Tayside Tourer 7 Days - Angus Hotel
Lying at the foot of the Grampians, Blairgowrie ('Plain of Gowrie' in Scottish Gaelic) has been occupied continuously since the Neolithic period: numerous flint and bronze artefacts have been found in the immediate area. The town's centrepiece is the Wellmeadow, a grassy triangle on which regular markets and shows are held. Blairgowrie Golf Club, founded in 1889, has two 18 hole courses and a 9 hole course. Highland Games are held annually on Bogles Field and are noted for the mass tug o'war between the entire populations of Blairgowrie and Rattray.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
TOUR OPERATES SATURDAY TO FRIDAY
Full Day Excursion to Crieff & Perth
The traditional market town of Crieff is set in stunning scenery and offers a wealth of interesting attractions from museums and distilleries to quirky shops and caf�s. Perth is a dramatic and historic city on the River Tay, with a variety of museums and galleries including a major collection of the works of John Duncan Fergusson.
Full Day Excursion to St Andrews & Dundee Botanic Gardens
The ancient city of St Andrews formed around the now-ruined cathedral, whose remains can be visited (charges apply) and whose stone was re-used in many other buildings in the town, lending them a unique character. In Dundee we visit the University Botanic Gardens, whose sheltered setting allows a great variety of plants to thrive, making it one of the top garden attractions in Eastern Scotland.
Half Day Excursion to Pitlochry
The picturesque riverside town of Pitlochry hosts many independent shops and caf�s, as well as the hydroelectricity visitors centre for those of a scientific bent.
Note: This tour operates via Burtonwood Interchange, therefore clients travelling from towns north of Preston may wish to join direct at Forton Services.
This excellent family owned hotel overlooks the square in the centre of Blairgowrie. The restaurant serves a traditional Scottish breakfast and 3 course dinner (with choice) and there is a large bar area, lounge, patio area and leisure club with indoor pool. All 81 bedrooms are comfortably furnished, most with shower over the bath. All have television with Freeview channels, direct dial telephone, radio and tea/coffee making facilities. Free WiFi throughout the hotel. Lift serves all floors (some graded steps between levels) and some rooms have level access from lift for disabled guests. Tel:01250 872455