a mix of artefacts and interactive exhibits. Pictavia is just off the A90 at the Brechin bypass.

Location: Brechin   More Details »

Atholl Palace Museum, Pitlochry - 26 Miles away

As well as the stories of the people who built, worked at, and visited the Atholl Palace from the time building began in 1874, the museum looks at the reasons for building a large Hydropathic Establishment in Pitlochry and the impact it had on the town.

Location: Pitlochry   More Details »

Barry Mill, Carnoustie - 26.1 Miles away

This working traditional water-powered oatmeal mill is a great example of Scotland's industrial heritage. You can discover more about the milling process with a guided tour during April-October. And if you time it right, you can watch the milling which happens on a Sunday afternoon.

Location: Carnoustie   More Details »

The Unicorn Preservation Society, Dundee - 26.3 Miles away

A wonderful museum, housed in an old frigate built in 1824. What is most remarkable about her is that she is Scotland's only wooden warship left in existence. Visit this historic ship and spend a day learning about her history.

Location: Dundee   More Details »

Arbroath Abbey, Arbroath - 26.8 Miles away

The Abbey is famously associated with the Declaration of Arbroath of 1320, which asserted Scotland's independence from England. Parts of the abbey church and domestic buildings remain, notably the gatehouse range, the abbot's house and the herb garden.

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Corrie Fee, Kirriemuir - 4.4 Miles away

One of 9 national nature reserves located in the Cairngorms National Park, this reserve was sculpted thousands of years ago by ice which left behind corries, cliffs, moraines and a meandering river. This breathtaking landscape is a haven for scarce arctic-alpine plants, birds and animals able to cope with the challenges of mountain life.

Location: Kirriemuir   More Details »

Glenshee Ski Centre, Braemar - 13.1 Miles away

With an impressive 20 lifts and 36 runs, this ski centre offers a massive range of skiing & snowboarding facilities. If you are new to skiing, you can hire an instructor or join a class, but if you consider yourself a pro, then just hit the slopes and have fun!

Location: Braemar   More Details »

Alyth Golf Club, Blairgowrie - 15.7 Miles away

Alyth is an 18-hole (6,259 yds) heathland layout; Alyth Golf Club was established in 1894. The original 9 holes were designed by the master Old Tom Morris of St Andrews with James Braid completing the extension in 1934. Visitors welcome

Location: Blairgowrie

Strathmore Golf Club, Blairgowrie - 17.4 Miles away

Set in the heart of the Strathmore valley, Strathmore Golf Centre was opened in 1996 by Kathryn Marshall and has quickly matured and gained a reputation as the "Friendly Place to Play Golf"

Location: Blairgowrie

Salmon fishing – The River Ericht, Blairgowrie - 19.6 Miles away

Season 15th January - 15th October (No worm fishing allowed before 1st June or after 30th September) Visitors can purchase fishing permits valid Monday to Friday from Kate Fleming, 26 Allan Street, Blairgowrie or Jas Crockart, 28 Allan Street, Blairgowrie

Location: Blairgowrie

Blairgowrie Recreation Centre , Blairgowrie - 20.1 Miles away

Active Kids/Live active sports available for primary school children, swimming pool open daily throughout the summer holidays

Location: Blairgowrie

Rosemount Championship Course, Blairgowrie - 20.7 Miles away

Blairgowrie is home to the famous Rosemount Championship Course, The Lansdowne Course and the 9 hole wee course at Blairgowrie Golf club, look out for the Junior Ryder Cup event being held September 2014. Visitors are welcome daily

Location: Blairgowrie

Nae Limits, Ballinluig - 25.7 Miles away

Scotland's most centrally located outdoor adventure centre, only 1œ hours drive from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Dundee. Open all year round, Nae Limits offer over 13 activities including Scotland's only Sphere Mania facility, Adventure Tubes, River Bugs, and Whitewater Rafting.

Location: Ballinluig   More Details »

Cairngorm Mountain Ski Centre, Aviemore - 29.6 Miles away

Aviemore is Britain’s premier winter sports resort. Experience the thrill of snow sports for yourself at Cairngorm including alpine ski-ing, snowboarding, cross country ski-ing and sledging.

Location: Aviemore   More Details »

Camera Obscura, Kirriemuir - 11.2 Miles away

When JM Barrie was given the freedom of Kirriemuir, he presented the town with the cricket pavilion on Kirrie Hill, and the Camera Obscura within it. At times, it will be unable to operate due to weather conditions, which may result in closure for the whole day.

Location: Kirriemuir   More Details »

Peel Farm, Kirriemuir - 12.1 Miles away

Peel Farm is a working farm in the beautiful Angus Glens, situated 1/2 mile from the spectacular Reekie Linn waterfall. As well as a coffee shop, snack lunches, scrummy home baking, Farm Shop and the Little Cloth House, it has a great atmosphere and friendly staff.

Location: Kirriemuir   More Details »

Caledonian Railway (Brechin) Ltd, Brechin - 17.8 Miles away

Steam railway running four miles from a unique Victorian terminus station at Brechin, to Bridge of Dun, a former stopping place for Royal trains set in remote countryside. Visitors can take interesting walks from the station to the bird sanctuary along both banks of the river.

Location: Brechin   More Details »

Montrose Museum And Art Gallery, Montrose - 24.9 Miles away

The museum has a wide range of displays of local interest covering archaeology, Montrose history, the Picts, Montrose silver, and maritime and natural history. The art gallery has a changing selection of local paintings and exhibitions.

Location: Montrose   More Details »

Mills Observatory, Dundee - 25.8 Miles away

As the nights draw in, make your way to Britain's only full-time public observatory for an unobstructed view of the winter skies.

Location: Dundee   More Details »

Kerrs Miniature Railway, Arbroath - 26.2 Miles away

A treat for everyone! Travel on Scotland's oldest and finest passenger carrying miniature railway. The steam and diesel locomotives have thrilled four generations of happy travellers.

Location: Arbroath   More Details »

Verdant Works, Dundee - 26.3 Miles away

You'll feel you've taken a step into a time capsule of yesteryear at Verdan Works, where you'll discover how the people of Dundee lived, worked and played over 100 years ago.

Location: Dundee   More Details »

Discovery Point & RRS Discovery, Dundee - 26.7 Miles away

Follow in the footsteps of Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleton aboard the Royal Research Ship Discovery at the multi-award winning Discovery Point attraction and museum and experience one of the greatest stories ever told.

Location: Dundee   More Details »

The Scottish Liqueur Centre, Perth - 28.9 Miles away

The company originated on the Isle of Mull but relocated to Perthshire in 1995. The liqueurs are made to their own unique recipes, some of which have been in the family for generations.

Location: Perth   More Details »

Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Glen Clova Lodges. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Angus or holiday parks in Kirriemuir.

The Meadows at Lochlands Leisure Park, Forfar

Landal Piperdam, Dundee