Tain holiday cottages

This charming town situated in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Steeped in history and boasting a rich cultural heritage that is sure to delight. Tain is known for its stunning architecture, which includes the medieval St Duthus Collegiate Church and the iconic Tain Tolbooth. The town is also famous for its whiskey, with the Glenmorangie Distillery located just a short drive away. Outdoor enthusiasts will love Tain's proximity to the Dornoch Firth, where they can enjoy fishing, kayaking, and bird watching. Golfers will appreciate the Royal Dornoch Golf Club, one of the world's best golf courses located just a few miles from Tain. With so much to offer, Tain is an ideal destination for anyone looking to explore the beauty of Scotland's Highlands. So what are you waiting for search our Tain holiday cottages today.

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This historic town in the Highlands of Scotland is known for its medieval architecture, scenic landscapes, and cultural heritage. Here are the top 5 things to see and do in Tain:

  1. Tain Through Time: Explore Tain Through Time, a museum that delves into the town's history, from its medieval origins to its role in the local area. The museum offers fascinating exhibits and interactive displays.

  2. St. Duthus Collegiate Church: Visit St. Duthus Collegiate Church, a medieval church with intricate stonework and historical significance. Admire its architecture and learn about its past.

  3. Glenmorangie Distillery: Take a tour of the Glenmorangie Distillery, known for producing high-quality single-malt Scotch whisky. Learn about the whisky-making process and enjoy tastings.

  4. Tarbat Discovery Centre: Explore the Tarbat Discovery Centre, located nearby, which offers insights into local history, archaeology, and the Pictish heritage of the area.

  5. Golf at Royal Dornoch: While not in Tain itself, a visit to nearby Royal Dornoch Golf Club is a must for golf enthusiasts. This world-renowned course offers stunning coastal views and a challenging round of golf.

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