Errolbank Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

9 Dalgleish Road

Errolbank Guest House, Dundee

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Errolbank Guest House is a Beautiful & Clean Bed & Breakfast situated at the popular and safe residential area of Dundee with on site free parking. We are within a short distance to the City Centre, world class golf courses of St Andrews and Carnoustie, both universities, hospitals, main shopping and entertainment areas, restaurants, pubs and banks. Whether it's business or pleasure that brings you to Dundee, we are able to cater for you.

We have been running as a Bed & Breakfast for nearly 20 years and cater for the many different types of visitors to Dundee. Wheather it's business or pleasure that brings you to Dundee, you will find our place very appealing to you. We take pride in our cleanliness and our excellent service - always with a smile :) All our rooms are en-suite, cosy and comfortable and equipped with coffee / tea / chocolate making facilities and Freeview TV.

There is also free fast WiFi available throughout the Guest House. Also, many of our Guests are returning customers coming to re-live their pleasant experience of being here. We specialist in giving free travel advice and maps to tourists travelling around Dundee or Scotland having travelled extensively nationally and internationally.

We also have close contacts with the 2 local universities, Dundee & Abertay and Ninewells Hospital and if you are coming to Dundee related to these, we can be of help.

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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This decisive battle saw Alfred the Great defeat the Danes under Guthrun

12 November, 1035

Death of King Canute

Canute (Cnut), Danish king of England dies, precipitating a struggle for power between Harthacanute, his son by Emma, Harold Harefoot, his son by Aelfgifu, and Leofric of Mercia. Harold was the initial winner, but he died in 1040 and was followed by Harthacanute.

This king defeated Guthrun the Dane at the Battle of Edington

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