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Every trip we make to Edinburgh includes a stay at Dunedin. David and Irene are the perfect hosts, always full of information, great tips, and go out of their way to ensure your stay is comfortable.
The rooms are always spotless, the breakfast area clean...More
Charming, spotless, and friendly! What more could you ask? Only a block from the bus stop on Dalkieth Road, but away from the noise. Our host was so friendly and helpful, and he makes you a full Scottish breakfast to your order every morning.
We stayed here two nights in June. Lovely place with lots of character-great attention to architectural detail and decor. Breakfast was phenomenal and hearty! Our hosts were delightful! Was great fun as his name was the same as my brother. Gave us excellent restaurant recommendations....More
We really enjoyed our stay at the Dunedin. Lovely, gorgeous house and hosts. Perfect for our family with 2 children. Got excellent advices for restaurants and plces to visit. Full scottish breakfast was excellent as well.
This is a charming, well kept and beautifully serviced guest house. It is located some 10 minutes by bus outside the main Edinburgh tourist center....perfect for my family of 3. Several times we walked to town (about 30 minutes) through a lovely park and other...More
The Dunedin Guest House is a semi-detached Victorian Villa located on a large sunny corner with gardens and a lovely view of Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags. Built as a family home in 1882, the three-story house was divided into two homes in the 1950s and returned to a single dwelling around late 1980s. Sympathetically converted into the present accommodations, the house is a listed building and therefore retains such original features as a magnificently lit cupola that dominates the central staircase and gives the house an airy spaciousness. Other original features are the mosaic-tiled entrance and vestibule, ornate cornices and a spectacular plasterwork thistle ceiling in the breakfast room. Original woodwork prevails throughout the guestrooms, as well, with massive Canadian pine doors, paneling and dados.