InchtureCopyright Trish Steel

On the Firth of Tay Inchture was once an island village, its rebuilding in the 19th century producing a Miss-Jean-Brodie-neat red-stone settlement with its own quiet character... Read More

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Inchture Hotel

Inchture Hotel
The Inchture Hotel is set in some of the most glorious Perthshire countryside which abounds with places of beauty and interest. The Inchture Hotel itself is a ""B"" listed building and was constructed on the ... More | visit website

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Milton Farm Lodges

Milton Farm Lodges
Milton Farm Lodges offer a luxurious self catering experience set in beautiful Perthshire countryside. Built in 2011, Milton's two self catering lodges offer modern, beautifully finished self-catering accommodation, each comprising 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (featuring ... More | visit website

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Longforgan Coaching Inn (2.21 miles)

Longforgan Coaching Inn

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This recently converted 17th-century inn is conveniently situated for Dundeee and only 30 minutes from St. Andrews, Carnoustie and Gleneagles. Longforgan lies near loch, river and sea, offering an ideal base ... More

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Landmark Dundee (4.38 miles)

Landmark Dundee

Set in its own stunning grounds, The Landmark Hotel, Dundee, is nestled between Aberdeen and Edinburgh and is easily accessed from the A90, with Dundee, Scotland's fourth largest City, just a short drive away.

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Premier Inn Dundee North (4.65 miles)

For shops and local amenities, Dundee city centre is only 2 miles away. There is lots to keep you entertained nearby, including Camperdown Country Park with Wildlife centre, play area and Golf course, Kingsway West ... More | visit website

Birkhill Castle (4.94 miles)

Birkhill Castle

Surrounded by beautiful gardens, heated swimming pool, tennis court and private beach, Birkhill Castle lies on the shores of the River Tay estuary. Built in 1780, the Castle is home to the Earl and Countess ... More


Camperdown Wildlife Centre (5.54 miles)

Camperdown Wildlife Centre
Home to over 50 species of animals, birds and reptiles, many of which are threatened or endangered in the wild. Highlights include Lynx, Wolves, Snowy Owls, Ring-tailed Lemurs and European Brown Bears. Don't miss the fabulous ... More
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Travelodge Dundee (5.69 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Invercarse Hotel (5.72 miles)

Invercarse Hotel
The Best Western invercarse hotel located just three miles from the city center, well placed for business or leisure guests with some rooms overlooking the river tay. The Best Western invercarse hotel is a former ... More | visit website
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Carphin by St Andrews (6.20 miles)

Carphin by St Andrews
Our seven luxurious and beautifully appointed bedrooms are all en-suite, include CD players and have ample storage space. The views are stunning across the estate and each room is designed to offer you unrivalled comfort ... More | visit website
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West Park (6.25 miles)

West Park

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West Park is the ideal place for those who are looking for clean, comfortable campus accommodation which represents excellent value-for-money. Each bedroom has en suite facilities and comes equipped with ... More

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Garden View (6.55 miles)

Garden View

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Lintrose stands amidst glorious acres, with giant specimen trees, swathes of wild flowers, formal gardens, drives and a mill waterfall. And, sharing this loveliness, Garden View ... More

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