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Dundee, Fife and Angus

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About Dundee, Fife and Angus

East Central Scotland offers a wonderful array of accommodation, attractions and experiences to suit all tastes and budgets. Make the most of your time here with a self-catering stay with Balgownie Mains Farm and Brucefield Estate offering step free access when you’re inside. Once you’re settled, it’s time to go exploring!

Enjoy a day of culture at Kirkcaldy Galleries offering a library, museum, art gallery and much more all under one roof with designated Blue Badge parking available on site.

Embrace the outdoors and be impressed with a vibrant display of flowers and wild greenery at Cambo Gardens, there is even an accessible route map available so you can find your way round with ease. See spectacular wildlife in their natural habitat at Montrose Basin Visitor Centre & Wildlife Reserve, home to over 80,000 migratory birds which includes accessible features and facilities such as sensory packs with binoculars, soft toys and torches and also quiet spaces.

If you’re looking for a more rural escape, head down on the farm at The Rings who provide accommodation with adaptations for disabled people. This is a region filled to the brim with lots of exciting and fun days out for all the family. 

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