A small delightfully picturesque and quiet site, situated off the A932, just outside Forfar. A warm welcome awaits upon arrival, whether staying at one of the four new Shepherds huts or with your caravan or motorhome. The huts are fully self-contained with bedding and towels provided, kitchen area, electric central heating along with seating inside and out and cater for two adults.
The level touring pitches are either grass or fully serviced hard standing. All well maintained and with good spacing. Very clean toilet and shower blocks with underfloor heating, and a washing/laundry room. This dog friendly, family park is a joy, with running streams, small children’s play area, stunning views and walks. Just across the road you will find Murton Nature Reserve – your little ones will love it, and for the bigger kids in your life, the Cunninghill golf course awaits.
For us the ‘piece de resistance’ has to be Sinclairs Kitchen, an award-winning restaurant and bar, adjoining the park and surrounded by impressive panoramic views. With seats inside and out, friendly staff, good food and wine, definitely a well-deserved treat after strolling along Chesters Walk, a country path along the side of Sinclairs takes you through to the golf course.
The nearest town of Forfar (approx two miles away) has everything you will need, shops, supermarkets, museum and a local bus service which stops near the campsite. Nearby is Forfar Loch Country Park with its 4k circular path, whilst a visit to the stately grandeur of Glamis (pronounced Glams) Castle is a must. Open your mind, indulge your senses, there is so much to see and do in this wonderful county of Angus.