Tain is the oldest Royal Burgh in Scotland and is steeped in history. The town lies between the heather and the sea. It is a small market town, with a population of 3,500, serving the rural area of the Easter Ross Peninsula.

Home to the Clan Ross Centre and the world-famous Glenmorangie whisky Company – Tain is a town waiting to be discovered with its Maitland Architecture, open-air market days, pipe band and its industry in forestry, distilling, cheesemaking, salmon and mussel fishing, Jewellery and Pottery production.

The town is especially renowned for its Tom Morris links golf course, with other courses nearby. At the 19th hole (the bar), you can enjoy a dram of world-famous Glenmorangie whisky produced at the local distillery, which cannot be passed without a visit.