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The family (3 people) stayed at this well run guest house just prior to Christmas. The location is near the university and Authur's Seat in the conservation area of Edinburgh.
We stayed in a large family room on the top floor which was spotlessly clean...More
After a long drive from London Tony and Mary were there to give us a warm greeting and show us their fantastic house. Myself and my partner stayed just 3 nights at the beginning of November when the temperatures were beginning to drop. The room...More
We spent three nights at the Dunedin and Tony and Mary are adorable people always ready to help. The place is beautiful and well kept. It's located at about a twenty minutes walk from the old town in a nice neighboorhood. We really enjoyed staying...More
We stayed for 3 nights in Room 3. The following om was very small, the shower was barely adequate and more akin to a sauna, as the radiator was on 24/7. The double bed mattress felt worn and over-soft. We chose this as it was...More
A charming and restful stay in Edinburgh during the festival. Great breakfasts, very comfortable single room, and the owners are warm and welcoming. They made my stay very enjoyable and I will be back to stay at Dunedin Guest House.
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.