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Best Activities for Kids in the Local Area

Fishing on the Resort Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort, Forbes of Kingennie Drive, By Broughty Ferry, Dundee, DD5 3RD Open daily from 8am – dusk. Fishing is a family-friendly activity that can entertain both kids and adults. You can book in for a lesson or go it alone – rods can be hired from our … Continue reading Best Activities for Kids in the Local Area


Valentine’s Itinerary

Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to spend time with your other half and to try out something new and local. Whether you are obsessed with planning the perfect Valentine’s Day for your loved one or if the day can just roll by without much notice – this year we want to inspire you to embrace the tradition … Continue reading Valentine’s Itinerary


A restoring New Year getaway guide

The mad rush of the Festive period is over. You have been on a solid diet of chocolate and turkey sandwiches for the past month, and the most exercise you have done is walking to the fridge and back. It’s time to get back on track, and when better to do that than now? After … Continue reading A restoring New Year getaway guide


Eat, Drink and be Merry!

Sharing incredible food and drink with friends and loved ones can be one of the greatest things about a holiday. Whether it is something as small as a good coffee and cake or somewhere for all the family to enjoy, we’ve listed our favourite places in and around Angus to help inspire your dining adventures. Best for locally sourced … Continue reading Eat, Drink and be Merry!


10 local independent shops that you have to visit this Christmas

Christmas is coming around fast and the pressure can be on when it comes to choosing the perfect gift. If you are planning a trip away to relax and take in some local shopping, why not try Dundee and Angus? You can stay in our countryside lodges and explore the shops during the day, only … Continue reading 10 local independent shops that you have to visit this Christmas


Halloween Events Guide 2017

If you are searching for frightfully good events to celebrate Halloween 2017 then look no further. We have compiled a hair-raising list of everything note-worthy that’s going on in Angus, Dundee and Fife this October. Glamis Castle have two spine-chilling activities on to celebrate Halloween; The Bewitched Wood and Haunted Tours of the Castle. The … Continue reading Halloween Events Guide 2017


Pumpkin Carving Tips and Tricks

Autumn on the resort is a stunning time of year, with picturesque views when the landscape turns into a haze of burnt orange tones reflected in the ponds. There is a buzz about the season, and there is always excitement surrounding Halloween. One of our favourite Halloween traditions is pumpkin carving. If you are anything … Continue reading Pumpkin Carving Tips and Tricks


Dark sky discoveries: The basics of Stargazing

Stargazing is a hobby that anyone can take up, it can be a romantic past time or something you can enjoy with friends or as a whole family. It’s a chance to get back to nature, and it’s free! The harvest is underway, our red combine can be seen in the fields around the resort … Continue reading Dark sky discoveries: The basics of Stargazing


6 Unmissable Local Festivals this Autumn

When the nights start getting colder and darker it can be hard to resist the call to stay indoors and watch your favourite box set (Game of Thrones cough cough). But with these 6 local festivals this Autumn is sure to be a hive of exciting activity, worth venturing outside for. Dundee Flower and Food … Continue reading 6 Unmissable Local Festivals this Autumn


Things to do when friends and family come to visit

Your friends and family are coming to visit you and you have the job of tour guide. What do you do? The best thing for out-of-towners is to show them what you know and love about the area, and give them a true experience of what it has to offer. To make sure your guests … Continue reading Things to do when friends and family come to visit


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