Gramarcy House

Bed and Breakfast in Brechin, Tayside

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Gramarcy House, Brechin

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Accommodation Description:

Agnes Gentles, the proprietor of Gramarcy House is renowned for her warm welcome and is very knowledgeable of the local area. Agnes looks forward to welcoming guests to her home and will provide service that is worthy of Gramarcy House 4 Star rating. There are 2 En-Suite Double Rooms and a Self Catering Facility.

Included in the self-catering apartment is a spacious kitchen and dining area, fully equipped with pots, pans, china etc. This includes a tastefully furnished double, single and family room all with own TV and Free-view boxes.

 4 star rating

From: £50.00

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