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We came here with the family, and stayed in one of the family rooms with the four of us. The room was large, and charming. The fourth bed was a bit short though for our teenagers, an issue that will not bother for families with...More
Stayed at Thrums at the beginning of this month. Were going to a couple of events at Queens Hall and Usher Hall along with a bit of sightseeing. The Minto St location is great. Easy access off the bypass and has off street parking. 10...More
I came there for a weekend with my friend. We stayed there for 2 nights. The lovation is nice. There is a bus stop in 2 min from the hotel. We didn't have a breakfast there, so i cant say anything about it.
You can have a really romantic escape in here, away from the city center..
They offer 2 types of breakfasts, the staff is really helpful and its really well connected
Affordable rooms and peace and quiet of a neighbourhood, birds and squirrels in the garden
I didn't realise how busy Edinburgh was in mid February until we started looking for a place to stay. After seeing several " No vacancy" signs we tried here. The proprietor, Javed, who is a really nice guy, explained they were opening the next day...More
US$104 - US$220 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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From my experience when we stayed here, when you check in, you are given the codes to get in the main doors of either the main house or next door so you can pretty much come and go as you please. Just be respectful of their... More
From my experience when we stayed here, when you check in, you are given the codes to get in the main doors of either the main house or next door so you can pretty much come and go as you please. Just be respectful of their guests as it is an old house, so solid heavy doors and creaky floorboards.