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The Old Brewhouse offers accommodations in Arbroath. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. There is free WiFi throughout. Every room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Outstanding excellent location right on the seafront excellent room clean great and lovely staff and exceptional food one of the best places ever stayed and Arbroath is a great place to stay
Located in Arbroath, 10 miles from Lunan Bay, Fernlea spacious apartment provides accommodations with a garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage space. I was blown away by this place. it is huge, has everything you need, very beautiful place to stay.
The Wee Anchor is located in Arbroath, a 19-minute walk from Elliot Beach, 9.1 miles from Lunan Bay, and 17 miles from Discovery Point. This beachfront property has a patio and free WiFi. Location, quiet, well stocked facilities, roomy, quaint, wifi, TV, heat, 2 bathrooms.
Featuring a spa bath, Cliff Walk Cottage is located in Arbroath. It features a terrace, sea views and free WiFi throughout the property. very private, lovely enclosed garden for dog and our young children. The hot tub gave us something to do while the children were in bed.
Set 4.3 mi away from Arbroath in the Angus region, Balnabrechan Lodge features a patio and garden views. This bed and breakfast has a garden and free private parking. Wonderful staff and nicely situated close to both the beach and the town. Lovely cabin with everything you need for comfort. Recommend staying at this property. Staff is more than welcoming and will share with you the opportunities in the area. Room and hotel area well maintained and view is wonderful for your morning coffee.
Featuring a garden, Kirkstyle Hideaway has accommodations in Arbroath with free WiFi and garden views. With city views, this property provides a patio. We were surprised to find the fridge and cupboard fully stocked for our stay, which should be made clearer on the listing. We wasted a lot of space in the car bringing food that we didn't need. All our needs were anticipated before our arrival and having a fresh croissant was a lovely touch in the morning. I felt a little guilty about placing our dirty dishes out for cleaning by someone else, but it was another lovely touch offered by our kind host. The garde was wonderful and the bothy a very ralxing and comforting place to be. We will definitely be back.
On average, 3-star hotels in Arbroath cost $177 per night, and 4-star hotels in Arbroath are $146 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Arbroath can be found for $158 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Is a very real inshore fishing town with many smokeries which attest to the popularity of their smoked fish around the world. High street now rather sad. Good Morrisons and TESCO which may explain high street. Good grassed areas and prom to east of town itself
I have been visiting family in Arbroath, the positive are the harbour great eateries and various different types of bars. Unfortunately the High Street is lacking a choice of shops and is very much in need of a total revamp.
We came to see some friends we know who live there. The place its self is well kept and offers a large selection of things to do. Plenty of places to eat and drink. Plenty of nice scenery and walks.. Nice Harbour as well. Nice and flat not many banks.
Surprisingly there is more to Arbroath that can be fit in a day from the harbour, to the town, to the castle and the beach. Plus there are lovely parks to explore just away from the city centre. Would absolutely recommend.
The historical importance of Arbroath with the Abbey and the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath. It comes across as a bit tired now like many towns and cities of this ancient country. A fabulous play park for children,easy access to train station. A cinema, pleasureland. A short drive from a fabulous beach in Lunan Bay.
This town is a sad shadow of its former bustling self. EU membership has decimated the fishing fleet and the harbour is now a haven of downmarket “Tupperware” craft. The High Street is thoroughly depressing and even the charity shops are leaving. ‘Scruffy” is the adjective that best describes this victim of the last. Few decades of Scottish politics. The historic abbey is perhaps the only stop worth making here.
I've just retired from the cruise ship industry and I can wholeheartedly say that Brucefield Boutique B&B will exceed your expectations. From the room, breakfast and Swiss hospitality, this was an exceptional experience. Brucefield Boutique B&B was just nominated as a finalist for the Best B&B in Scotland. On our last evening, the judges stayed at the property. I'm anxious to hear if they won!! When we visit family in the Arbroath area, Brucefield boutique B&B will be our home away from home.....
Absolutely beautiful apartment. Hosts were very welcoming, friendly and helpful whilst unobtrusive. This is a gorgeous apartment which is part of the main house retaining many of its original features. Beautifully decorated and furnished. The living area and bedroom are so spacious. It is in an ideal location for visiting surrounding towns but also very secluded with large gardens. We fell in love with the place within minutes of walking in.
Everything was exceptional. Staff so helpful & friendly. Room spotless clean. Food amazing in the hotel especially the curry. Location fantastic as just short walk to the harbor & shops. Will definitely return to this hotel when in Arbroath which is also a lovely friendly place within Scotland
Location is very central with easy walking to Supermarket, shops, restaurants, the harbour, Signal tower and Arbroath Abbey with easy parking. The lounge was comfortable as was the main bedroom. The second room would be ideal for 2 children. A large bathroom with shower and bath.
Excellent location, beautiful walks, peaceful, pretty garden, very comfortable bed, well equipped kitchen and the perfect location to explore Arbroath and the surrounding area. This is our second visit to Standing Stones and we will be back again next year.
We loved the location, very quiet and we had everything we needed at the property, including a nice breakfast, provided by the property’s friendly owner. St Vigeans church was interesting and you could walk along the river to Arbroath.
lovely friendly owner,lovely barmaid with the dogs, excellent chefs game pie and perfect poached eggs with breakfast.almost on the beach,,,,,,soooooo dog friendly,,,,web page says no dogs in guesthouse but dogs are allowed.
Outstanding excellent location right on the seafront excellent room clean great and lovely staff and exceptional food one of the best places ever stayed and Arbroath is a great place to stay
Arbroath is a small village, and has a exceptional good restaurant, The Old Brewhouse. Fab food and staff!
Caravan fantastic, location quiet in lovely grounds, entertainment great at night in the hotel :)
The location could not have been any better. Only a few minutes walk from town centre.
The location was perfect for our visit with family that live in Arbroath
Great location the walk to Arbroath along the cliffs just outstanding