|The Dunstane Hotel|
Dunstane House Hotel exterior
|Location||4 West Coates, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 5JD|
|Owner||Shirley & Derek Mowat|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||William Henry Playfair|
|Number of rooms||38|
|Number of restaurants||1|
|Parking||Limited private car parking|
The Dunstane Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the west of Edinburgh on West Coates & Hampton Terrace, part of the A8 in Edinburgh. It is close to Haymarket train station, Murrayfield Stadium and Edinburgh Zoo.
The building was originally designed by Edinburgh architect William Henry Playfair and was built as a private home on what was then the edge of the city, in 1852. The Dunstane was home to the Ross family who were confectioners and gave their name to the Ross Fountain and Bandstand in Princes Street Gardens.
The Dunstane Hotel
The Dunstane began operating as a hotel in 1969. It was bought by current owners, Derek and Shirley Mowat, in 1998.
Dunstane City Hotel
Around 1867, an Edinburgh music seller, Archibald Shearer, then living in the Dunstane was granted permission to "erect a house or villa agreeable to the plan approved of by the Feoffers of Trust and Governors of George Heriot's Hospital". The link between the properties was restored when it was bought by the Mowats in 2007. The building was opened in 2008 as the 18-bedroom Dunstane City Hotel, by former Scotland rugby union international Scott Hastings.
Skerries Restaurant takes its name from skerries, which are small rocky islands, particularly found in Orkney. The current Head Chef is Martin Collins, who previously worked at Creelers Restaurant in Edinburgh city centre.
- The Dunstane Hotel - Four Stars from VisitScotland
- Dunstane City Hotel - Four Stars from VisitScotland
- Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Award
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