With so much history behind it, the rich character of the House of Dun is sure to keep you occupied. The estate was home to the Erskine family from 1375 until 1980, but archaeological evidence shows people have lived here for at least 9000 years.
Step into the life on an 18th-century coachman in this historic apartment, set in House of Dun's original stable block. Built to accommodate the grooms who would have kept the Laird's horses in shining condition, the apartment is now comfortably furnished and lies within a picturesque sandstone courtyard. Our visitor feedback on the apartment consistently praises the location and tranquillity of the property.
Within the grounds there is an abundance of walks from a simple walk around the main property to a more adventurous step out, to the top of the estate through our "Den of Dun", we also have a children's play area and if you decide to take a complimentary tour of the house a fairy hunt to entertain the children during the tour.
North Stables makes an ideal base from which to explore Montrose and the surrounding area. For additional accommodation, South Stables can be booked, also sleeping 4.
First floor - access is via an external staircase (approximately 18 steps)
Sleeps 4 - 2 twin bedrooms (the second twin is down 5 stairs)
Sitting room with dining table
Shower room (down 5 stairs)
Gas central heating
Parking available in nearby car park
Holiday guests also have full access to the House's formal gardens and grounds throughout their stay.This beautiful Georgian house was built in the 18th century for David Erskine, a judge of the Scottish Court of Session, House of Dun is just 3 miles from Montrose and its picturesque unspoilt beaches and around 45 minutes' drive from Aberdeen.
The house sits in its own formal gardens with parkland and woodland beyond. You can explore and enjoy the Victorian walled garden and wooden den, before venturing further afield to the Montrose Basin Local Nature Reserve. This elegant home has a truly spectacular setting