House of Mark, at the foot of the Cairngorms National Park

House of Mark offers guests the perfect setting to escape, relax and unwind while discovering the countryside in Scotland. The house is truly a unique destination located at the top of Glen Esk. At House of Mark, you are only steps from the world-class walks, castles and views of Angus. Guests can spend the day exploring the glens and then come back for a bite and teas in our sitting room or wait for a delicious dinner in our dining room.

How to get here?

From Tarfside follow the road to the left signposted Invermark, drive for further four miles through Invermark car park and after the Loch Lee Parrish Church you’ll find at the right side road with the sign of our place, then turn right before the Water of Mark signposted to Queens Well/House of Mark. We are on the right. Please advise your arrival time.

Welcome to Glenesk – Glen of the Rowan Tree

Glenesk is ideal for a family day out, whether you enjoy walking, history, or simply viewing beautiful scenery and life at a slower pace.

About Glenesk

Glen Esk (or Glenesk) is a valley in Angus and has an elevation of 267 metres. Glen Esk is situated southwest of Knappiegreens. One of the iconic locations with greenery and also you can spend some beautiful time here. Glen Esk together with Glen Isla, Prosen, Lethnot and Clova form the Angus Glens. In the upper valley, there are numerous corries and waterfalls, rich with local history, abundant wildlife and a chance to see mountain plants and animals.