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Tain is an ancient Royal Burgh in the Highlands of Scotland situated on the south-side of the Dornoch Firth.
Tain’s original charter was granted in 1066 by Malcolm Canmore, making Tain Scotland’s oldest Burgh.
Tain is a town of great antiquity and character with interesting architecture. The oldest buildings are the three churches dedicated to St. Duthac, with St. Duthus Church built c1370. The old Tolbooth dates 1706-33 with the baronial-style court-house attached dating 1848. The Town Hall, Royal Hotel, Parish Church and Museum were all built by the Maitland family in the 19th century.
Tain has beautiful countryside, quiet beaches and is a popular tourist resort with hotels, guest houses and plenty of places to eat out.
The High Street has a wide range of shops from supermarkets to a garden centre and there are often market stalls in the town centre.
Tain has a golf course, sports and recreation clubs with swimming pool and a play-park, there are scenic walks, cycling, fishing and an abundance of wildlife.
Tain hosts a Summer Gala with The Red-Arrow display, parachute displays, country shows, pipe bands and children’s entertainers.
Tain’s Highland Gathering is held in August in the Glenmorangie Distillery grounds with a range of Highland games, helicopter rides and children’s events.
The Glenmorangie Distillery is north-west of Tain famous for its single-malt whiskey.
A W Gray & Butler
Logie Financial Consultants
Aldie Watermill Craft and Gift Shop
Dornoch Firth Caravan Park
Tain Dental Practice
Tain Health Centre
Pub and Bar
Dornoch Bridge Inn
Craighill Primary School
St Duthus School
Tain Royal Academy
Macdonald & Sandison
Hire Henry Taxis
Ocean Links Golf
Scotsburn Garden Centre
Morangie Garden Centre
Heads & Tails
Places to Stay near Tain
Mansfield Castle Hotel
Mansfield House Hotel is a luxury country house hotel, rated 4 star by the Scottish Tourist Board, in which the resident owners provide a welcoming and friendly atmosphere in a comfortable ... More
Morangie House Hotel
The Morangie, a fine old Victorian mansion, is set on the northern outskirts of the Ancient and Royal Burgh of Tain, Ross & Cromarty, one of Scotland's oldest burghs.
Its grand design and spacious and ... More
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Dornoch Castle Hotel
Set in private and beautifully manicured gardens, this Scottish Castle occupies a tranquil position in the heart of the beautiful village of Dornoch, yet still enjoys easy access to the A9.
Steeped ... More
The Eagle Hotel is a beautiful, traditionally run hotel in the Idyllic highlands of Scotland. Situated in Royal Dornoch, it makes ideal base to explore the local area, or play ... More
Set in its own grounds, overlooking Royal Dornoch Golf Course and the sandy beaches of the Dornoch Firth, this attractive hotel is a few minutes walk from the centre of Dornoch, an enchanting little cathedral ... More
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Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle
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Heaven On Earth Was How Andrew Carnegie Described Skibo - His Glorious Highland Castle Which Is Now Home To The Carnegie Club. The Carnegie Club ... More
Mill Farm B and B
Mill Farm is a working farm and family home, located just two miles away from the historic county town of Dornoch. Set in its own 50 acres of ground, Mill ... More
Kincraig Castle Hotel
A relaxing retreat just 20 minutes away from Inverness, this peaceful hotel is surrounded by some of Scotland’s best golf courses, beaches, distilleries, castles and scenery.
Kincraig Hotel is set in ... More
Royal Hotel Cromarty
Overlooking the peaceful Cromarty Harbour, with stunning views of the Cromarty Firth, the hotel offers you traditional Highland hospitality at its best, whether you are staying for relaxation or that ... More
Situated on the High Street, Sydney House is a traditional Georgian House. Built in 1849, it was once known as “Watt’s Temperance Hotel”. Sydney House has recently been renovated to a high standard. Great care ... More
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