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Arbroath • Dates • Guests

Arbroath cottages

5 properties found

Carnoustie (2.5mls NE), Angus

Hatton Lodge

2112

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7 nights

£478 - £933

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Montrose, Angus

Gardeners Cottage - Lunan Bay

3211

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7 nights

£499 - £872

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Arbroath (6mls W), Angus

Seaview Steading

4222

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7 nights

£980 - £1,937

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Montrose, Angus

Grieves Cottage - Lunan Bay

6312

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£787 - £1,303

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Montrose, Angus

Yew Cottage - Dunninald Castle

2111

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£511 - £907

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Arbroath

The old harbour town of Arbroath has a fascinating history, dating right back to its settlement in the 12th century. The coast either side offers up attractive beaches and enticing cliff top walks, perfect for family days at the beach or picturesque coastal rambles.

At some point during your stay in Arbroath, you’re sure to come across the town’s famous delicacy – oak-smoked haddock, also known as the Arbroath Smokie. There are a handful of family-run smokehouses which make the tasty product to this day and you’ll come across them on a wander close to the harbour. You can walk all the way from the harbour, along the coast past Victoria Park and onwards around the epic sandstone cliffs. Beyond lies a series of picturesque bays, linked by clifftop paths.

One of the most notable sights in Arbroath itself is Arbroath Abbey, which is associated with the Declaration of Arbroath of 1320, one of the most important documents in Scotland’s history. Now well-preserved remains, you can enjoy learning about the history from the interpretation panels. Other attractions include Kerr’s Miniature Railway, Signal Tower Museum, St Vigeans Stones and Museum and Hospitalfield Arts. If you enjoy a round of golf, head for Arbroath Golf Links or Letham Grange (4.5 miles).

Pick one of our holiday cottages in Arbroath and you’ll be perfectly located close to all of the area’s attractions. Our Arbroath cottages offer a comfortable haven which you can call home while you enjoy your Scotland adventures. Take a look at all of our self-catering accommodation in Arbroath above and start looking forward to your next holiday.