Lovely en suite room at attic level which can accommodate up to three people. One king size bed and one single bed so ideal for a family. Great views over the River Tay. Spacious, bright and airy.
Dundee is just 2 miles away , over the Tay Road Bridge.
Carnoustie, Ladybank, Gleneagles and ,of course, St Andrews are all fairly close which makes our comfortable accommodation ideal for the keen golfer. We can help organise tee times and arrange transport if you don't want to drive. We can suggest tours of the area and further afield too. We will try to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
We have three rooms available in our home. One is a lovely attic conversion with its own bathroom with shower. The room has spectacular views over the River Tay towards Perth. There is a King size bed and also a single bed making it suitable for a family.
Another available room is a double and again has fantastic views of the river. This room has the use of the family bathroom with shower. The third room also has the use of the family bathroom and has a double bed.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to our dining room and main lounge for watching TV or just enjoying peace and quiet. The garden is also to be enjoyed.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
My husband Sandy and myself decided to take in house guests as our family have now all left home and so by doing this makes use of an otherwise empty space.
Edinburgh and Aberdeen are both about an hour by car. Glasgow is a bit further. The lovely East Neuk of Fife is worth visiting and is about 30 minutes from here.
We would expect our guests to treat our home with respect but enjoy the facility. We have a dog but respectfully ask that you do not bring your pets with you. Finally, smoking is permitted but outside only.
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I am married with two grown up children. I work part time for a Scottish Cashmere manufacturer. I love to keep busy and with my 'children' no longer living with us I need something else to fill my time.
I love meeting new people from all over the world and especially would like to help them have a memorable time here in Scotland.