City Guide

City Guide

  • Best cities in the UK for startups

    Find out more about the best startup scenes across the UK – with a Dreamhouse apartment available for your visit.

  • Aberdeen Transport Guide

    Aberdeen airport alone serves more than three million travelers per year, with buses running 7 days a week and over 6 million trains entering and exiting the station per year.

  • 18th National Curry Week

    Celebrates over 200 Years of Indian Restaurants in the UK & the wonderful diversity of International cuisine in Britain Help raise much-needed funds for the world’s victims of disaster, poor and hungry in a fun positive way and celebrate curry in Britain, with National Curry Week & National Eating In/Out Week 2015. Restaurants, pubs, caterers,…

  • Glasgow plays host to the 2015 World Gymnastics Championships

    The World Gymnastics Championships first took place in Antwerp in 1903. Fast forward a century (give or a take a few years) to Glasgow, where the 46th World Gymnastics Championship is due to take place later this month. Events take place over 10 days, which will also see many famous faces from the world of gymnastics…

  • Queen Elizabeth – Longest Reigning monarch

    There’s long, and then there’s Queen Elizabeth long. 23,226 days long to be precise. Blasting through the record set by Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth has decided to celebrate this milestone in the Royal Family’s holiday house/castle in rural Scotland. Among her duties while visiting will be opening the Scottish Borders Railway with the Duke of Edinburgh and Scotland’s…

  • Manchester continues to be a popular choice

    In total, Manchester’s business tourism industry generates £823m a year for the city-region economy and attracts 4.9m delegates. This year it is looking to top £61m worth of conference business and 34,000 delegates. – (Source C&IT)

  • Book a Dreamhouse Apartment and help them with the spelling

    Its Festival Time In Edinburgh. Edinburgh is Scotland’s beautiful capital, known throughout the world as the Festival City since the first Edinburgh International Festival in 1947. There is much more than just one ‘Edinburgh Festival’ making up the Festival City, instead visitors come to Edinburgh every year to experience the many different festivals which all present…

  • Greater Manchester Fringe Festival

    Manchester brings to us from 1st to 31st July it’s “4th ever Greater Manchester Fringe festival”. It’s a full month of entertainment in the great city, “encompassing the best of Manchesters alternative scene”: Art, Dance, Theatre, Cabaret, Comedy, Poetry, Music, Burlesque, Workshop & Exhibitions, and to be even more entertained they also manage to add more…

  • Edinburgh Festival

    What’s to say? The Edinburgh festival is the largest arts festival in the world. It’s highly unlikely that you haven’t heard of it. For three weeks in August, Scotland’s capital is host to all manner of entertainment, and us lovely folk at Dreamhouse Apartments thought we’d shortlist a few for you…   The Fringe Festival…

  • Aberdeen: A must for 2015

    Aberdeen has immense appeal for commerce and leisure visitors. It is studded with outstanding architecture, which celebrates the granite influence, complemented by the Mica in the stone that sparkles like silver in the sunlight. Notable buildings include St. Mark’s Church, the Salvation Army Citadel, the Sherriff Court and Head Post Office, the extension to Marischal…

  • St Paul's Cathedral

    St Paul’s Cathedral

    Step inside St Paul’s Cathedral to enjoy its awe-inspiring interior and world-famous dome.

  • Big Ben and The Palace of Westminster

    Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster

    Visit the meeting place of the two houses of Parliament in the UK and the iconic Big Ben clock tower.

  • Buckingham Palace

    Buckingham Palace, London

    Visit one of the most iconic royal buildings in the country; the London residence of Her Majesty the Queen.

  • London Eye

    The London Eye

    See the spectacular sights of London from 135 metres above the ground in EDF Energy’s London Eye.

  • Tower of London

    The Tower of London

    Spend the day learning about the history of the Tower and the Royal Family.

  • Glasgow Museum of Transport

    Glasgow Museum of Transport

    Now the riverside museum, it houses an impressive collection allowing visitors to recapture the atmosphere of Old Glasgow.

  • Glasgow Science Centre

    Glasgow Science Centre

    Visit the science centre and explore an underwater universe or travel into the future.

  • The People's Palace and Winter Gardens

    The People’s Palace and Winter Gardens

    Stroll through exotic plants and vegetation whilst discovering the story behind the Glaswegian people since the 1750’s.

  • Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art

    Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art

    View the works created by local artists, as well as those created by international artists such as Andy Warhol and David Hockney.

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow

    Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow

    Discover the artefacts that have given the Kelvingrove Art Gallery the title of the largest civic museum and art gallery in the UK.

  • The Manchester Museum

    The Manchester Museum

    If you are interested in works of archaeology, anthropology or natural history, visit this museum to access over 4.5 million items from every continent.

  • Manchester Cathedral

    Manchester Cathedral

    Visit one of Manchester’s most popular medieval Grade 1 listed buildings.

  • Manchester Museum of Transport

    Manchester Museum of Transport

    Visit one of the biggest collections of vehicles and public transport in the UK.

  • Manchester Skyline

    Manchester Museum of Science and Industry

    Visit the museum to discover the city’s biggest achievements in science, technology and industry.

  • Coronation Street Tour, Manchester

    Take a stroll along the cobbles of the longest running TV soap opera currently in production.

  • Old Trafford, Manchester

    Spend the day at the second largest football stadium in the United Kingdom, home to Manchester United Football Club.

  • Arthurs seat

    Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh

    Climb up one of Edinburgh’s most popular extinct volcanoes.

  • Edinburgh Zoo

    Edinburgh Zoo

    See the giant pandas and koalas at the zoo – the only place in Britain where you can see them up close.

  • Edinburgh Festival

    Edinburgh Festival

    Visit Edinburgh during the summer months to experience what the largest annual cultural festival in the world has to offer.

  • The Royal Mile Edinburgh

    The Royal Mile

    Forming the heart of Scotland’s capital, a walk down the Royal Mile is a must-do for those looking to embrace the atmosphere of the Old Town

  • Edinburgh Castle

    Edinburgh Castle

    Explore the Castle and discover how it has shaped Scotland’s national story.

  • Marischal College, Aberdeen

    The Marischal College

    Holding the second largest granite structure in the world, the Marischal Museum is worth a visit to learn about Scottish prehistory and ethnography.

  • St Machar’s Cathedral

    Steeped in history, a visit to the cathedral is a must for those looking to learn about the history of Old Aberdeen.

  • Duthie Park Winter Gardens

    Discover why Aberdeen City has won the “Britain in Bloom” competition many times.

  • Aberdeen Beach and Harbour

    Aberdeen Harbour and Beach

    Visit the entertainment complex and learn why Aberdeen’s beach has become famous.

  • University of Aberdeen

    The University of Aberdeen

    Explore the traditional, restored buildings in the heart of Aberdeen.

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