Invermark House is a family run Guest House, professionally run, offering our guests first class accommodation with an emphasis on personal attention in a relaxed and homely environment.
Invermark House is an elegant, detached Victorian Villa set in its own spacious, peaceful and pleasant grounds. The property was built in 1856 at the time of the "Jute Mill" boom when it is claimed that Broughty Ferry was one of the wealthiest suburbs in Europe.
For the last 40 years it has been referred to either as a Guest House or small hotel. We are listed in the Michelin Guide.
We extend a warm and sincere welcome and invite you to enjoy the unique hospitality of our home as a respected and valued guest. We make a commitment to you that every effort will be made to ensure that your stay with us is to your satisfaction. Many of our guests have made comments about the Invermark Houses' peaceful and calming ambience.
We are situated within 10 minutes drive from Carnoustie and offer excellent packages for golfers visiting Scotland.
Breakfast is server in our attractive spacious,open dining room with pleasant views towards our garden's at the front and rear of the property.
Breakfast is served between 7 am and 9 am Monday to Friday and 8.30 am to 9.30 am Saturday and Sunday.
If you are leaving earlier than these times please contact us and we will arrange either an earlier breakfast time or a cold breakfast tray for you. If you would like to try our local Arbroath Smokies we would be delighted to oblige provided the request is made the day before.
Broughty Ferry is an up-market suburb of Dundee and lies approximately four miles from the city. To town features a railway station and has a comprehensive bus service to and from the city. Dundee has a small airport dealing mainly with internal flights and a railway link to all major cities in Scotland including Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness.
The town centre; Only 5 minutes walk away, offers a wide and varied range of shops, restaurants and pubs.
The fifteenth century castle, overlooking the harbour and beach is the areas's most prominent feature. The views across to Tayport, Tentsmuir and the two Tay Bridges can be both breathtaking and therapeutic.