Scotland's fourth largest city sits on two prominent hills, Balgay and the Law, overlooking the River Tay. There is a fantastic freshness to the air in Dundee that has transformed itself into a city with impressive high-tech industries that adds to the high quality houses that were built out along the Tay towards Broughty Ferry when the city was built on wealth that was earned from the Jute trade. One of Dundee's big attractions is Captain Scott's ship, the Discovery. Dundee also has a thriving arts scene and plenty of good shops, bars and restaurants.
Newton Farm Holidays
Bed and Breakfast
Rest & revive on our tranquil working farm 2 miles off A90, in Angus. 4* B&B with 1 superior family room & 1 cottage.
Bed and Breakfast
Kescoweth a bed and breakfast experience to leave you relaxed and replenished. We would like to share the views that will stun you and countryside that will amaze you.
Things to do in Dundee
McManus Galleries and Museum is a splendid Gothic Revival-style building housing Dundee's main collection
Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre
The Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre is an internationally renowned centre for contemporary arts
The Verdant Works is a museum that has restored one of the original jute mills that founded Dundee's wealth
Dundee Botanic Gardens
The University of Dundee Botanic Garden is open to visitors throughout the year
V & A Museum Dundee
The V&A Dundee Museum is a museum dedicated to design, and it is located in Dundee, Scotland. The museum is located in a building designed by architect Kengo Kuma and opened on September 15, 2018. It is the first museum of its kind in Scotland and the first Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) outside London.
Crombie Country Park
Crombie Country Park is composed of 200 acres of woodland and surrounds the eye-catching Crombie Loch. Enjoy 7 kilometers of woodland trails, including discovery trails, where you can find information about Crombie's fascinating society and natural history.