Newtonmill HouseBrochure Page. 97
Approach Newtonmill House, luxury B&B, situated between Brechin and Edzell in the beautiful county of Angus and drive through the pillared entrance to take a step back in time. This Grade B listed 18th century laird’s house is one of the most beautiful in Scotland. Set in its own rural estate, Wolsey Lodge B&B guests will delight in its famed traditional walled garden that brims with herbaceous, and spring and autumn gardens. Meals include fruit and vegetables grown in the garden and fresh eggs from Rose’s hens.
B&B guests cannot help feeling at home here with rooms marked with endearing personal touches and decorated with pretty wall coverings and fabrics. A traditional Wolsey Lodges welcome and tea marks your arrival and whilst you sample these delights you will start to appreciate how special this beautiful house is.
The B&B guest rooms, furnished with painted antique furniture, are delightful - the twin room with en suite bathroom gazes down over the walled garden and the double room with private bathroom looks out over a rose filled courtyard. Character and history abound in this house which had connections with Glamis Castle - The Queen Mother was a frequent visitor and donated plants to the garden.
Your B&B Hosts
Stephen and Rose have lived at Newtonmill House for over 30 years. Rose is a Cordon Bleu cook and enjoys creating dishes using fresh local produce. Stephen runs the family business from home and is a keen sailor. They go out of their way to make B&B guests feel welcome - weather forecasts are provided at breakfast time for those guests involved in outdoor activities!
Access from the main Aberdeen - Dundee road makes this an ideal stopover from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen as well as a great destination in itself. Places of interest are only a short distance away. An ideal location for accessing the Cairngorm National Park with its Angus Glens and the coastline from Kincardineshire to Fife.
Attractions Near Newtonmill House
Glamis, Edzell, Dunnottar Castles, The House of Dun, Pitmuies Gardens, Arbroath Abbey, Montrose Wild Life Centre, Fettercairn Distillery and coastal fishing villages. The North and South Esk Salmon Rivers and walks in the Angus Glens. Golf courses, including Carnoustie, are numerous and country sports are available nearby.