Whether you’re back to work or back to university, college or school, it’s time to start planning your all important October break in Angus – you deserve it!

Why not take the opportunity to enjoy a break from it all in Angus? Enjoy the space and freedom on offer in our rural towns and villages, explore the great outdoor spaces we have here, from sandy beaches to rolling hills and glens, and have your fill of our local food and drink offerings.

Whether you are travelling alone, as a couple, with friends or with family, there is something here to suit everyone.

Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort, Angus

Where to stay?

Angus has plenty of options for people searching for their perfect break. From holiday parks with on site activities, to hotels and cosy cottages, there is something to suit everyone.

Self-Catering and Resorts

Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort and Piperdam Golf & Leisure Resort are often top picks for families looking for all the comforts of home alongside a range of activities on site for entertainment. Both are located in scenic surroundings with plenty of outdoor space, fresh air and a range of things to do including fishing, golf and outdoor play areas.

If you are looking for something more intimate, there is an abundance of self catering holiday homes and cottages, ranging in size and location all across the region.

Caravan and Camping

Angus has a number of caravan and camping parks or glamping locations if you’d like to enjoy a night under the stars.

Hotels and B&B’s

If it’s hotels and B&Bs you are after, then Angus has plenty to offer. There are a number of fantastic hotels with on site restaurants as well as cosy B&B’s.

Wherever you choose to lay your head, you can be sure of a warm welcome.

Mountain biking

Things to see and do

From the stunning glens to the breathtaking coastline, there is so much to see and do in Angus.

Cycling and Mountain Biking

Explore Angus on two wheels with a bike ride through the Angus countryside. We have a great selection of cycling and mountain biking trails to get you started.


If you’d rather keep your feet on the ground, there is no shortage of stunning walking opportunities for all abilities. And while you’re out, make sure you take the time to appreciate the magnificent beauty spots all over Angus and take in the array of wildlife we have here.

Visitor Attractions

Many of our fantastic visitor attractions have reopened their doors and are ready to welcome you safely, so take a look at the website to see what’s open and what you can expect when you get there.

The Drovers Inn, Memus, Forfar

Where to eat

A Taste of Angus

Angus is home to some of the best produce in Scotland. From world famous Aberdeen Angus beef, to Arbroath Smokies, Forfar Bridies and delicious soft fruits. You’ll also find an amazing selection of locally produced drinks, including spirits, craft beers and soft drinks.

Find somewhere to eat and drink

Experience a taste of Angus in the county’s many places to eat and drink – browse the website where you will find a selection of restaurants and cafes serving delicious local produce.

Shop local

Shop local while you are here in the many farm shops and delis where you can find fresh produce including fruit and vegetables grown on Angus farms, as well as products created right here in Angus such as jams, confectionary and drinks which you can take home and enjoy.

Please note, whilst we are working hard to ensure the information on our website is up to date, we would strongly suggest that you check with any venues you wish to visit, to ensure they are open before visiting their site. They may also provide additional information prior to your visit.

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