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All reviewsshared bathroomcontinental breakfastbottle bins being emptiedgreat locationrail stationroyal milethird floorprinces streetset us up for the daybars and restaurantstea and coffee making facilitiessingle roomroom was largestayed one nightmain attractionsenjoyed our staydefinitely stay here again
The Edinburgh Central Guest House is just perfect if you want to stay in town and at a decent price.
I stayed 3 nights with a friend and everything was nice - clean room, continental (simple but nice) breakfast included, quiet area, and Morag the...More
Room was spotless the beds were comfortable however as someone who has mobility issue i found the 35 steps to the room with en suite daunting although it was my fault for not making further enquiries about the facilities for persons with disabilities. However Morag...More
We travelled over from Northern Ireland for a family wedding and booked five rooms for all our family to stay two nights. Morag was a wonderful host and nothing was ever a bother to her. The Guesthouse is so close to Princes Street (2 mins...More
I cannot recommend this guest house enough. Myself and a friend booked a room for two nights for a stag party and it was exactly what we needed. The room was very comfortable and right in the heart of Edinburgh. The breakfasts set us up...More
We were greeted by Morag who showed us to our room,having checked in on line. The room was large with a double and a single bed, the bathroom was shared and next door. Breakfast was between 0730-0930 during the week. The B&B is wonderfully located,...More
Suits and shopping bags rule the streets of New Town, until after dark when strappy dresses come out to play. This is the city’s central business district with its smaller offices, clothes boutiques, and many of the city’s flashiest restaurants and ritziest clubs. The architecture along roads like George Street helps give it a swank and formal feel: it’s a planned Georgian development of regal townhouses, geometric
squares, and self-important statues. But it’s also a very wanderable neighbourhood, with a healthy bustle at almost any time of day and fine people-watching in places like St Andrew's Square which fills with picnickers around lunch. You’ll also find a series of cheerful basement bistros on Hanover Street, while dark Rose Street has something of the feel of an undiscovered back alley and is chock-full of characterful pubs and small independent shops.