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Craigtay Hotel
Dundee
Angus and Dundee

DD4 6JE | View map
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The Craigtay Hotel is superbly situated close to Dundee city centre, and also close to Dundee Airport. The hotel is surrounded by numerous world famous Scottish links and championship golf courses including St Andrews. Renowned by golfers and business travellers in particular for its warm and friendly atmosphere, where the staff have a can do attitude, and where, unlike a big city chain hotel, you are welcomed as part of the family and not treated as a number. Excellent Tay fishing, and some of the finest walking in Scotland in the Angus Glens, in close proximity. Combine this with great heritage of Dundee, the great outdoors, big country touring and sightseeing and adventure opportunities. Make the Craigtay Hotel your base for exploring Angus, Fife, Perthshire and the Scottish Highlands. Or just relax, unwind and rediscover yourself. And if you are planning an event or celebration, whether business, pleasure or both, we can meet all your needs expertly. We offer a complete conference management service.
We have a non smoking policy throughout the Hotel.

Details

Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: £70 - £98
Twin: £70 - £98
Single: £40 - £60
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Restaurant

Name: Gavin's Bistro
Cuisine: International

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