The Castle sleeps 14 guests, with additional space for four further guests in the adjoining cottage.
It is beautifully decorated throughout and has two sitting rooms with open fires, a billiard table, a music room, a ping pong table, and grass tennis court in the walled garden.
There are walks through the Den of Airlie below the Castle which is rich in wildlife including otters and beavers.
Completed in 1805, this classic Georgian house sleeps 18. It has a large stone-flagged and pillared entrance hall, a stunning open staircase and several beautifully light and spacious oval rooms.
There is a table tennis room, a table football room as well as two sitting rooms, a large dining room, and the restored old kitchen which has an Aga.
It faces south over the South Esk, and there is access to the walks along the river.
The fishing hut is also available for picnics.
This picturesque cottage, with wonderful views over the Vale of Strathmore and up into the Glens sleeps 8 guests and has been carefully renovated from two cottages to create a single-level retreat that’s full of character.
The living room has an open fire and the modern kitchen has an Aga.
East Campsie Cottage
Sitting off the beaten track within the extensive Airlie Castle Estate is East Campsie Cottage, a rural hideaway that sleeps 6, makes for the perfect escape, set amidst the natural beauty of the gorgeous Angus Glens near Blairgowrie.
Situated down half a mile of rough farm track, this charming cottage is south-facing so it gets sunlight for most of the day.
Middlehill Cottage stands at the foot of Glen Clova, arguably the loveliest and certainly the most extensive of the beautiful Angus Glens. Middlehill is a traditional, stone-built, single-storey cottage that sleeps 4 with lovely views across the glen, standing quite alone in its own grass garden (with furniture) and reached by a short track.