Prosen

About About this hostel

Glen Prosen is one of the most beautiful of the Angus Glens, on the southernmost edge of the Cairngorms National Park.

Prosen Hostel, near Kirriemur, was recently converted from Glen Primary School to serve the upgraded East Cairngorms footpath network. Two Munros, the Mayar & Driesh, link Glenprosen to the Cairngorms plateau.

The hostel has a large, welcoming lounge with a wood burning stove, a modern kitchen, a drying room and a raised area for admiring the view (and the red squirrels) through the school's huge windows.

The Glen is teeming with wildlife including black grouse and ptarmigan; if you're lucky, you may even see an otter or an eagle!

For information please contact the hostel directly on +44 (0) 1575 540238, email syha@prosenhostel.co.uk or book via the Hostelling International website

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Prosen

Glenprosen, Kirriemuir, Angus DD8 4SA Get Directions

Facilities & Services

Season

Open all year

Check in

After 12.00

Check out

10.00

Amenities

Family Rooms Available

Private Rooms Available

Suitable for Groups

Self Catering Kitchen

Drying Room

Laundry Room

Bike Store

Shopping Nearby

Free Wifi

Suitable for wheelchair users with assistance

syha@prosenhostel.co.uk or book via the Hostelling International website

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Reasons to visit

Sitting on the southernmost edge of the Cairngorms National Park in the heart of the Angus Glens, and with two Munros at its head, Glen Prosen is the perfect place to get away from it all.

There are lush green forests, tumbling rivers and heather-clad hillsides with picnic spots everywhere you look. And with excellent hiking and cycling routes close by it’s a great choice for walkers and mountain bikers.

Local footpaths link to the Cateran Trail and Glen Clova. The area is bustling with wildlife - red squirrels, red and roe deer, black grouse, ptarmigan, otters, red kites, woodcock, curlew, oystercatchers, lapwings and even golden eagles are regularly spotted here.