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Tayside was a local government region of Scotland from 1975 to 1996. Following the 1994 Local Government Act, it is now divided into the council areas of Perth and Kinross, Angus, and the City of Dundee, which had previously been the region's districts.

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» Perth

Perth Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Perth, situated on the River Tay, is one of the country's most attractive areas. As befits a city, which was once the capital of Scotland, Perth has a multitude of interesting and exciting places to visit. The fair city of Perth is situated in the heart of Scotland and is a thriving tourism centre …

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» Dundee

Dundee Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Dundee is located on the north bank of the River Tay's estuary and so is near the east coast and the North Sea. Dundee is known as the City of Discovery, both in honour of Dundee's history of scientific activities, and of the RRS Discovery, Robert Falcon Scott's Antarctic exploration vessel, which was built in Dundee …

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» Blairgowrie

Blairgowrie Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Blairgowrie and Rattray is a burgh in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Amongst locals, the town is colloquially known simply as "Blair". The second largest town in Perth & Kinross this twin burgh lies in the Strathmore valley and straddles the River Ericht, which flows into the River Isla and then the River Tay …

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» Stirling

Stirling Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Stirling is clustered around a large castle and mediaeval old-town. Originally a Stone Age Settlement, Stirling has been strategically significant since at least the Roman occupation of part of Britain, due to its easily defensible hill (latterly the site of Stirling Castle) and its commanding position beside the River Forth …

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» Bridge of Allan

Bridge of Allan Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Bridge of Allan is a town in Stirling council. The local people of the area, during the Iron Age, were known as the Maeatae and it was they who constructed a powerful hillfort nearby. The site occupied by modern Bridge of Allan, stretches from the clachan of Logie across the Allan Water to the University of Stirling …

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» Callander

Callander Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Callander is a burgh in the region of Stirling, Scotland, on the River Teith. It lies on the eastern fringe of the Trossachs. The town now attracts a number of tourists and has a visitor centre which also contains a display related to Rob Roy MacGregor, who lived in the nearby village of Balquhidder …

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» Carnoustie

Carnoustie Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Carnoustie is a town in the council area of Angus, Scotland. It is a small town at the mouth of the Barry Burn on the east coast of Scotland. It is best known for its associations with golf, which is recorded as having been played there in 1527. This is a quarter century earlier than the first record of golf at St Andrews …

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» Crieff

Crieff Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Crieff is principally a market town in Scotland but in recent years has developed into a hub for tourism, trading mainly on its whisky and cattle droving history. For a number of centuries the Highlanders came south to Crieff to sell their black cattle to the populations in Lowland Scotland and the north of England …

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» Drymen

Drymen Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Drymen is a village in Stirling district in central Scotland. Drymen lies to the west of the Campsie Fells and enjoys views to Dumgoyne on the east and to Loch Lomond on the west. The Queen Elizabeth Forest reaches down to the village edge, and the whole area is part of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park …

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» Dunblane

Dunblane Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Dunblane is a small town north of Stirling in the Stirling council area in Scotland. Its main landmark is Dunblane Cathedral. The town is situated off the A9 road, on the way north to Perth. The River Allan runs through the town centre, with the Cathedral and the High Street on the east side …

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» Montrose

Montrose Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

Montrose is a minor port, tourist resort and royal burgh in Angus, on the east coast of Scotland. Early place names appear to show the presence of a Norse settlement in the area of the present harbour. Montrose also has the 5th oldest golf course in the world, the Montrose Medal, dating from 1562 …

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» Pitlochry

Pitlochry Hotels, Tayside, Scotland

The beautiful town of Pitlochry came to fame after it was described as Queen Victoria as one of the 'finest resorts in Europe'. The region is surrounded by pine forested hills and is visited in the early summer by wild salmon on their way upriver to spawning grounds which can be observed at the power station …

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Scotland has a rich cultural history much of which is preserved in historic buildings throughout the country. Prehistoric settlements can be traced back to 9600 BC, as well as the famous standing stones in Lewis and Orkney …

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