Newly opened 18 bed 4 star hostel on the southernmost edge of Cairngorms National Park., Prosen Hostel is set in the heart of the Angus Glens. A brand new footbridge & path leads along the prettiest stretch of the river Prosen to Glenisla, and the Cateran trail, in Perthshire. The Minister’s Path with another new bridge across the South Esk leads to the hotel in Glen Clova. Two Munros, the Mayar & Driesh, link Glenprosen to the Cairngorms plateau.

Inside there is a raised red squirrel viewing area in lounge, with wood burning stove, drying room, TV & internet. The village hall is nearby for ceilidhs etc.
Discount for whole hostel booking - ring 01575 540302

What travellers think

Best for

  • Nature-lovers
  • Relaxing
  • Sightseeing
  • Unique atmosphere

Green rating

83%

Reviews

The hostel is nice, but far away from the next town and bus. It's not clear for everyone that you have to bring your own food (including breakfast!). The owner of the hostel didn't arrive on the first day. On the second day, he was there but only for maintenance and didn't enter the building. On the third (and last) day he came in just for 'collecting money'. I was there by public transport (to Kirriemuir and then by taxi). I had luck that there were two french guys with a car.

60%

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Daniel,

Thu 16 Jul 2015

Travel tips...

Nightlife & entertainment tip

Forget it

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John,

Mon 28 Jul 2014

Attraction tip

Gentle walks in Glen Prosen, more serious mountain country in Glen Clova.

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John,

Mon 28 Jul 2014