Country Pub Hotels in Angus and Dundee

If you want to immerse yourself the history of the local Angus and Dundee region and find your own little piece of magic on the magical coastline then look no further than a tranquil country retreat in Angus and Dundee.

This countryside haven oozing in idyllic scenery gives visitors the chance to explore the history that has come to shape Angus and Dundee and made it a UNESCO world heritage city. By wandering the maze of coastline towns and villages you can immerse yourself in the real heart of Scotland and see how the past has come to shape Scotland as it is today. If this sounds like the perfect getaway then why not stay in a country pub hotel in Angus and Dundee? Surrounding yourself with blue skies and glorious countryside country pubs are a great alternative to your average hotel or B&B’s.

With buildings clinging to their heritage and full of charm country pubs will not only provide a unique experience but with modern features country pubs can provide unmatched comfort to recharge after a day exploring the region of Angus and Dundee. With flat screen TV’s, Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, comfortable bedding and modern en-suite bathrooms a stay in a country pub is both unique and luxurious.

With weary legs trudging back to the country pubs after exploring the ancient Angus and Dundee. Countryside a hearty locally sourced home cooked dinner, possibly even some haggis, accompanied with a vast selection of cask ales, fine wines and spirits is the perfect antidote after a busy day out in Angus and Dundee. With the warm summer evenings what better way to dine than out in the beer garden sharing stories with fellow travellers or curling up by the fire when the winter bite hits.

Country pubs have no end of entertainment for visitors from pub quizzes to beer festivals and BBQ’s your entertainment is always taken care of. So why not start planning your perfect getaway in Angus and Dundee today! Find out more about what Angus and Dundee has to offer by visiting our Things to Do section.

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