Drumshademuir Caravan & Camping Park is situated mid-way between Kirriemuir and Glamis, only 13 miles from Dundee. The park is 4 star graded with a host of amenities to ensure your stay is enjoyable. Enjoy the peace and tranquility the area has to offer when staying with us in your Touring Caravan, Motorhome or Caravan Holiday Home. Enjoy a stroll through our woodland walk area where you can enjoy the surrounding countryside or exercise your dog, the kids can enjoy the children's play area or you can all meet for a lunch, dinner or high tea at Armstrongs Bar & Restaurant situated on the Park.
Three miles from the Park sits Glamis Castle. The castle is the family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne and a royal residence since 1372. Childhood home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, birthplace of Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret and legendary setting for Shakespeare's famous play 'Macbeth'. Kirriemuir, ‘The Little Red Town’ is the birthplace of world famous author Sir James Barrie of ‘Peter Pan’ fame and the ‘Thrums’ novels. The quaint red sandstone town is the gateway to the celebrated Angus Glens. The glens reach far into the foothills of the towering Grampian Mountains with opportunities for outdoor pursuits from gentle rambles to serious mountaineering and skiing.
Gas cylinders available.
Tourer storage facilities
Three miles from the park sits Glamis Castle. The castle is the family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne and a royal residence since 1372. Childhood home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, birthplace of Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret and legendary setting for Shakespeare's famous play 'Macbeth'. Events including the Strathmore Highland Games are held each summer in the grounds of Glamis Castle. The Angus Folk Museum is also located in the village of Glamis.
Kirriemuir, ‘The Little Red Town’ is the birthplace of world famous author Sir James Barrie of ‘Peter Pan’ fame and the ‘Thrums’ novels.
The area provides a fantastic choice of activities for outdoor enthusiasts, from hill walking to golf, fishing to hot air ballooning!
Dundee - RRS Discovery, Verdant Works, Dundee Science Centre and Campedown Park.
Based on 2 review(s)
East Yorkshire 22 Nov 2012
I have been going to this campsite from as far back as i can remember, i am only 17 but we come at least once a year, prior to me being born the rest of my family come here too. We leave our caravan in storage here and we love coming back here. We live in England and when we come up to Scotland we always stay here. The staff are friendly and everything is always up to its highest standards. The onsite shop and pub makes the site feel a lot more welcoming. The play are is always a hit with the children and so is the woodland walk. There is no critique i can give this place, all i give is praise.
This is a great place to stay. Kerrimuir isnt too far out and the same with dundee.
I would definatly recomend staying here.
Ayrshire, Scotland 25 Aug 2008
We have visited this site 3 or 4 times now and had a warm welcome from Pat & Ian who own it on each occasion. Drumshademuir is situated between Glamis Castle - the birthplace of the Queen Mother, and Kirriemuir - the birthplace of James Barrie who wrote Peter Pan. The site itself is immaculate and peaceful. It has a children's play area, putting green, laundry and a small woodland walk area - ideal for walking the dog - and two toilet/shower blocks with plenty hot water. The on-site Tavern is also highly recommended and the high teas are fab, (not so for the waistline though I must admit!!) and they do a take away service too. The local area in Kirriemuir is great if you enjoy walking, the scenery is beautiful and the walks lead to the Grampian Mountains for the more adventurous. All in all a lovely place.
Drumshademuir Caravan Park, Angus, Scotland