Fresh and clear tap water is something we take for granted in a country where rainfall is plentiful. But, to provide an uninterrupted supply of great tasting, high quality water is no mean feat.
From luxury lodges by the River Tay, to a contemporary house with a guaranteed investment return, to an historic and quirky listed country home, Mains of Taymouth has something to suit every sector of the holiday home market – for happy holidays for many years to come, just look at its amazing choice.
The way we utilise our kitchen is changing. It is now the most important room, a place where everyone comes together – the heart of the home – so the look and feel of your current kitchen should reflect this.
With Mother's Day just around the corner, we are thinking about the special lady in our lives and how to thank her. Whether it's your biological mother, your stepmum, or someone who is like a mother to you, these amazing women deserve a little treat for everything they have done for us. Flowers are the usual go-to gift, but you may like to give something a little bit more personal and unique this year? So, we have rounded up five Mother's Day gift ideas to save you seeking them out....
Located at Auchterhouse Country Sports – one of the ‘Nation’s Favourite Shooting Grounds’ – the award-winning Pear Tree Restaurant has built up a good reputation not just within the shooting community, but with the locals across Tayside too.
When it comes to driving electric, Dundee is simply streets ahead of most UK cities. Since beginning the switch from fossil fuels to electric power in its own fleet, the city council now has one of the largest number of electric vehicles among local authorities in the country.
For couples’ breaks, for family breaks, for doggie breaks, Mains of Taymouth’s stunning accommodation has something for everyone. Here are just 8 reasons why you should head there this spring:
Nothing in for dinner? Fancy dining out for lunch this weekend? Or have you something to celebrate?
Located in the heart of Scotland lies picture-perfect Perthshire. It is comprised of five main towns, which are just a 30-minute drive from each other.
In 10 years’ time there will be hardly any petrol or diesel cars on the roads of Dundee, that’s the hope of city council leader John Alexander, who is helping drive down the number of vehicle users having a negative impact on the environment.