- Outdoor hot tub
- Sauna/Steam room
- Air-conditioned gym
- Outdoor hot tub
- Flat-screen TV
- Outdoor hot tub
- Indoor heated pool
Relax in your own Dundee Hot Tub Lodge!
When it comes to lodges with hot tubs Dundee has grown hugely in recent years and become one of the top places to stay when it comes to accommodation that includes luxuries like an onsite jacuzzi. A few years ago there weren’t many private lodges that had such facilities. Now there are lots of superb lodge cabins with hot tubs throughout Dundee that offer early booking discounts and low deposit deals. Whatever you’re looking for its available whether it be pet friendly lodges so the dog can go, or you’re after a place to stay on New Year’s Eve, Dundee now has an enormous choice.
Small secluded lodges are popular with couples and because they usually only sleep 2 the prices are reasonable. Most of the lodges sleep 4-8 and bigger luxury lodges are always a fair bit more expensive. Dundee lodges with hot tubs is not something we have tried as yet, but we are adding it to our list of places to visit after a glowing report by my brother who stayed in the Piperdam Lodges
A brilliant little get away for those who enjoy city and historical escapes. Dundee is packed with art from displays in museums or around the city like the desperate Dan and dragon statues.
Dundee has many theatres around the town showing musicals, ballets, dance and so much more, on top of all the bars and restaurants making Dundee a fantastic place to spend the evening.
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Things To Do And Places To Visit In Dundee
Tay Rail Bridge
If you choose to go into Dundee via train, you will be able to cross the Tay Rail Bridge. It is the iron bridge that goes over the River Tay. The original structure was built in 1872 and took until 1878 to complete. It was able to get the railway from Dundee to Edinburgh using the longest bridge. Unfortunately it collapsed back in 1879 because of a storm. The train plunged down into the water and took 75 passengers with it. Up to this day, you can still see stumps of the original bridge. The bridge seen today was completed in 1966. It was built over 9 years and is considered as one of the best railway journeys in the world. There are two platforms for viewing on the bridge. You can see The Firth Of Tay and Dundee from these platforms.
RRS Discovery And Discovery Point
Discovery Point charts the RRS Discovery’s history and displays this with audio and visual prsentations and special effects. The RRS Discovery was a royal research ship. The Discovery Point also lets you experience in vivid detail the wilderness and the Polar Regions. The vessel was built for Robert Scott in Dundee, to take him on his Antarctic expedition that ran from 1901 up to 1904. Visitors can climb in and explore. The Unicorn is another ship that was restored and can be seen in Discovery Point. It was one of the Royal Navy frigates and it has 46 cannons. It was launched back in 1824 and is the oldest warship that is worthy of the British Isles. It was named the Unicorn because of the white unicorn that was carved into the wood along with the coat of arms.
Scotland’s Jute Museum
Dundee has grown a lot and much of it is owed to the jute industry. It is a natural fibre that is used in manufacturing sacks, ropes and other such products. The Jute Museum displays how the industry affected the area and how it affected the people. Among its attractions are fully restored jute machinery and a lot of ‘hands on’ exhibits. Cox’s Stack should also be visited as it is one of the remaining relics of the jute industry. It is 282 feet chimney and it was built in 1866. It was part of the Camperdown Works. The museum is an educational and interactive place to visit that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.
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The Glamis Castle is of Baronian inspiration. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Scotland, just 12 miles to the north of Dundee. This is a 17th century castle sits amidst parklands. It lies at the very end of a line of oaks. Based on Shakespeare’s stories, this is the site of Macbeth’s murder of King Duncan. It is said that the castle has stood for more than a thousand years. You will be able to find a lot of historic objects inside the castle, including tapestries, weapons, paintings, furniture and Chinese porcelain. You will even be able to see Elizabeth I portraits. The Victorian dining room is one of the most beautiful sights inside the castle, with its massive fireplace and oak centerpiece. Click here for more Hot Tub lodges in other Scottish locations