Refined, comfortable, a little romantic and luxurious, The Dunstane House is an independent, family-run, five-star boutique hotel offering guests the best of the Scottish capital. Enjoy the finest Scottish seasonal produce in a all-day dining room and lounge, the Ba' Bar – host to one of Edinburgh's largest and finest collections of rare and antique whiskies.
Where is The Dunstane Houses located?
At The Dunstane, you get the best of both worlds. Although the hotel is located in West Coates, a largely residential neighbourhood, Edinburgh's Princes Street and city centre attractions are only a few minutes away. Its location is also very convenient for Murrayfield Stadium, home to Scotland's rugby team, as well as regular big-name stadium concerts. Edinburgh Airport is a 15-minute drive from the hotel.
What cuisine is on offer at The Dunstane Houses?
The menus present the best Orcadian and Scottish ingredients that can be sourced enriching them, the Dunstane way. The Ba 'Bar Classics menu is available all day long, and offers timeless favourites served alongside traditional Scottish dishes. Expect modern spins on classic Scottish dishes such as Cullen Skink, Cambells haggis bonbons and their very own whisky-slaked cranachan; alongside timeless favourites including crispy pork belly, meltingly tender seared scallops and the ever-popular Dunstane burger. The Dunstane Dinner Menu combines exquisite flavours and colours with Chef Anthony's signature twist to create a dining experience to remember. It offers a wide range of fine wines, craft beers, artisanal spirits and one of the most extensive rare-whisky selections in the city, with more than 70 varieties in its vintage wall cabinet.
What makes a meal at The Dunstane Houses unique?
At the Dunstane House, they are committed to quality, character and support for local businesses, and therefore always looking for the finest farms and producers in the region, and aim to source all of their products from within Scotland, from fish and seafood freshly caught on the coast of Orkney and artisan cheeses made on local farms to craft beers and spirits from Highland breweries and distilleries. They maintain close relationships with all their suppliers, partly because they love what they do, but mainly because they know that means they’ll give them the really good stuff.