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Super7: Best things about Dundee, Angus & Perthshire

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With so much to discover in this beautiful part of Scotland, you’ll want to take the time to explore all the delights of the stunning highlands and charming towns. Step into Scottish history and experience the welcome of the area's hotels and places of interest; visit local galleries and independent shops; treat yourself to a fine Scottish meal, and enjoy a toast with a wee dram before you leave.

Gallery Q

Queens Hotel Buildings, 160 Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4DU

Gallery Q Dundee is an established gallery which offers outstanding, high quality art. As well as paintings there are prints, ceramics, glass, sculpture, jewellery, and textiles. Own Art interest-free purchases are available, making art affordable to enhance the beauty of your home and office. Exhibitions change approximately once a month. Open Wednesday to Saturday from 11am to 4.30pm. Find the gallery next to the entrance of the Queen’s Hotel on Nethergate, 10 minutes from the station.

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Sinclair’s Kitchen

Arbroath Road, Forfar DD8 2RY

Using fresh, seasonal produce from Scotland’s natural larder is at the heart of Sinclair’s. From local wild game and Aberdeen Angus beef to locally grown vegetables, the chefs create flavourful dishes showcasing the best ingredients our region has to offer. Enjoy a hearty meal in the cosy bar, or à la carte dining in the restaurant. Look out for our weekly specials including Thursday Steak Night and our Sunday Roast.

Opening Times: Wednesday to Saturday – 12 noon to 11pm; Sunday – 12 noon to 9pm

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Keillers China Shop

64 Seagate, Dundee DD1 2EN

Keillers on the Seagate, Dundee, has been a local family business for over 50 years. With a huge selection of gifts for any occasion and at any budget, they specialise in exclusive brands such as the gorgeously cute Charlie Bears, and have the largest selection of Disney Tradition ornaments in Scotland. Walking into the shop you can’t miss the delectable scent of Yankee Candles from their large home fragrance section. While you browse they can also fit a watch battery or personalise and engrave items.

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Gammies Country Clothing

Station Yard, Carseview Road, Forfar, DD8 3BT

Based in the market town of Forfar, in the heart of Angus and at the foot of the Glens, Gammies Country Clothing offers high-end, sustainable, quality, country clothing, and is one of very few retailers in Scotland that stocks leading country brands for ladies and gents. We provide a high standard of customer service to fit the needs of the sporting sector, country pursuits, a day at the races, rugby, or simply everyday lifestyle clothing.

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Hotel Fairmont St Andrews

St Andrews, KY16 8PN

Set on a 520-acre estate with a unique coastal setting, Fairmont St Andrews encapsulates luxury, elegance and truly breath-taking surroundings in the ‘Home of Golf’. A truly unique and special venue that makes your visit one to remember with its peaceful setting and stunning cliff top views of St Andrews and the North Sea. The resort has a plethora of facilities, including two world-class golf courses – The Torrance and The Kittocks – along with diverse yet luxurious eating facilities.

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Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery

Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15 2EB

Our pursuit of Scotch whisky perfection began in 1898, when our stills first produced the beautifully balanced single malt whisky at the heart of the Dewar’s blend.
Tour the distillery to see how we create the distinctive honeyed richness of our Aberfeldy spirit. Access our atmospheric warehouse and learn how we double age our whisky for extra smoothness. Explore the interactive exhibition, guided by our bespoke app and enjoy a tasting of Scotch whisky in our welcoming Whisky Lounge.

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The Library Of Innerpeffray

Crieff PH7 3RF

Turn the pages of history with a visit to the Library Of Innerpeffray, in tranquil rural Perthshire. Scotland’s first free public lending library was founded in 1680 and used by people from the local community until 1968. Today, you can still read the rare books in its diverse collection and trace the families who took the time to cross the fields in pursuit of knowledge, education or just fun.  Regular guided tours are available.

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