The Dunedin Guest House is situated in one of the most breathtakingly scenic, and interesting, parts of Scotland. The town of Huntly is an ancient market town in the heart of Aberdeenshire with a wealth of attractions both in and around it. It is a vibrant town, full of first class restaurants and shops selling a variety of produce both local and from the wider area.

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With a strong sense of pride in its community Huntly oversees a large number of local events including flower shows and enjoys a rich cultural spirit. The town has its own arts groups, including dance and music organisations which are internationally renowned. Huntly is also, of course, home to the renowned Deans of Huntly Shortbread factory. The factory offers fascinating tours and the chance to sample its delicious produce.

Within the town the Falconry Centre is worth a visit and during the breeding season it is possible to view Peregrines hatch via webcam. For those wishing to enjoy the fresh Scottish air Huntly golf club and the town’s Nordic & Outdoor Centre are on Dunedin’s doorstep.

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Huntly Castle, the town's most famous site, was originally built in the 12th century. At that time called Strathbogie it was visited by Robert the Bruce in 1307 and other notable Scotsmen of the time. Subsequently destroyed by fire it was restored and rebuilt by the Early of Huntley after 1452. Until the early 1900s the castle was owned by the Clan Gordon, but is now in the hands of Historic Scotland and is a must-see attraction in the region.

On the outskirts of Huntly is Clashindarroch Forest, which is regarded as Aberdeenshire's largest forest. It has over 20 kilometres of trails which are used for cross country skiing during the winter season.

The Dunedin Guest House is perfectly placed in the centre of historic Huntly, to make the most of everything this fascinating town, and its surrounding area, has to offer.
We would just like to congratulate you both on the high standards you have set in all areas of your business. Easter weekend 2011 was made all the better by the comfort and clealiness of the bedroom; the excellent breakfast and the friendliness shown to us by yourselves You should take much pride in the attention you show to customer care. We will certainly return on our next trip to Huntly Thank you once again.
John & Margaret

Our family of four spent two wonderful nights here. We had the chance to spend some quality time together and explore the surroundings. Wonderful accommodation in a beautiful setting. Many thanks
The Wilson family

The most filling breakfast I've had in a long time! Perfect for a long day of walking and visiting Huntly's great sights. Will have to come back and do it all again. Thank you for such a friendly service.
Mr Jones

Thank you for your hospitality during my recent (if short) visit to your guest house, I will certainly be recommending your services to anybody who travels up that end of the country. The room was very good, bed good, facilities and touches of a personal nature also very good. The ensuites are great and hospitality of the hosts is top notch.
Doug Macintyre
Just wanted to say thanks so much for having us, we had a great time at your place. We went to that cafe you suggested in Aviemore, it was brilliant, and the portions were worthy of challenging one of Keith's special breakfasts! We'll definitely drop by if we come through Huntly on our next trip!
Laura and Gordon
I am working in the area and have been lodging at Dunedin every week day since 7th of Nov and am booked right up till 22nd of Dec, it’s a brilliant place and definitely Scotland’s answer to Faulty Towers!!
Ray Smith

Dunedin Guest House
17/19 Bogie Street
AB54 8DX

Tel : (01466) 794 162
Fax : (01466) 794 162