Rowanlea Lodge is a unique traditional post and beam log cabin built with Scottish Douglas fir trees. Located on the border between Angus & Aberdeenshire with glorious countryside views towards the Cairn ‘O’ Mount.
The perfect peaceful location to relax and unwind offering a luxurious interior with high quality furnishings and a cozy wood burner. There is an open plan living/kitchen area with double patio doors opening out onto the decking facing west with wonderful countryside views.
There is a double bedroom furnished in Harris tweed and a shower room on the ground floor. The upstairs double bedroom is bright spacious and has a seating area which can be used as an additional double sofa bed.
Guests have access to the entire property. There is a private entrance and parking is available for 2 cars.
Rowanlea Lodge look forward to your visit and welcoming you to this beautiful part of Scotland.
Places of interest we recommend visiting during your stay. Fettercairn distillery one of Scotlands oldest malt whisky distilleries. Brechin castle center provides a variety of activities for families including nature trails, miniature railway and model farm. The cabin is located ten minutes from the coast where you will find Lunan Bay one of the most beautiful beaches in Scotland, popular with surfers, horse riders and a great place for pet owners to exercise dogs. Montrose Basin home to thousands of migratory birds including pink-footed geese, common terns, knots and sedge warblers.
Also St Cyrus beach, a nature reserve renowned for its grasslands, rare flowers and butterflies. Cairngorms National Park is approximately 40 miles from the Lodge with beautiful mountains, forest paths, rivers, lochs, wildlife hotspots, a perfect day out. The Angus Glens is great for walking where you will see some amazing views, an abundance of wildlife and get a taste of rural Angus.
For those that like castles and gardens there is Glamis, Crathes and Dunnotar castle, also the famous Balmoral castle a little further away. Langley Park gardens, Dunnaid Castle gardens and Lady Augusta Erskine’s walk at House of Dun.
The popular coastal town of Stonehaven is a 20 minute drive packed with many sea food restaurants and of course famous for the fire balls at New Year, a trip to Auntie Betty’s is a must for an ice cream. Montrose is a ten minute drive where you will find many shops, supermarkets cafes a post office and chemist.
There is a lovely bistro farm shop a mile away at Balmakewan for a nice lunch and delicious home bakes. Do visit our local pub just a short walk from the cabin, a former coaching Inn built in the 1800’s with a beer garden serving food daily and pet friendly too.