Why book direct
- Best rates – we’re never cheaper elsewhere
- Free room upgrades for stays of 3 nights or more (Nov–Mar)
- Bottle of Joseph Perrier champagne with suite bookings
- Flexible cancellation policy
- Reduced rates for local attractions
Experience the best The Dunstane Houses has to offer with our Ultimate Dunstane Night In.
Catering to road trippers and staycationers eager to travel with their four-legged friends in tow, your favourite Edinburgh boutique hotel is now launching its inaugural dog-friendly package! So stay in one of our Cosy Wee Doubles Or Luxury King Doubles in Hampton House and in line with our home-away-from-home ethos, every need will be taken care of. From an in-room doggy bed, bowl and treats to a glass fo paw-secco on arrival, you will immediately feel at home and can now travel light without worry.
The Dunstane Houses’s generous layout includes both the Hampton House garden and Dunstane House’s lawn terrace across the road, which will get our furry little friends plenty of space to run around or enjoy an alfresco drink altogether. Dogs are also welcome to join breakfast, dinner or drinks in the Hampton House conservatory. Our Dog friendly rooms are located at the rear of the Hampton House, next to the conservatory for your convenience.
Beyond our little corner of Edinburgh, our beautiful city has lots of lovely green space so take a short 20-minute stroll to the Princes Street Gardens or, for the true adventurers, discover the best view of the city atop Arthur’s Seat. Why not head back to the hotel via the Water of Leith walkway and reward yourself – and your pup- with afternoon tea (featuring doggy treats) or our very own DunGin & Tonic on the terrace?
Our Dogs at the Dunstane offer includes the following:
Prices start from £195 per night in a Cosy Wee Double at Hampton House including breakfast for two and a £30 supplement for dogs.Enquire
Terms & conditions:
This offer is subject to availability and exclude major international rugby fixtures. Stays are capped at one dog per room and dogs may not be left alone in rooms.