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Away from it all

Stunning scenery and spectacular countrysidewithin an area steeped in history, we love welcoming guests to our idyllic slice of Scotland

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House of Mark Glenesk Angus DD97YZ Scotland Tel:+441356670311

houseofmarkscotland@gmail.com


Location   ♦   Contact us   ♦  Gallery


 

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House of Mark,at the foot of the Cairngorms National Park

What better way to release the stress of everyday life!

House of Mark, formerly a manse, opens all year round and is set within two acres at the foot of the Cairngorms National Park. Visit Glen Esk, the longest and most easterly of the Angus Glens and explore our beautiful property and the surrounding areas

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Garden

After your day observing wildlife, walking, climbing, fishing, stalking, kayaking, or MTB, sit in the tranquil walled garden listening to the wildlife and water flowing by…

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Sitting room

or just relax in front of an open fire in our sitting room


The Cairngorms   ♦   Garden   ♦  Sitting room


 

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Accommodation

Sleep

What could be better than waking up in a comfy bed, before tucking into a full Scottish breakfast? House of Mark has double and twin bedded rooms and en-suite or private bathrooms. Each room is welcoming and has everything you need for a comfortable homely stay!

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Double room

Eat

House of Mark has a  dining area which is ideal for sharing meals, celebrations or meetings. Whilst enjoying your meals in our Dining Room (in front of the log fire when it gets chilly) the view will afford you glimpses of the varied wildlife

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Dining room

Rooms  ♦    Menus  ♦   Full Scotish breakfast   ♦   Dinner    ♦   Dining room


 

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House of Mark overlooks the Water of Mark

Nature and Wildlife

House of Mark overlooks the Water of Mark and, adjoining with the Water of Lee, forms the renowned salmon and sea trout river called the North Esk

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The water of Mark

Glenesk has a rich natural history. Many animal species are to be seen. You can stumble upon many different kinds of animals such as hares. Mountain hares live in Scotland and the North. They are grey-brown with a blue tinge in the summer and turn white during the winter – only their ear tips stay black

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Mountain hare

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Fantastic walks from the doorstep

What to do and see

Fantastic walks from the doorstep, on the route to The Queen’s Well and Mount Keen, Loch Lee is also nearby

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The road to Mount Keen

Very close to the House of Mark you can find Invermark Castle. This fascinating tower is steeped in History

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Invermark Castle

Wildlife  ♦   walks  ♦   Invermark Castle  ♦   Mount Keen   ♦   Angus glens


 

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Guest Book

Check out just a few of the things that people are saying about us

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