Activities or just taking it easy, there’s plenty to see & do in and around Montrose
Montrose is an historic seaside town with a population of around 15,000. It is located almost midway between Dundee and Aberdeen. This makes it an ideal base for visiting the small fishing villages and towns dotted along the coast, or for a trip inland to discover the beautiful Angus Glens.
Montrose Basin Wildlife Centre and Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre are a few minutes drive from the hotel and House of Dun – a National Trust for Scotland Adam mansion - lies just outside the town. Glamis Castle is around 24 miles to the south and Dunottar Castle is around 24 miles to the north of the hotel.
Walkers and cyclists can enjoy the roads and tracks in and around the town or travel a few miles to the beautiful Angus Glens for a more scenic experience.
The Park Hotel, Montrose is the perfect base for a Golf Break in Angus. Golf is in abundance in this part of Scotland. Angus itself has dozens of courses available to visitors and the historic Montrose 1562 Course - the 5th oldest in the world - is only a few minute's walk away with Carnoustie, Panmure, Monifieth, Edzell and Letham Grange all within 20 to 35 minutes drive, with the world famous courses of St. Andrews only an hour away.
In addition there are a further 25 golf courses within a 45 minute drive - the most difficult decision will be choosing which ones to play!
Golfers are welcome all year round and we offer a variety of packages to suit your requirements and budget. To book your ideal break, please call us on 01674 663400 or send details of your enquiry through our contact page - the easy way to stay and play!
If you have already booked your golf, please contact us directly to arrange accommodation.
There are two courses at Montrose Links, the Broomfield and the Montrose Medal. Details on both of these courses can be found at www.montroselinks.co.uk.
There are three Clubs associated with the Links:
There are 5 Bowling Clubs in and around Montrose. The 3 nearest the hotel are Hope Paton Bowling Club (across the road from us); Melville Bowling Club (500 yards away) and Montrose Bowling Club.
Montrose Basin Wildlife Centre is a "must visit" if you are staying in Montrose. Information on what to see and do can be found at www.montrosebasin.org.uk
Activities in the Angus Glens
There is a wealth of activities to fit into a short break or longer holiday in and around Montrose. These range from canoeing and cycling to paint-balling and wind-surfing.
If you prefer something more adventurous, Glentrek offer a wide range of outdoor pursuits around the Angus Glens. The activities below are usually for a minimum group of six but they also offer self-led walking and/or cycling holidays and either mountain bike hire or a days' guided mountain-biking for smaller groups.
- Mountain biking day with a guide
- Gorge Walking
- Guided Hillwalk
- Canyon Day
- Cave Walks
Discover for yourself the Angus adventure!