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Dunavon House Hotel, Aberdeen

60 Victoria Street, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB217EE, UK
Dunavon House Hotel, Aberdeen Dunavon House Hotel, Aberdeen 01224 722483 60 Victoria Street Dyce Aberdeen
93 out of 100% 5 votes
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  • Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
  • Family Friendly
  • Golf in Local Area
  • Public Transport Nearby

The Dunavon House Hotel is a unique boutique hotel in Dyce where the emphasis is on relaxed dining using Scottish produce and homely, comfortable bedrooms designed for a great night’s sleep.

Andrew Myhotelbreak & Classic Britain
Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
  • Family Friendly
  • Golf in Local Area
  • Public Transport Nearby

Number of Bedrooms: 22

Parking Spaces: 30

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Dunavon House Hotel in Dyce is just 5 miles from Aberdeen city centre and 5 minutes from Aberdeen Airport making this boutique hotel in Aberdeenshire ideally situated for both business and pleasure.

Each of the 22 bedrooms at the Dunavon Hotel has recently been refurbished and features the key ingredients needed for a good night’s sleep - big comfortable beds and crisp clean linen.

Experience the gastro-pub style restaurant at the Dunavon House Hotel Aberdeen which offers relaxed dining using Scottish produce that is sourced from the best local suppliers. Choose from the extensive wine list to complement your food and a range of handcrafted beers and ciders, all served in a relaxed and cosy setting.

The Dunavon House Hotel in Aberdeen offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.



tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Room Service
tick Family Room for 3

Dunavon Hotel offers guests a great selection of bedrooms such as single, double and family rooms.

All the rooms have recently been fully refurbished with high-quality furniture and fittings, tasteful décor and feature flat-screen televisions, radio, direct dial telephone, free broadband internet access, hairdryers, and tea and coffee making facilities.

Rooms with easy access are available on request

Bar & Restaurant

The chef at the Brysons Restaurant prides himself on serving proper food as it ought to be. To ensure this,  local produce features regularly in the dishes served, such as great steaks, and a range of burgers and fish that has been caught up the road. The focus is on flavour and generosity.

The team of friendly staff help to create a relaxed atmosphere where it’s all about the food.

Sample Menus:
Main Menu
Sandwich Menu
Wine Menu
Kids Menu

Selected beers, lagers and ciders are available in bottles and on draught. The Dunavon Hotel supports local breweries with a selection of ales and beers from the region.

The wine list is extensive with nine wines by the glass and tasting notes to match a lot of food. There is also wonderfully chosen Champagne and an equally good Prosecco.

As the Dunavon Hotel is en route to Speyside they have a stunning array of malt whiskies for those seeking an after-dinner ‘night cap’. Paired with natural mineral water not tap to ensure the flavours sing.

Location & Directions

Directions to Dunavon House Hotel in Dyce, Aberdeen

The Dunavon is in the heart of Dyce, Aberdeen. The hotel is only 5 minutes by car from the airport or about 20 minutes into the centre of Aberdeen.

Directions from Aberdeen
Heading out of Aberdeen from Queen’s Road take the 3rd exit onto the A90 and go over several roundabouts until you reach The Haudagain Roundabout where you take the 1st exit onto the A96. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A947. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto A947. At the next roundabout again take the first exit onto the A947. You have arrived on Victoria Street.

Directions from Inverness
As you come from the A96 and you head into Aberdeen, take the A947 signposted Banff. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit signposted Banff and Dyce. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit again onto the A947. You have arrived on Victoria Street.

The nearest station is literally a two-minute walk away.

Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Cycling
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Wildlife Watching
tick Putting Green
tick Climbing

The Dunavon is situated in the heart of Dyce approximately 5 miles outside of Aberdeen city centre. It makes it an ideal base for plenty of activities. 

The Dunavon is the perfect location to access some of the best golf courses in the North East and Scotland. With over 70 courses to choose from in the region, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

5 minutes from The Dunavon is Newmachar Golf Course where you can choose from 2 different courses as well as a fantastic driving range and a short-game practice area.

Trump International is a fabulous example of a Links course. With stunning views and a brand-new clubhouse, this is one of the most prestigious courses in Scotland. Only 20 minutes from The Dunavon.

Royal Aberdeen is world-famous and hosted the Scottish Open in 2014. One of the oldest golf courses in Scotland it was founded in 1780 and is a great test of golf. 15 minutes from The Dunavon

Murcar Golf Club is another fantastic Links course with beautiful views out to sea. This course was established in 1909 and designed by Archie Simpson. It hosted the PGA Paul Lawrie Invitational this year. Only 15 minutes from The Dunavon.

Some of the best fishing in the world is in Aberdeenshire.

The River Don is famous for trout fishing and many of the Beats are only 15 minutes from The Dunavon.

The River Dee is one of the world’s greatest salmon rivers and is about 30 minutes from The Dunavon.

For more information on fishing locally and available Beats with prices for either the River Don or Dee simply logo onto

Grouse shooting and deer stalking are a huge hit in Aberdeenshire where there is a wealth of sporting estates and woodland.

There are several National Trust properties that we would recommend worth visiting. Closest to The Dunavon is Castle Fraser, one of the grandest Scottish baronial towers houses built-in 1575. Other castles worth wandering around in Aberdeenshire include Crathes, Craigievar, Drum and Fyvie

Kildrummy Castle is open from April to October. This 13th-century stone courtyard castle was modelled on the Chateau de Coucy in Lyons, France. Although a ruin, it is well worth a visit with a restaurant and beautiful gardens. The gardens have a unique collection of alpines and shrubs in a landscaped setting, boasting plenty of walks, a children’s play area and plants for sale. 

For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide.

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