National Trust for Scotland
The House of Dun is Georgian and overlooks the Montrose Basin.
One of two holiday apartments that are part of the 18th-century Stable Block, built in lovely golden sandstone. Originally used to accomodate the coachmen, grooms or stablehands. They are reached from the inner courtyard with access via an external staircase (approx 18 steps). Parking is available in the nearby public car park.
Sleeps 4. Two twin bedrooms, large well-equipped kitchen, sitting room with dining table, bathroom with bath and shower.
Washing machine, shaver point, colour TV, payphone, microwave, dogs allowed, property available for winter breaks, property available for festive breaks. Gas Central Heating.