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County - Angus and Dundee | Map
Tel code: 01382 | code search
Postcode: DD5 | code search
Population: 13200
Council: Dundee City
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Birthplace of:
Lewis Spence
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Broughty Ferry Events

January
Winter Exhibition

February
Winter Exhibition

November
Christmas Lights Concert

December
Winter Exhibition
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Occidental Bar
"Nice friendly pub in fact it won the McEwans community pub of 2009. Reasonably priced pints and spirits with good amiable staff. Large recently refurbrished lounge, good bar area with ..." More

Ship Inn
"Being a resident of Broughty Ferry I have had eaten in the Ship on numerous occasions and have always been happy with the food however, on our last visit no ..." More

Ship Inn
"I was very disappointed with the food I had today at lunch-time at the Ship Inn. I have visited the Ship Inn several times before over the years but ..." More

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Broughty Ferry is a suburb of the City of Dundee in Scotland; it is situated 4 mile east of central Dundee on the north bank of the Firth of Tay opposite Tayport in Fife. During the 19th century, Broughty Ferry, was a fishing and whaling village and ferry port, it has developed into a beautiful resort town with a picturesque seafront, white sandy beaches, an esplanade and harbour and has become a popular tourist destination, ideal for walkers, sight-seers and nature-watchers, there is a selection of hotels and holiday accommodation, shops and a good selection of pubs, cafes and restaurants, a children’s play area and rock garden. Attractions include the Forbes of Kingennie Country House and the15th century Broughty Castle, used as part of the coastal defence during the 19th century, it stands on the seashore at the mouth of the River Tay; the castles’ observation post offers panoramic views over the Tay with the chance to see the local porpoises, seals and birds, the castle currently houses a museum with gift shop and exhibits of local heritage and environment of the area. Nearby attractions include Camperdown Country Park and Wildlife Centre, Scott of the Antarctic’s ship ‘Discovery’ at Discovery Point, the Olympia Swim Centre, Sensation, Science Centre and excellent shopping in Dundee City Centre.

Attraction

Broughty Castle Museum

Care Home

Linlathen Neurodisability Centre

Dentist

Richmond Dental Care

Doctor

Baird & McCulloch
Broughty Ferry Health Centre

Pub and Bar

Barn
Bell Tree
Ferry Inn
Occidental Bar
Post Office Bar
Royal Arch Bar
Ship Inn

Restaurant

Bombay Brasserie
Frasers Restaurant
Gulistan Balti Tandoori
Royal Arch Bar
Waterside Restaurant

School

Eastern Primary School

Taxi

Broughty Taxis

Sports Clubs

Forfarshire CC (Cricket)

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Shops

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Partners Hair & Beauty
Kitty Krafts
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Places to Stay near Broughty Ferry

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Ashley House Guest House (0.34 miles)

Ashley House Guest House

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Ashley House Guest House is based in the charming region of Broughty Ferry, Dundee. An understated, intimate hotel compromising only 4 comfortable furnished rooms. Rooms are delightfully eclectic and can ... More

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Ashley House (0.34 miles)

Ashley House

Ashley House Guest House is based in the charming region of Broughty Ferry, Dundee. An understated, intimate hotel compromising of 4 comfortable furnished rooms. Rooms are delightfully eclectic and can be either single, double, twin ... More | visit website

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Fishermans Tavern (0.37 miles)

Fishermans Tavern
The Fishermans Tavern Hotel is an excellent place to unwind after a hard day whether it be from work or play we have a cosy old world bar and staff and customers who always give ... More | visit website
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Abertay Guest House (0.39 miles)

Abertay Guest House

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Welcome to Abertay Guest House The proprietors, Catherine & Karl Victor, look forward to giving you a warm welcome and an unforgettable stay in their new guest ... More

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Marlee Guest House (0.42 miles)

Marlee Guest House

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Lovely Victorian building, with warm rooms. All the rooms are situated on the first and second floors. Breakfast, private parking and free wireless internet included into the price. Ideal for ... More

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Broughty Ferry Hotel (0.69 miles)

Broughty Ferry Hotel
Being a privately owned and family run hotel allows us to make sure our residents and guests are treated the way we would like to be treated ourselves. We want you to sit back and ... More | visit website
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Woodlands Hotel (0.91 miles)

Woodlands Hotel

The Best Western Woodlands Hotel is one of Dundees finest hotels and during the last few years, the property has been tastefully extended and refurbished to provide a comfortable country house atmosphere. A varied choice ... More | visit website

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Taychreggan Hotel (1.11 miles)

Taychreggan Hotel

A warm welcome awaits you at this privately owned and managed Victorian mansion which prides itself on its reputation for excellent service.

Built in 1876, Taychreggan was a private house until 1946 and still retains many ... More | visit website

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Dundee East Premier Lodge (1.52 miles)

The hotel is located in a quiet village on the A92 Arbroath Road. It is very handy for travelling to the local golf course, such as Carnoustie Golf Course, Monifieth Golf Course and is only ... More
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Premier Inn Dundee East (1.52 miles)

Located in a small village on the outskirts of Dundee. For shops and local amenities Dundee city centre is only 5 miles away. Local attractions include Broughty ferry beach and Carnoustie Championship Golf course. Our Dundee ... More | visit website

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