Welcome to Aberlaw Guest House
Welcome to Aberlaw Guest House one of Dundee's Premier Guest Houses situated 1.5 miles from the centre of Dundee. Aberlaw has been tastefully re-furbished with modern facilities but retained many of its Original Victorian Features.
Our Aim is to provide “Good Auld Fashioned Dundee hospitality” as commented in our Guest Book by Brian Cox the Hollywood Film Actor who stayed with us in April 2009 while filming a Documentary on Dundee's Jute Industry.
- Single Room rate is £30 per person per night
- Single occupancy in the twin additional £10
- Single occupancy in the Double/twin additional £15
- Two sharing Twin £60
- Two sharing Twin/Double £65
We offer Continental Breakfast with bacon and a choice of eggs for and additional £5.00 per person. Contact Us
Reservations and enquiries - www.aberlaw.co.uk
Contact - Mobile 07738912082 - Landline +44 1382 4569
All our bedrooms have en-suite facilities and we pride ourselves on our reputation, offering guests a high standard of comfort and service. Private car parking facilities are situated at the rear of the property so once guests arrive they can park and relax. We are fortunate to have local eating facilities offering snacks and meals within walking distance of Aberlaw. Regardless of your length of stay whether work related or pleasure we will do our best to make you feel “Home from Home” .
We have magnificent views over the River Tay and situated on the main route to most destinations with the local bus stop outside our door giving access to the bus services throughout the area. Dundee City is placed on the UK East-Coast railway line and has a City Centre Airport with daily direct flights to London City. Dundee's setting is probably more extraordinary than any other city in Scotland its central location commands excellent communications links through road, rail and sea.
You can locate 90% of the population of Scotland within a 90 minute drive of Dundee making Dundee the perfect base-camp when exploring the surrounding areas. This makes “Touring Scotland” more relaxing than moving each day from city to city.