A bright sunny room with a large bathroom with separate shower and bath
This is a lovely sunny double ensuite room in a beautiful house dating from 1875 in a conservation area just five minutes walk from the centre of town.This room is on the first floor.. Continental breakfast is available and is included in the charge. It will be left on the table for you from 7am in the morning for you to help yourself..The rooms are all unusually spacious and there's a garden with free car parking space one minutes walk from the house..The kitchen/living room is extremely spacious (24m2) and well equipped with dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer.This is a non smoking flat.The price includes bedding and towels, local taxes ,broadband and fuel.
Dundee is a very friendly place with a lot to do- 20 minutes drive from St Andrews - the home of golf. The beautiful Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre has modern art exhibitions- you can also learn how to make your own prints and develop your own photographs (URL HIDDEN) also has 2 cinemas with lots of interesting films from all over the world, a printmakers workshop - where you can make or buy prints and develop your own photographs - there's also an exhibition space and a beautiful cafe and restaurant with lots of space to sit outside on a sunny day.The Playwright Restaurant and the Cafe Sicilia are two great eating places in town and the Dundee Rep Theatre is the only theatre in the UK to have its own permanent group of actors.The ship Discovery that travelled with Captain Scott to the South Pole is anchored at Dundee and you can go on board and it is part of a fascinating exhibition on Scott and the Antarctic.The Macmanus gallery has had several years of painstaking restoration and has wonderful exhibitions .The island of May is a wonderful boat trip on a sunny day from Anstruther one of the cute fishing villages near St Andrews where you can buy freshly caught seafood.
Zugang für Gäste
The kitchen and the garden
Interaktion mit Gästen
I would interact with my guests to the extent that they would like to interact with me as I don't want to impose on those who want to be quiet and left alone
There are currently 13 rules
1 Please put on slippers and leave your outdoor shoes at the front door to keep the flat clean.
2 Please put nappies in outside grey dustbins directly - not in your bedroom bin
3 Please dont use travel plugs with plastic legs - they break off and damage the wall socket
4 No smoking in the house or near the house.Please smoke at the gate and dispose of cigarettes in the grey dustbin at the end of the drive
5 Please don't come home drunk - we will feel responsible for you
6 Please respect the property and other guests and keep noise to a minimum after 10pm and before 9am.
7 Please don't allow firedoors to slam as this wakes up other guests
8 Please dont use the washing machine before 8am or after 9pm at night so that guests aren't disturbed by the noise
9 Please bring photo id
10 Please don't take food to eat in your room .Please eat at the kitchen table
11 Please dont dye your hair in the bathrooms as it leaves bad staining in the showers and basins
12 No lit candles in the house- they are a fire risk
13 If you have any problems or questions please raise them with me immediately they arise so I can resolve them for you
Dieser Gastgeber hat 580 Bewertungen für andere Unterkünfte.Andere Bewertungen ansehen
My beautiful house dates from 1857 and is an 8 minutes walk from the centre of town, up a hill , in a quiet conservation area. This not a formal bed and breakfast or a cheaper version of a hotel. People who are looking for that will be disappointed. What I offer is informal accommodation in my own home where I encourage people from all cultures to get to know each other. Tea, coffee, orange juice, bread, milk and cereal are left on the table so short term guests can get up whenever they like and help themselves to breakfast. I am resident in one or other of my two flats (they are in the same building one above the other) and I move between the two flats every day. Some of the reviews actually suggest this is hostel type accommodation and I'm happy with that description as it suggests the kind of informality I encourage. Many of my guests have stayed in touch with me after leaving and return year on year and those who feel at home in my accommodation spend time chatting and mixing with other guests and often stay in touch with other guests when they leave. I enjoy watching this exchange.
I think the most important thing in life is to never say anything to another person that could not stand as the very last thing you ever said to that person and that friendship is the most important thing in life.