Guest Houses in Huntly
17 Bogie Street
Monday to Sunday: 24 hours
Situated in the historic town of Huntly in the midst of the magnificent Aberdeenshire countryside, Dunedin Guest House is one of the regions real treasures. Offering unsurpassed hospitality and the highest standards in every area, Dunedin will feel like home from home. The hosts, Keith and Christine Best aim to see that their guests arrive as visitors and leave as friends.
Dunedin Guest House, garden Guests staying at the Dunedin Guest House benefit from a resident's lounge, which is the perfect place to relax and unwind after a long day touring this spectacular area.
As a family friendly establishment, the lounge has large variety of toys for the younger visitors. Pets are also very welcome.
Located in the centre of Huntly, Dunedin is only a five minute walk from the railway station making much of Scotland easily accessible.
On the Aberdeen to Inverness line, trains stop at numerous towns of interest, including Elgin, Inverurie and Nairn.
Offering comfortable accommodation throughout the year, the Dunedin Guest House is the ideal place to stay for a weekend break, overnight stay or longer holiday. Keith and Christine feel that they dont have guests anymore just an extended family, because of this no request is too much trouble.
This premier Aberdeenshire bed and breakfast offers many superior facilities. Each room has an en-suite shower, television and tea and coffee making amenities and all provide unique views over the enchanting town of Huntly. The guest house is furnished in a traditional style, exuding charm and elegance, and our visitors will instantly feel they are home from home. Dunedin Guest House, balcony
There are many attractions within close proximity to Huntly and the Dunedin Guest House, including the world famous Whiskey Trail a must for anyone new to the area. With the Cairngorms National Park on our doorstep, we are the perfect base for an action adventure break, or a relaxing stay taking in the numerous sights.
Whatever your expectations for a perfect holiday we look forward to both meeting and exceeding them.
Accommodation at the Dunedin Guest House is welcoming and comfortable, and the number of returning guests is testament to the excellent service and first class hospitality offered by Keith and Christine Best.
Dunedin Guest House, double bedroom All of the bedrooms, 8 in total, are individually furnished in a charming and relaxing style and come with the following facilities as standard;
* En-suite facilities
* Tea and coffee making amenities
Hairdryers, irons, ironing boards and travel cots are available upon request, as are high chairs and other conveniences, including a babysitting service.
Of course, at Dunedin guests are not restricted to their bedrooms, and have access to our residents lounge, featuring a large screen television and comfortable chairs in which to relax.
After a restful night's sleep our guests can look forward to one of Dunedin's famous Scottish Breakfasts.
All dietary requirements and intolerances are happily catered for, and whether you choose a full cooked breakfast consisting of haggis, hash browns bacon and eggs; or a sumptuous and fresh continental breakfast, you will start your day fully energised and raring to go! Dunedin Guest House, family room
Dunedin Guest House, twin room Aberdeenshire has a wealth of bed and breakfasts and guest houses, but at Dunedin we offer a more personal and dedicated service. With no request too much trouble and all your needs catered for, we guarantee your stay will be the first of many. With so many attractions on the doorstep, our staff will be delighted to give you information and advice on the local area, and ensure that you get the most from your holiday.
Guests at the Dunedin Guest House have access to our secluded roof terrace, offering spectacular views over the market town and beyond - perfect for enjoying a romantic evening over a bottle of wine, or a family get-together whilst admiring the striking views.
Staying at the Dunedin Guest House provides visitors with the perfect base from which to sample Aberdeenshire and the magnificent Scottish countryside.
One of the region's most fascinating attractions is the world famous Whisky Trail. Speyside is home to seven working malt whisky distilleries including Strahisla, Glen Grant and Glenfiddich. Each of the distilleries on the tour gives the visitor an overview of its traditions, the distilling process, through to its unique end produce.
The Aberdeenshire countryside is visually stunning and geographically diverse. From quaint and historic villages through to its rugged coastline with miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, the county truly has something for everyone. Traditional fishing villages with working harbours and abundant birdlife, live side by side with vibrant towns and rolling landscapes.
The list of places to visit is endless and covers attractions such as the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses in Fraserburgh, Crathes Castle in Banchory, Arden Country Park in Mintlaw, and of course Huntly's own treasures including Huntly Castle, Leith Hall and Garden and the Peregrine Centre. The Peregrine Centre is run through the Forestry Commission and entry is free. Visitors can observe the Peregrine's can observe Peregrine falcons in their natural habitat either via the enclosed CCTV or or by accompanying one of the Foresters through the forest to the hide to observe them using the binoculars supplied. Aberdeenshire is packed full of stunning countryside and places to visit and contains many varieties of wildlife species that make it their home.
For those wishing to see some of the country's most magnificent landscapes, the Cairngorms National Park provides wildlife and stunning scenery in abundance. It is the UK's largest National Park and contains the largest area of artic mountain landscape in Britain.
The Dunedin Guest House, with its unsurpassed hospitality and dedication to the highest standards, is the perfect place to say whilst making the most of this amazing area.
Your hosts, Christine and Keith Best can offer advice and local knowledge should you require it and are experts at planning first class itinerarys both on and off the tourist trail. Cairngorms mountain
Whilst staying at Dunedin you will find the historic market town of Huntly both charming and delightful in equal measure. With a vibrant mix of shops, restaurants and community spirit the town and its premier guest house will look forward to welcoming you back again and again.
05 August 2005
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