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Landal Kielder Waterside
from £489 per week
Landal Darwin Forest
Matlock, Peak District
from £435 per week
Ashbourne, Peak District
from £419 per week
Landal Gwel an Mor
from £545 per week
Dundee, Southern Highlands
from £337 per week
Where to stay?
Where to stay?
Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, a Celtic music festival, a breath taking road trip with historic castles or cities with bright lights, Scotland is hard to beat. This wonderful country boasts world class golf courses, whiskey distilleries, crystal clear salmon rivers and two remarkable national parks, the Cairngorms and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. For faraway island adventures you can head to the Inner or Outer Hebrides or the Orkneys and Shetland Islands. Whether you’re amongst dramatic mountains, on the stunning coastline, more rural or near a medieval town or village a holiday in a luxury lodge in Scotland will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
Just 3 miles from Dundee, and open all year round, this fabulous country park covers over 400 acres and boasts the stunning neo-classical Camperdown House as its centre piece. Home to more than 190 species of trees and a Tree Trail to follow, the Camperdown Wildlife Centre, with animals from all over the world and adjacent Play Centre, and state-of-art equipment for all ages, it’s a perfect family day out.
The Cairngorms National Park is the largest protected wilderness in Britain. It boasts wonderful mountains, deep gorges, ancient forests, big rivers, ancient highland villages on remote lochs and historic castles. It’s a paradise for outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts, in winter the skiers arrive and in summer the walkers and off-road mountain bikers. All year round you can spot deer, rare birds, otters, eagles and osprey as well as wild brown trout and pike, plus so much more.
If you love towering cliffs, a long golden beach, stunning wildflowers and insects a trip to St Cyrus will bring you to one of the most beautiful nature reserves in Britain. Spring and summer are best and call in at the old lifeboat station, now an award winning visitor centre, to make sure you don’t miss anything. To the south is Montrose a gorgeous town with a lovely old centre, museum and art gallery.
The worlds only Malt Whisky Trail is a jewel in the Moray Speyside region, a wonderful collection of large and small historic distilleries. As you visit the nine locations you’ll meet the men and women who are now the guardians and masters of whisky production today. At each site you can join a guided tour to get a real insight and of course taste of Scotland’s national drink.
On Dundee’s waterfront is Discovery Point home to RRS Discovery. Step on board to learn about the hardships experienced by Captain Scott and his crew on their amazing Antarctic voyages. Opposite is Scotland’s first design museum, V&A Dundee, a state-of-the-art building with major exhibitions to inspire innovation for the future.
Glamis Castle, witness to over a thousand years of history, is the ancestral seat of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne and childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mother. Scotland’s most beautiful castle is a wonderful family day out with stunning gardens, restaurant, shop and fun activities for children.
Explore gorgeous scenery and charming towns and villages on a private tour of East Neuk. With stops off at historic St Andrews and the fishing villages of Crail, Pittenweem and St Monans you have the perfect opportunity to relax and absorb the character of this special corner of Scotland.
Nestled below Broughty Castle is Broughty Ferry Beach, once a former fishing village. The spacious sandy award winning beach has a promenade, which gives easy access for everyone, backed with dunes and great views over the Tay Estuary. Perfect for family days out, swimming, walking, sailing and much more.
A visit to Verdant Works will bring you to a world class visitor centre which tells the fascinating story of Dundee’s textile heritage. You can hear the tales of mill workers and see and hear the machines at work in this beautifully refurbished mill, once the beating heart of Dundee.
North of Dundee is Arbroath, a traditional seaside town with a picturesque harbour. You’ll find an Abbey, Signal Tower Museum, Marina, Beach, Miniature Railway, the Webster Memorial Theatre and Bell Rock Lighthouse in the distance, something for everyone. Don’t miss tasting the ‘Arbroath Smokie’, smoked haddock considered a delicacy all over the world.