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The Queens Hotel provides Free city centre parking for all residents
Without doubt Scotland's east coast golden triange of world class golf courses, and the many fine other greens to suite every handicap and ever preference in between is a golfing mecca.
Playing the internationally renowned Old Course at St Andrews - the spiritual home of world golf is quite simply, for many a golfer, an experience that touches their very soul.
The love affair continues at Gleneagles with some of the world's finest courses: but the toughest test lies in the demanding challenges of Carnoustie's link courses.
Scotland's east coast has more than sixty much loved and cherished golf courses, popular with both locals and visitors.
Try Camperdown course set in a wooded parkland in Dundee, the tree-lined fairways and rolling terrain at Alyth in rural Perthsire, or the links course at Scotscraig in Fife, a qualifying course for the Open when it plays at St Andrews.
Remember to relax with a well earned drink in the Hotel's bistro, Nosey Parkers at the end of the day. En-route to St Andrews learn from the experts at the Scottish National Golf Centre at Drumoig or discover the history of golf at the British Golf Museum.
The "golfing widow or widower" is spoilt for choice while your partner takes to the greens. There are many other sporting activities and leisure pursuits in and around the area.
The real problem lies in what to chose.