St Drostan’s Lodge provides low cost accommodation in the heart of Glenesk.
The Church is the fourth Episicopal church to be built in Glenesk.
The church is open to visitors every day under normal circumstances, however, during the current pandemic it remains closed except for services.
The 2.30pm Sunday Eucharist will recommence on Easter Sunday and will continue to be held at 2.30pm on the second Sunday of the month from Easter Sunday through to October.
Under the current COVID 19 RESTRICTIONS: Names and addresses of those attending will be recorded for contact tracing purposes. The service will be said, without any singing.
Face coverings will be required to be worn whilst in the church, and hand sanitisation will be required upon entry. After the service, the congregation will be expected to depart in an orderly manner without socialisation.
After the service, the Church will be closed until the next regular 2.30pm Eucharist.
For more information about St Drostan’s Church, please visit the Church & history page.
In view of the situation, we will be happy to roll over your deposit to later in the year or the next year, in cases of cancellation.
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The Lodge is ideal for community groups, families, quiet days and meetings.
Please see next pages for more information about the lodge, how to book, and photographs of the facilities.
Please contact the organisers directly for the services they offer at St Drostan's Lodge during the Challenge!
(Sue Oxley & Ali Ogden - firstname.lastname@example.org 01540 673360)
Post code and sat nav - DD9 7YX
To travel to St Drostan’s Lodge, take the B966 north from Edzell for 1.25 miles, then turn up the road signposted to Glenesk, Tarfside, Lochlee. 10 miles on, you will find the lodge behind the church, over Tarfside Bridge.