More About Huntly

More About Huntly

The Dunedin Guesthouse is located in one of the most breathtakingly scenic and interesting parts of Scotland.

Huntly Castle, Aberdeenshire.

Learn more about Huntly

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 place, full of first class restaurants and shops, selling a variety of produce both local and from the wider area.
There is a strong community pride in Huntly, with local events including flower shows, arts groups, dance and music organisations.
The renowned Deans of Huntly Shortbread factory offers fascinating tours and you can even sample the produce.
On the outskirts of Huntly is Clashindarroch Forest, which is the largest in Aberdeenshire. There are over 20 kilometres of trails which are used for cross country skiing during the winter season.

Huntly Castle

The town’s most famous site is Huntly Castle, which was originally built in the 12th century.
It was visited by Robert the Bruce in 1307 and after it was destroyed by fire, it was restored and rebuilt by the Earl of Huntly after 1452.
The castle was owned by Clan Gordon until the early 1900s but now it is owned by Historic Scotland.
If you are interested in visiting historic Huntly, come and stay at Dunedin Guesthouse, Aberdeenshire.
Huntly Castle, Aberdeenshire.

Whatever your expectations are for a perfect stay in Aberdeenshire, we look forward to meeting and exceeding them.

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