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Central Location / 01738 621714 / 4 Star VisitScotland Award

  • Dalvey Perth
01738 621714


Dear Guests

Jane and John welcome you to Dalvey
An elegant Victorian house offering accommodation in Perth, Scotland.
Our B&B has four spacious guest rooms, all recently refurbished, two to the front of the house and two to the rear, overlooking our extensive garden.
We have ample off street parking at the front of the property.
We are approximately 10-15 minutes from the centre of Perth, when you walk through the park, behind the house.
Perth is a thriving small city by the River Tay, in beautiful Perthshire, with superb parks, Georgian houses and a vibrant city centre, where specialist shops and household name stores happily share well-kept streets adorned with floral displays, during the Summer months.

Perth is situated close to the geographical heart of the nation and offers very good access to the A9 where you can travel to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling within an hour and Inverness, to the north, in just under two hours.

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Perfect for Perth

Dalvey B&B is situated for you to take full advantage of Perth. This historic city set beside the beautiful River Tay and located just 90 miles from 90% of Scotland’s population. It’s the perfect place to discover whether you are exploring the city itself or the huge range of attractions and activities available across Perthshire

Full Scottish Breakfast

Breakfast is served from 7.30 am –through to 9am but please talk to us if this does not fit with your requirements as we can usually find a solution to suiteveryone. We care about serving a high standard of breakfast which means we use high quality local ingredients where possible. Our menu is extensive,choose from a hearty Full Scottish Breakfast to something lighter like warm croissants and jam.

Things to Do

For a great day out Perth has a lot to offer by way of visitor attractions and leisure activities. Heritage highlights include Scone Palace, the ancestral home of the Earls of Mansfield and the crowning place of Scottish Kings and Perth Black Watch Museum and Balhousie Castle which offers an insight into one of the British Army’s, if not the world’s most famous, fighting units.