Enjoy staying in out bright spare room with a cosy double foldout daybed. Our stylish flat is 5 min walk from bus sttn, 15 min to the city centre, the new V&A and the rail station. Pet friendly (our greyhound would love company) adjacent to parks.
Our flat overlooking the Tay river and bridge is on a sunny hill, so that you can enjoy the sunrise for breakfast. Your room has a window exactly in the opposite direction, overlooking the well-groomed, and in the summer blooming, garden, so the sun will not bother you if you want to have a lie-in.
The guests have access to nearly all the rooms in the flat, with the exception of our bedroom. The big living room is a great space to socialise or work, and the dining table is big enough for 8 people! If you need some air or a cigarette, the garden just outside your window is a perfect place - you might find garden furniture decked out in the summer.
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There is a hypoallergenic greyhound living in this space. He is friendly with other animals and gets along with strangers. Due to the short coat and limited shedding, people allergic to dogs are usually not bothered by greyhounds.
Breakfast is provided, but the kitchen cannot be used for cooking dinners. You can still use the kettle and the microwave for quick takeout or readymeal dinners.
Guests are welcome to use the communal areas like kitchen, bathroom and living room, but are expected to keep them clean.
Make sure the flat door and the front door of the building are always locked. They both lock automatically when you pull them behind you.
Strictly no smoking indoors. There is a back garden where you can pop out for a cigarette, but throw your butts in the bin.
I am usually home, cuddling with dog or working on the big couch. You can always pop in for a chat or a recommendation. My partner is usually at work during the day, but if you arrive in the evening you might find us chilling in the living room.
I'm a doctoral candidate in medieval studies in Scotland. I love travelling, and usually go around looking at medieval manuscripts or attending academic conferences.