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This beautiful Georgian house was built in the 18th century for David Erskine, a judge of the Scottish Court of Session. House of Dun is just 3 miles from Montrose and its picturesque unspoilt beaches and around 45 minutes’ drive from Aberdeen. Set...more
This is a fabulous country residence built in typical Adam style. The interior is in great condition and the gardens beautiful. You can only go in by a guided tour which happens every 45 minutes but well worth it. We were lucky to be in...More
Stopped for morning coffee. Pleasant premises, good coffee and lovely lemon drizzle cake. Menu board showed good selection of dishes. Service on the slow side but well worth the wait. Items in gift shop varied in price from reasonable to expensive. Good selection of jewellery,...More
I’ve visited a fair number of UK stately homes over the years and one of the most engaging experiences was the recent tour round the House of Dun, which Lynda gave us. There’s plenty that’s beautiful in this elegant classical mansion – fabulous plaster ceilings,...More
We have visited Montrose several times and always run out of days to visit this house. This time we made it and it was really worth it. Our guide Helen was very good, talking about the house and its family history. It's not what is...More
Been to Montrose quite a new times but never to the House of Dun. Not really my thing but my partner. However I really enjoyed the tour. The guide was excellent, knowledgeable, but also kept the tour entertaining
OK, it's in Scotland so you sometimes get rain. This visit definitely lifted our spirits on a damp day. The tour lasted about an hour and 20 min, and was very informative. Plenty to see and a lot of history to digest. Our guide was...More
My friend has just had her wedding at the house of dun, and what a lovely day it was!! All the staff were so helpful and their knowledge of the house was impressive, I enjoyed listening to the history of the house and it looks...More
Can only be seen by guided tour at regular intervals. Our guide, Louise was informative, helpful and very cheerful. Added to the experience.
This is a fine example of Adam architecture in a Scottish National Trust property but with original family furniture, paintings and memorabilia....More
We visited today with my 12 and 9 year olds. I have to say we were a bit nervous about going around the house with a guide as the kids usually lose interest quite quickly. However the guide that we had by the name of...More