From Kirriemuir, take the B956 signposted for ‘The Glens’
Then take the turning, beside a gatehouse cottage, which reads Pearsie and Lednathie.
Follow this road for 2.5 miles and then take the left, signposted for Ballintore.
You will then pass through a farm and around a couple of sharp bends.
Take the next right, signposted for Pearsie 1m.
You will shortly see Bridgend of Pearsie house with the Glamping Pods lying in the valley of the Quharity Burn.
Below shows a close-up of the exact location and the co-ordinates are 56.71434416960576, -3.0545284256646337
And if you like to get the ‘what3words’ location to the entrance follow the below link.
Of course it’s very likely as you get near ‘Bridgend of Pearsie’ Glamping Pods, that you lose any mobile connection or data/internet so it may be handy to download and save the below image afore ye go.
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Designed with Georgian pride and baroque extravagance by renowned architect William Adam, House of Dun is every bit the perfect 18th-century laird’s home.
J M Barrie, creator of Peter Pan, spent his childhood in this small whitewashed cottage, and it’s here that you can see traces of the creative spirit he was set to become.
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The Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre aims to show the human side of the Air Stations past with a collection of contemporary photographs, artefacts and memorabilia.
Horse riding is available 10 minutes from site.