Farmhouse holidays have a special appeal and West Mains of Turin offers excellent accommodation in the charming old 19th century farmhouse. West Mains of Turin takes its name from the nearby hill on which stand the ruins of Kemp's Castle Fort which are actually within the boundaries of the 300- acre working farm owned and run by Eric and Catherine and son Eric jnr. Jolly.
We offer bed and breakfast visitors and holiday makers a warm welcome, good food and a high standard of comfortable accommodation, with the scenic Angus countryside as an extra bonus.
Our farmhouse overlooks Rescobie Loch and the three guest bedrooms which can accommodate six guests, enjoy enchanting views either over the loch or across to the hills. The comfortable lounge with a woodburning log fire, offers colour television, dvd's, books and games, etc. for evening entertainment. Breakfast is served in the dining room.
Guests are also welcome to enjoy the large garden adjoining the farmhouse. They can also explore Turin Hill and enjoy the scenic views.