Glenprosen is the most intimate of the Angus Glens, on the southernmost edge of the Cairngorms National Park.
Prosen Hostel is ideally placed at the end of the public road in Glenprosen, and on the southernmost edge of the Cairngorms National Park. Two Munros, the Mayar & Driesh, link Glenprosen to the Cairngorms plateau.
The Minister's Path leads over to Glen Clova (with new paths & bridges on the Clova side), whilst a footbridge & path alongside the prettiest stretch of the river Prosen connects via Backwater to Glenisla, and the Cateran trail, in Perthshire.
Converted to the latest and greenest specification, highly insulated (with Scottish sheep's wool), the living room has a wood burning stove, Wi-Fi internet connection, and raised area for lounging and admiring the view through the school’s huge windows. A drying room and laundering facilities complete the cosy welcome.
Sleeping accommodation totals 18 comprising 3 bunkrooms, sleeping 4, 4, & 6 respectively, also a family room sleeping another 4.
The nearby village hall is available to rent for ceilidhs, music sessions, parties, celebrations etc