Tain, Scotland's oldest Royal Burgh, has an ancient history and offers numerous visitor attractions, including a museum and collegiate church, world-famous distillery, a pottery and one of the UK’s most exciting and cutting-edge hot glass studios. There are also a whole host of outdoor activities for you to enjoy, including Tain's internationally renowned golf course.
Tain has a good selection of small shops, cafes and restaurants, and provides a wide range of accommodation. Tain is a good location from which to explore the surrounding area of Easter Ross, and an ideal base for touring the northern Highlands whose ruined churches, castles, forests, beautiful beaches, spectacular cliffs, peaceful lochs and wonderful viewpoints make for rewarding days out.
With its strong heritage, varied amenities and easy access to the rest of the best of what Scotland has to to offer, a visit to Tain is a must.