Good Hotel Guide Review
Close to the city centre, a Jacobean-style Victorian villa sitting above a manicured front garden, combines with Hampton House across the road as a ‘really fantastic hotel’. Formerly The Dunstane Houses, it is now part of upmarket Roseate Hotels and Resorts. Bedrooms, ranging from ‘petite’ to suites, blend contemporary comfort and period style. A first-floor luxury room was ‘huge, with a lovely copper roll-top bath tub within the bay window’. You can take afternoon tea outside, or graze on small plates, soup, sandwiches, fish and chips, from an all-day menu in the relaxing ambience of the Dunstane Restaurant and Bar. A three-choice, set-price menu is available at night. A breakfast ‘of the highest order’ brings haggis, Ayrshire bacon, tattie scones. (Nigel Mackintosh)
4 West Coates
0131 337 6169
35. 18 in house opposite.
bar/restaurant, lounge, conservatory, meeting/events spaces, wedding facilities, gardens, in-room smart TV, garden, parking, not suitable for wheelchair.
in restaurant and bar
all ages welcomed. No charge for cot or extra bed up to age 12.
allowed in some bedrooms (£30 a night), not unattended.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £229.50, singles from £211. Set-price menu £45. 2-night min stay preferred Sat in peak season.
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