Scotland’s Tay Country

Recommendations, Scotland

December 16, 2021

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Our team recently had the opportunity with UKinbound to experience Scotland’s Tay Country. This thrilling virtual trip took us through Angus, Fife, Perthshire and Dundee city to experience lush landscapes, world class golfing, historic castles, outdoor activities and of course a dram of whisky. The area has so much to offer and we have highlighted some of our favourites below.

V&A Dundee

Scotland’s first design museum and the only V&A in the world outside of London is definitely something not to miss. There are numerous free exhibitions and installations suitable for a range of ages alongside limited paid exhibitions offering a fascinating insight into different elements of design.

Rusacks, St Andrews

Located along the iconic ‘Old Course’ this St Andrews staple has been newly renovated to a luxurious standard combining prints and textures sympathetic to it’s Scottish heritage with selected rooms offering unrivalled views over the course. The variety of eateries offer everything from a delectable meal using local produce in the rooftop bar and restaurant to a cosy whisky in the pub at the bottom of the hotel.

Blown Away, St Andrews

A beach based activity company, Blown Away is sure to build some adrenaline and put a smile on your face. Blow off the cobwebs, try something different and get out into the great outdoors with a range of activities from surf lessons to land yachting.

Glenturret Distillery, Crieff

The Glenturret Distillery is the oldest working distillery in Scotland and offers even more with the only Lalique boutique in the country and a range of eateries. Take a tour and tasting or shop gifts, perfume and glassware before  settling down for a unique gastronomic experience in the restaurant and bar.

For more details about any of the highlights mentioned or more ideas for Scotland’s Tay Country, feel free to get in touch: [email protected]

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