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1 review of Tain

Robin Bouvier

The oldest Royal Burgh in Scotland

On the shores of the North Sea, halfway between Inverness and Dunrobin Castle, the village of Tain proudly announces itself as the oldest Royal Burgh in Scotland (not to be confused with another village called Tain, much farther to the north). The quiet little hamlet has been the stronghold of Maitland, an architectural dynasty, which has been responsible for its particular architecture since the nineteenth century. The main attractions of the village are the first Glenmorangie distillery built on the outskirts of the city, and the beaches overlooking Dornoch Firth. For fans of the Scottish national

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