About the property
Based in the west end of Dundee, Dupplin152 offers our guests two 4 star, en suite, King, or super king rooms
Having been a doctors surgery since 1877. It retains many of its original features and has been owned, renovated and cared for by us, Fiona and Bryan since 1997.
The Dupplin cross we take our name from, is a carved monumental. Pictish, free standing stone from 800AD, to be found in the care of Historic Scotland, since 2002 in 11th/12th century St Serfs church in the village of Dunning, just 25 miles from our property off the Glasgow rd. It’s well worth a visit April – October. Paul and Alison are the curators who will charm you with historic facts, stories and their excellent local history knowledge.
We offer our guests everything you would hope to find in two comfortable en suite rooms. King, or superking.
- High quality carpets, Bedding, (feather duvets and pillows)
- Acoustic double glazing
- Blackout curtains when you need a lie-in..
- Smart TV’s to watch Netflix or use your own online devises
- Complimentary hospitality tray with Fresh and instant coffees, teas and local treats
- Complimentary en suite toiletries
- Non feather duvets and pillows
- Firm pillows
- Substantial bath sheets
- Use of the dining room throughout your stay to spread out and relax…Guitars, games large table and smart TV.
For breakfast, there are always plenty of continental choices and warm pastries to ward off the hunger pangs until your hot food arrives. Fresh coffee, excellent chocolate and a selection of teas can also be “to go” when you leave us, along with any pastries you didn’t have room for. pop them in a napkin and we’ll find you a paper bag.
There’s an armchair, Smart TV and original Victorian fireplace all add to the relaxed atmosphere, especially when the fire’s lit on dull winter mornings. The dining room is available to our guests for their entire stay.
About the company
Dupplin152 bed and breakfast was established in 2017. We designed the King and Superking ensuite rooms the way we would like to find them. So the beds are superb quality, as is the bed linen, carpets and drapes.
The complimentary room and toilet items are plentiful and for more choice, you can help yourself to espresso, more teas and fresh fruit in the dining room.
The property retains its Victorian charm, with understated decor. The rooms are light and airy. Original features sit alongside antiques and miscellaneous paraphernalia found at French antique markets, so a little shabby chic turns up here and there.
The dining room is a traditional Scots. The solid, wooden table seats four, with solid, wooden armchairs to relax in and enjoy your breakfast or supper.
Fiona is our Chef. She will be cooking your breakfast and supper too, should you wish to dine in house.
Bryan is front of house and enjoys looking after our guests.
To the left of the front door is a seating area in the garden, where you can relax with a coffee, or bring out your breakfast. The garden is yours to enjoy.
About the neighbourhood
Our neighbourhood is residential. A collection of similarly dated houses – 1877, sandstone. Our own has an 8ft sandstone wall around the front garden, with a large wrought iron gate onto the street.
At the bus stop 100 yards from the house, you can find a reliable bus service (28/29) into the city, every 10 minutes. We also keep timetables for other routes you might want to take.
There is a licensed mini supermarket 3 minutes walk which has a free withdrawal cash machine.
Lochee swimming baths and gym is 10 minutes walk. under 3 pounds per swim. You will also find plenty of shops in the area too…Lidl 15 mins walk.
Balgay park 8 minutes walk. Balgay hill has various tree covered, leisurely routes to the top where you will find the Mills Observatory ( the first, purpose-built, public astronomical observatory in the UK)
Dundee itself is the perfect hub to see the rest of Scotland. Within 30 minutes, Dundee, Fife, Angus and Perthshire can offer so much.
In Dundee itself, the RRS Discovery, Macmanus gallery, the Frigate Unicorn and the V&A are a 10-minute bus ride away. Verdant Works is a 20-minute walk downhill on the way into the city centre.