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.
In addition to the Art Galleries and Museums linked below, Private House Stays also mentions the Barrack Street Museum
Gardens are defined in city areas to include public parks. In addition to the attractions linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following for your consideration: Monikie Country Park and Clatto Country Park
As you would expect from Scotlands fourth largest city there is plenty of culture, Theatres and Entertainment venues within Dundee. The significant ones are linked below, with a special mention for the Mills Observatory which is Britains only full time observatory available for use by the public.
West Adamston Farmhouse
West Adamston Farmhouse is a 1900 stone built farmhouse, situated in peaceful rural surroundings on a working farm just 7 miles from the centre of Dundee. - Find out more
Vicarsford Lodge is situated in an area surrounded by golf courses near St Andrews. The house is an attractive stone built residence in its own drive. Evening meals by arrangement - Find out more