“We visited the Tay Country for the first time for 4 nights and it wasn’t long enough there is so much to see and do. It is the ideal holiday destination for those that wish to explore the countryside, enjoy outdoor adventures, visit historic places, enjoy the beautiful beaches and coastlines, experience the culture, food and explore the many towns and Villages. We flew direct into Dundee airport from Belfast City and it was the most smooth airport experience I have ever experienced. The Airport is only 10 minutes drive or 20 minutes walk along the sea from the airport. We hired a car so that we could make the most of our couple of days and see as much as possible. Firstly we visited Dunkeld for 2 nights staying at the stunning Dunkeld House hotel, what a charming small town with beautiful walks and fabulous restaurants. Then we spend 2 nights in Dundee staying at the Sleeperz hotel right in the city centre just across from the V & A Dundee. There is so much more we wanted to see and do will definitely be arranging another trip soon. ”
“There is so much to do and see in Tay Country, and it is one of the fastest growing areas in Scotland for our group travel. Our tours to this region usually base themselves in Perth, Dundee, or Montrose offering them touring opportunities in Perthshire, Fife and Angus, and allowing them to experience the excellent hospitality in each. We specialise in holidays for seniors by coach travel and the selection of visitor attractions throughout this region are almost tailor-made for this market; from Scone Palace near Perth, Teasses Estate in Fife to the House of Dun in Angus. The east coast of Scotland has long played second-fiddle to the west, but this region proves there is more than one dimension for your clients to discover.“
Robert Ramsay, The Albatross Group
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