Incheoch Farm Cottage
Incheoch Farm Cottages
About Debbie McGowan
We have been farming Incheoch since 1994. We are beef and sheep farmers in the picturesque Angus Glens. A working family farm - we love to show people our passion, our livestock, countryside and way of life.
Debbie McGowan purchased this Cottage in 2012
Why Debbie McGowan chose Blairgowrie
Beautiful traditional cottage in rural location - a great escape from the bustle of life.
What makes this Cottage unique
The Cottage has stunning views and is very peaceful, watch the roe deer and red squirrels from your window or bring binoculars to view our visiting Osprey. We have RSBP maps available for you to check up on the wildlife. Why not walk the Cateran trail which passes through our Farm. Lovely walks around the area coffee/farm shop only 2 miles away. Can be booked with our Granary which sleeps 8 giving accommodation for 12 in the same location.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Lovely cottage with lovely views
This was a lovely cottage relaxing living area with a wood burner and all the amenities you need to enjoy a countryside holiday. Debbie was lovely and very friendly I would definitely recommend this cottage.
Comfortable and homely
The cottage was an older property, but the living area and kitchen were more modern and the wood burning stove made it very comfortable and warm. The area is good for golf and walking so was ideal for us and we really enjoyed our stay.
Home from home, was everything we needed and more!
We really enjoyed it at the cottage, close to my sister ( main reason for visit) and all the places we wanted to visit, my husband , son and granddaughter loved it too, we wish we booked for two weeks now!!!! Thank you.
wij mochten gebruik maken van het "oude " gedeelte.
is ons prima bevalen, niets op aan te merken.
Immersed in spectacular scenery and on the edge of the Cairngorm National Park, the granary is within easy access of Glenshee, Kirriemuir, Blairgowrie and Alyth. Nearby activities include hillwalking, skiing, golf, fishing, horse-riding, shooting, bird watching, mountain biking, castles and sightseeing. Situated on the Perthshire / Angus border, the cottage is within half hour drive of Dundee or Perth and is an ideal base for visiting Perthshire, Angus, Fife and the Highlands. The historic towns of Pitlochry, Dunkeld, Forfar and Braemar are also within easy reach.
Glenisla is a paradise for hikers, ramblers and mountain bikers with the circular Cateran Trail passing by the cottage door. The Cateran Trail is a fully waymarked walk of 64 miles (103 km) that lies at the heart of Scotland. The Trail takes its name from the feared cattle thieves who raided the rich lands of Strathardle, Glenshee and Glen Isla. The neighbouring Angus glens of Glen Clova, Glen Prosen, Glen Doll and Glen Esk also offer numerous Munros and trails.
Skiing is available at Glenshee Ski Resort (16 miles). Glenshee Ski Centre offers the UK's most extensive skiing and snowboarding facilities with an impressive 22 lifts and 36 runs offering an amazing diversity of natural terrain for all standards of skiers and snowboarders. Glenshee Ski Centre is the largest ski resort in Scotland and is sometimes referred to as the Scottish three valleys.
Horse riding is available at nearby Glenmarkie Riding Centre (8 miles). Enjoy trekking, lessons or hacks surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
Golf is abundant on this Angus / Perthshire border with Glenisla, Alyth, Strathmore, Rosemount and Kirriemuir Golf Clubs all within 15 minutes drive. Carnoustie, Gleneagles and the Fife golf clubs of St Andrews, Kingsbarns, the Old Course, Balcomie and Elie are also within easy reach for a day trip.
Excellent salmon river and trout loch fishing is on offer in numerous locations nearby. Permits can be bought for Lintrathen Loch (2 miles) which is boat fishing only, has twenty two boats and is stocked on a regular basis with both brown and rainbow trout. Lintrathen gives the angler a feeling of peace and tranquillity as well as the excitement of catching quality fish. The Backwater, situated higher up the glen gives the purist a chance to fly fish the banks for wonderful wild brown trout with an average weight of eight ounces. Both lochs are regularly visited by clubs and individual anglers from the furthest points in the country and Lintrathen has been a venue for the Commonwealth Championship.
Castles are a plenty in this area. Glamis Castle, birthplace of the Queen Mother is a short distance and is an excellent day out. Balmoral Castle and Scone Palace are also worth a visit.