Welcome to Kescoweth Bed and Breakfast situated 2 hours from Edinburgh and the perfect stop off if travelling North, 30 minutes from Dundee and 45 minutes from St Andrews. Close to Glamis, Glenotter and Crathes Castle.
Standing high up in the Angus countryside with views to Lunan Bay and St Andrews, Kescoweth B&B will provide a warm and friendly welcome. Whether you are shooting, fishing, cycling, hiking, enjoying a family holiday or on business, Kescoweth aims to provide you with comfort in a relaxed countryside retreat.
After a busy business day enjoy the friendly atmosphere and stunning views at Kescoweth Bed and Breakfast. Enjoy the quiet calm to relax and /or complete unfinished work. Then complete your day with a stroll in the amazing Angus countryside. We will be happy to prepare evening meals or simple suppers.
We offer a wonderful cooked breakfast, an occasional variation on a theme will be offered. Pastries, homemade muffins and pancakes are also available.
Kescoweth bed and breakfast apartment has three double bedrooms each with their own television. The guest's private sitting room is just a few steps away from each bedroom. Giving guests quiet seclusion if they so wish.
Suppers are willingly prepared. There is a snack menu for the Hungry Hare in each room. If the weather is fair you are welcome to barbecue.
Kescoweth has three double bedrooms each with their own television. The guest sitting room is just steps away from each bedroom and has a large television and coffee and tea making facilities. The accommodation offers a quiet private stay if wished.
Arbroath is close by , settled in the 12th century, lies 15 miles to the north east of Dundee. The attractive historic harbour remains in action today and long sandy beaches and stunning sandstone cliffs stretch out on either side of the town.
The town's most famous product is the Arbroath Smokie, which was first created in the village of Auchmithie. It is line-caught haddock, smoke-cured over smouldering oak chips, and still made here in a number of family-run smokehouses tucked in around the harbour. One of the most approachable and atmospheric is MM Spink's tiny whitewashed premises at 10 Marketgate; chef and cookery writer Rick Stein described the fish here, warm from the smoke, as "a world-class delicacy".
Wander through the huddled cottages of the 'Fit o'the Toon' - the harbour district where the smell of Arbroath smokies usually hangs heavy in the air. Beyond it, the seafront road heads into Victoria Park. At the far end of the road, a path climbs up over the red sandstone cliffs of Whiting Ness, stretching endlessly onto the horizon and eroded into a multitude of inlets, caves and arches that warrant hours of leisurely exploration.
Pop into the local Information Centre and pick up a copy of the Arbroath Cliffs Nature Trail Guide. This free pocket guide picks out 20 good viewing points along the first mile and a half, and also gives details on the local flora and fauna. Watch out - you may even see puffins! And at the end of your walk pop into The But 'n' Ben restaurant in Auchmithie - their Arbroath Smokie Pancake is a must!