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Cornescorn Holiday Cottages

Cornescorn is located in the beautiful Angus glens on a working hill farm. Cornescorn is set in a remote location at the foot of Glenesk. The Cornescorn settlement dates back to the 18th century. During the development of the cottages a marriage lintel was found with the initials JC and AG and dated 1746. The initials are believed to represent the marriage between Christison and Gibb. Two further date stones can also be found near the cottage. The marriage lintel now takes pride of place above the wood burning stove in the Byre.

Cornescorn, contains 2 cottages which has recently been refurbished to the highest standard. Both cottages are beautifully decorated with wooden floors, sumptuous soft furnishings and together with a large flat screen TV mounted to the wall above the wood burning stove makes this the ideal room for relaxation.

The Shepherds House sleeps 4 - 6 guests. The kitchen is well designed and equipped with stylish stainless steel, black and wood finishes, and is perfect for the most discerning cook. The master bedroom (super king double bed or twins) is bright and spacious, and benefits from an en-suite shower room which is modern and stylish. A further twin bedroom, again wonderfully comfortable, together with the separate family bathroom means this super cottage can provide flexible accommodation for a holiday party sleeping up to six guests with the use of the sofa bed in the sitting room.

The Byre sleeps 2 - 4 guests. The open plan kitchen living room has a well equipped kitchen area with breakfast bar for dining, together with a comfortable seating area centred round the wood burning stove with marriage lintel. A French door looks out to the beautiful Angus hills (Hill of Wirren 678m/2224 ft). The bedroom, which can be a super king double or twin, is stylish and comfortable and together with a modern bathroom makes this cottage the perfect rural retreat.

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The Cornescorn Cottages
Up the hill Heading towards Wirren What a view down to the cottages River North Esk below the cottages Twin bedroom in Shepherds House
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