The boathouse really is a one off! A unique luxury hideaway for couples, located right on the water’s edge This stylish conversion of a Victorian boathouse offers luxury waterside accommodation for two in the rolling Angus countryside near Dundee.
Luxury Waterside Escape for Two
The former boathouse, built in 1855, has been totally refurbished and updated with superb facilities and is the perfect bolthole for a romantic escape or even your honeymoon!
It’s an interesting mix of the traditional and contemporary, with the lounge featuring stone-clad walls with character fireplace, as well as a plasma screen TV. It has lavish furnishings throughout. The balcony offers views over the mature woodlands and trout fishing ponds. There is a compact but well-equipped dining kitchen with oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine.
Luxurious Master Bedroom
The downstairs master bedroom includes a ‘Tempur’ NASA designed and adjustable bed, with surround sound system, while the luxurious en-suite bathroom features a large Jacuzzi bath for two. The French windows in the bedroom open onto the waterside balcony, where you can enjoy a drink or even a meal.
Idyllic Waterside Hideaway
The boathouse is located on the Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort, which is ideal for golf and fishing. The on-site Waterside restaurant has timber-decked balconies and terraces overlooking the fishing ponds. There is also The Cairn o’ Mount Bar next door, serving a wide range of beers, spirits and snacks.
The Boathouse is an idyllic waterside hideaway and it’s hard to believe its only 15 mins from Dundee. The resort includes further luxury chalet-style accommodation, so the whole wedding party can be stay nearby if you wish!
Enjoy a spot of fishing at one of the on-site trout fishing pools. Superb fishing is available for experts and beginners alike, all year round.
How’s your handicap? Kingennie Golf Course is a new 9-hole course with stunning views of the Estate. There is also a driving range and an 18-hole putting green.
Visit the nearby coastal town of Arbroath to explore the historic Abbey, made famous by the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320. The harbour area is worth wandering around and you must pick up some delicious Arbroath Smokies.
Dundee is only a short drive away. Follow in the footstep of Captain Scott at Discovery Point and RSS Discovery. This fascinating visitor centre and historic ship is well worth a visit.
Head over to the DCA (Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre) and take in an exhibition or go shopping – they have some nice handcrafted jewellery and quirky ceramics and textiles. Jute Café Bar is good for lunch too.
How to book
Call 01382 350 777 or send us an email.
- One Bedroom / Sleeps 2
- Credit Card Payment Welcome
- Minimum Price – £725.00
- Maximum Price – £1,295.00
- Sorry No Pets Please
- Changeover Day – Saturday
- Short Breaks Welcome
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