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All reviewsother guestsgilmore placemorning and eveningcommunal breakfastreligious lifewonderfully warm welcomehome away from homelovely sitting roomwonderful hospitalityfriendly place to stayensuite roomcoffee and hot chocolateboiled eggsfifteen minute walkshared bathroomguest housecity centre
A wonderfully warm welcome on a rainy day with useful tips on local tourist sites.
Very comfortable room, use of sitting room / library and unexpected bonus. Great nights sleep and good healthy breakfast with other friendly guests.
My daughter studied at the University of Edinburgh for the fall semester September through December. My husband & I visited together in November, but I felt I hadn't seen enough!
I had the opportunity to fly solo in early December & went for it.
I cant understand why it happens!! If you want hot shower you need open the water a litte bit, very little water, if you open more the water have cold, Andrew is really friendly and polite, but if this is an hotel in edinburgh when...More
Thank Leandro M
Response from Janet M, Manager at Emmaus House, Edinburgh SCIOResponded 3 January 2018
I'm so sorry you had this experience. We're working on replacing that shower immediately. My apologies again for this and thank you for bringing the problem to our attention.
Just what we were looking for; a comfortable guest house, roomy enough for a 3pax family, and with friendly and helpful hosts. It is also well located (within walking distance of Edinburgh’s main attractions). We enjoyed our stay.
I sensed that this was a religious retreat place but that was fine with me. Good location and good food. Only a 10 min walk from the bottom end of Princess St. When you consider the prices of other hotels in Edinburgh this was very...More
Prevailing winds meant that most cities that grew in industrial Britain had their most desirable neighbourhoods to the west – upwind of factory fumes. Edinburgh was no exception, with its wealthiest citizens settling in its West End and leaving behind grand Georgian townhouses, private gardens and genteel crescents. These backstreets remain as dignified and sleepy as ever, and most of the action here lies along
the district’s busy main roads. Lothian Road connects to southern Edinburgh and harbors a vague entertainment district: three theatres and the city’s main indie cinema. All attract a select crowd, the sort who appreciate the Saturday Edinburgh’s Farmers’ Market around the corner. The West End’s other great thoroughfare, Shandwick Place, is dominated by trams trundling out to the suburbs and airport, and shoppers picking up last-minute items before hopping aboard.
Dear Kayla, I just phoned Bar Napoli and asked them about their facilities and the person I spoke to said that they do have them. If you need more information I recommend you contact them via their Trip Advisor page or... More
Dear Kayla, I just phoned Bar Napoli and asked them about their facilities and the person I spoke to said that they do have them. If you need more information I recommend you contact them via their Trip Advisor page or through their website, best wishes and hope you enjoy your stay in Edinburgh
thank you for your enquiry. we are small guest house, so we have one room (single/or double) on ground floor ensuite and then then we have four rooms on the first floor, single, double / family, one of the singles... More
thank you for your enquiry. we are small guest house, so we have one room (single/or double) on ground floor ensuite and then then we have four rooms on the first floor, single, double / family, one of the singles is not ensuite.
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There are many places to visit around Edinburgh for one day and our guests often just travel independently. Beautiful East Lothian, particularly North Berwick, great beaches to walk on the coast, Dunbar. Down to Crammond and... More
There are many places to visit around Edinburgh for one day and our guests often just travel independently. Beautiful East Lothian, particularly North Berwick, great beaches to walk on the coast, Dunbar. Down to Crammond and over to South Queensferry with some amazing photo opportunites of out bridges.
From South Queensferry and North Berwich there are boat trips out to the islands. Then again Roslin Chapel is easy to get to off Divinci code fame.
Our guests have all enjoyed these wonderful places. If you stay with us, we will spend time helping you to find the right transport there.
If you want to go on day organised tours there are many to our beautfiul highlands and Border country.
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