Kinclune House
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The Osprey Annex

Enjoy a country retreat to the Osprey Annex at Kinclune House in Angus, Scotland. Named after the osprey which nest nearby in spring and summer, the Annex offers a unique Cairngorm cottage retreat occupying the rear portion of historic, baronial mansion, Kinclune House.

Comprising two floors with plenty of space for a family weekend getaway in the Scottish Cairngorms or Angus Glens. 15 minutes from Kirriemuir, the Gateway to the Glens, 30 minutes from Glen Clova and 45 minutes from Glenshee, it is the ideal location for walking holidays. We welcome up to two dogs at no extra cost.

An ideal escape for a couple or small family, the Annex has a master bedroom, with luxurious King size bed and ensuite shower room, and an adjoining bedroom available in King or twin layout. High quality cotton bed linen and towels supplied. 

The Osprey Annex can be booked separately from the rest of the house or together with the house for exclusive-use. To check prices and availability select Kinclune Osprey Annex from the calendar menu here. For more information contact us or call Aylwin on 07927 494763 to enquire today. 

View Kinclune House and Annex floor plans.

Our LocationView Gallery
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Osprey in flight
Kinclune House Osprey Annex kitchen-living room
View of Cat Law from Kinclune
Kinclune House Osprey Annex pantry
Kinclune House Osprey Annex master bedroom
Kinclune House Osprey Annex bedroom
Kinclune House Osprey Annex kitchen-living room
Dining table
Kinclune House Osprey Annex bedroom furniture
Antique jug
Highland pony at the bottom of Kinclune House garden
Kinclune House beech trees
Kinclune House Osprey Annex kitchen-living room
Kinclune House Osprey Annex shower room
Bedroom mirror
Kitchen window view of beech trees
Kinclune House Osprey Annex twin bedroom
Kinclune House Osprey Annex kitchen-living room
Kinclune House Osprey Annex pantry

Facilities

  • Kitchen-living room with woodburning stove
  • Fully equipped with dishwasher, washer-dryer and fridge with freezer compartment
  • WiFi and Smart TV
  • Luxury 100% cotton bedding and towels supplied
  • Car parking 
  • Electric vehicle charging (on request)
  • Shared use of Kinclune House garden and pergola
  • Pet / dog friendly – we welcome 2 dogs at no extra charge. We supply dog bowls, crate and dog towels
  • Lovely views of the surrounding beech trees
  • 15 minutes to the Angus town of Kirriemuir with shops and amenities

 

The Bedrooms

Master bedroom suite

The Osprey Annex spacious master bedroom with king size bed, ensuite shower room, adjoining closet and pantry with tea and coffee making facilities for those who appreciate tea in bed. The bedroom enjoys a view through the beech trees and promises a wonderfully peaceful nights' sleep.

Second bedroom

The second, adjoining double bedroom benefits from a zip and link bed (king or 2 small singles). It shares use of the master ensuite shower room so is best suited to a family group. The room retains the original fireplace and enjoys a view of the garden, 'the bothy on the green' and the resident livestock or ponies (depending on the season). Perfect to bring the family on your weekend escape. 

FAQs

Accommodation Info
Can I bring my dog?

Yes, Kinclune House Osprey Annex is dog friendly. We allow up to 2 small, well-behaved dogs in the Annex and we supply dog towels, a dog crate and bowls for your furry family members. There is a large garden and plenty of space to walk on the farm, as well as stunning walks in the local area including the RSPB Kinnordy Nature Reserve, Lintrathen and Backwater Reservoirs and Reekie Linn Falls. For the more adventurous Kinclune is within easy reach of the Angus Glens and  Cairngorm mountains.

Please note: If booking the Annex only, you may be sharing the garden with guests in the Main House, so please keep your dog on a lead in the garden. 

What is the maximum capacity of the annex?

Kinclune Annex provides a delightful, private space for an individual or couple, but it also works well as a family suite, sleeping up to 4 guests. 

It has a spacious master bedroom with ensuite shower room and an adjoining double bedroom (king or twin layout) sharing the master ensuite shower room.

It may, therefore, not be preferable for more than 2 adults due to the shared facilities.

Are there any bedrooms downstairs?

No, all bedrooms are on the first floor and the stairs are steep. We have provided stair gates for your safety.

Is Wi-Fi available?

We provide free Wi-Fi; you will find the password in the welcome pack. Due to our rural location we do not have fibre broadband, but use a local wireless provider. Although the service is generally excellent, bookings should not be made if they are wholly reliant upon the uninterrupted provision of high speed Wi-Fi.

Do you provide logs for the fire?

A starter pack of logs, kindling and matches is included. Contact us to purchase additional logs.

Reservation Info
What are the arrival/departure days and times?

Arrival time is from 4pm. Departure is 10am.

Is parking available?

There is ample parking to the side and rear of house for up to 2 cars.

Please note, you may be sharing parking spaces with guests in the main house, but there is ample space.

Can I charge my electric car?

Yes, contact us and we will provide a password to use the charger. There is a charge for this service.

Is Kinclune private and exclusive use?

If you’d like exclusive use, please ensure you book both the House and the Osprey Annex.

Kinclune is located on an 800-acre private estate.

Can I host my party at Kinclune?

Yes, please contact us if you would like to host a party during your stay. There is an additional fee for this. The house can accommodate up to 30 party guests.

Note, the maximum number of overnight guests in the house and annex combined may not exceed 14, plus 2 infants under 1 year old. Overnight guest names must be notified to us at time of booking.

Please note: It is a breach of contract to host an unauthorised party. The owners live on the estate and will shut down any unauthorised parties and your guests will be removed.

Can you accommodate stag or hen parties?

Kinclune is not suitable for stag parties.

About the Farm
Can we walk on the farm?

Kinclune is a working farm. Ideally, sign up for one of our Experiences, such as the Farm Safari (trailer tour) and we will show you the best bits of Kinclune and show you where it is safe to walk. We breed cattle, ponies and sheep and they can be protective of their young. Do not walk dogs in fields with livestock. We run part of the farm as a nature reserve for rare birds and we would love to show you where you can see our wildlife, including the Ospreys, with the minimum disturbance.

 

What Our Customers Say

Family reunion with 4-year-olds to 77ers. Terrific venue. Weather was grey but the house made up for it. Very welcoming and a beautiful estate. Lots of laughter and memories made. Osprey fighting the crows each morning and squirrels in the trees. Good lunch at Peel Farm. Kids loved feeding the lambs.

The Macdonald Family et alTarbet, Edinburgh, Dundee & Aberdeen, May 2024

We had a wonderful gathering in this beautifully furnished & decorated house - a tasteful blend of old & modern. Luxurious bedrooms & bathrooms, with beds so comfortable we didn't want to get up. We loved the red squirrels, the red kite & the panoramic views. Thank you, Aylwin & family, for a memorable holiday.

The Blair FamilyFebruary 2024

We stayed in Kinclune House for the Christmas holidays and enjoyed every second of it. Whether sitting by the fire next to the beautifully decorated Christmas tree or just looking at the gorgeous views, Kinclune House brings peace to the soul.

The Melville FamilyScotland, December 2023

A truly fantastic short break. What a great setting to come and unwind from our troubles. Kinclune House was just what we needed. Thank you for allowing us to enjoy everything about it. The fire in the drawing room was perfect to end the night on.

Beth Durham, November 2023

Fabulous stay in a beautiful house. The photos don't do it justice. The views are breathtaking! 

The Henderson FamilyScotland, November 2023

We had a lovely stay at Kinclune House with our family and 3 dogs. Such a beautiful spot. Enjoyed watching the sunrise and sunsets, Reekie Linn Falls and Peel Farm Cafe for some cake. Looking forward to seeing the developments on the estate. Thank you for a gorgeous holiday!

E and A MartinAberdeen, October 2023

Thank you very much for a beautiful stay at Kinclune House. We absolutely loved the views. It was such a treat to see the ponies and get a walk of the hills. The games room was just perfect for rainy days. We enjoyed every minute of our stay! 

J and L MartinOctober 2023

Thank you for the wonderful house and hospitality. This weekend has been precious. The scenery, wildlife, ‘Fandango’ the Highland pony and the chanterelle mushrooms – all good! 

Leonie CowieLondon / Jamaica / Auchenblae, September 2023

I couldn’t have had a better place for a nice weekend getaway. The scenery at Kinclune is therapeutic and the interior of the house is welcoming, homely and luxurious. I had an amazing time swimming in open water at Backwater Reservoir. Will definitely recommend this place to anyone, especially those planning an intimate destination wedding.

OgoAberdeen / Nigeria, September 2023

What a beautiful place God has blessed you with! You have been so good to us this weekend. I loved the views, the tour of the farm, the horses and the swimming. Thank you for a great time!

MelissaAberdeen, September 2023

Our Gallery

Osprey on eyrie
Kinclune House master bedroom
Sheep on path in autumn
Waxwing in a bush
Highland pony foal
Roe deer in a meadow
Kinclune House master bathroom
Aerial view of Kinclune House
Kinclune House drawing room
Curlew in flight
highland pony filly
Kinclune House kitchen and range cooker
Champagne glasses by the Tower bath
Kinclune House drawing room at Christmas
Highland pony stallion
Ponies on the hill
Kinclune House kitchen and dining room
View from Tower bedroom
View through trees in Kinclune House garden
Red squirrel in a tree