Traditional sandstone home with beautifully corniced ceilings.

Traditional sandstone home with beautifully corniced ceilings.

Bill

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Widely regarded in the area as one of the best small towns to eat out and shop, Broughty Ferry is an traditional old Scottish fishing village which was bulit in the 19th century by Jute Barons.
It has many stunning buildings, including two castles. It has a Blue Flag beach which sits on the estuary of the River Tay. This beach is looked after by local wildlife experts and so has lots of interesting fauna and flora.
It is also close to the beautiful Perthshire and Angus countryside which is popular with walkers.
Close by are the famous towns of St. Andrews and Carnoustie - if you are a golfer you will be spoilt for choice.
The localtiy has AA/RAC recommended Hotels/Bars and is very popular with toursts from all over the world.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with no dependeants

  2. Bill is a 56 year old secondary schoolteacher of Mathematics and Physics. Audrey is a 45 year old Director of a Property Company

  3. We love restaurants/fine dining, walking in the sunshine, reading and socialising.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Bruach, Ship Inn Waterfront Restaurant, Kingennie Fisheries Restaurant
Cool bars
Ship Inn, Fisherman's Tavern, Royal Arch Bar
Cozy cafés
Gracie's, The Glass Pavilion, Robertson's, Caffe Nero
Retail therapy
Solo Per Te, Mohair, Lulu's, Hide and Chic
Bit of culture
Broughty Castle, Discovery Quay, McManus Gallery
Walks in the park
Barnhill World Famous Rock Garden
Spot of exercise
Walk along the river path to Dundee
Day tripping
Edinburgh or Glasgow by train, Glamis Castle, St. Andrews, St Cyrus Beach, Dunkeld and Birnam

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