Tayview is a privately owned beach-front grass park catering for Holiday Static caravans, Motor homes, Touring Caravans, Tents and Glamping Cabins. Seasonal Pitches are also available for touring caravans. We offer storage throughout the year.
Tayview is close to the small town of Monifieth which has a major supermarket along with Pubs Take Away's, Restaurants and a variety of shops. There is also a mainline railway station all within five minutes walk from the site. The unique setting of Tayview is in the close proximity of a championship golf course, childrens play area, tennis courts and putting green. Great walks along one of the best coast lines in the East of Scotland. We are proud to have all of these facilities in such close proximity whilst retaining the privacy and tranquillity of an out of town site. For the avid cyclist we have a main cycle route running along the perimeter of the site that carries on for over twenty miles in either direction.
All in all Tayview is the perfect location for experiencing everything that Tayside, Angus and the surrounding areas has to offer.
Miles of beach walks from Arbroath to Broughty Ferry, 2 local golf courses and Carnoustie Open Course only 15 mins drive, New local authority play park, crazy golf, tennis, bowls, and skateboard park. All local amenities only 5-10 mins walk. We have a whole host of information leaflets in the reception for what to do in the surrounding areas. Staff can also keep you up to date with anything of interest. There are plenty of activities and places to visit in Dundee and the surrounding areas for all ages. From museums to science centers Tayside and Angus have it all.
Skateboard Park, Putting Green and tennis courts.
Based on 1 review(s)
Fife 20 Mar 2011
This site has been greatly improved since the only previous on-line review was written. The entrance has been modernised and made easier and there is a security fence around the entire site. I have stayed there a couple of times with my motorcaravan and enjoyed a peaceful stay each time. The pitches are as close to the sea as you could wish for and the shore is south facing so there is plenty of sunshine. The wardens are friendly and helpful and the site charges (2010) were reasonable when compared with other sites in the area.