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Thank you Felicitas and John for another delightful stay with you.
This was my third stay and I am sure (hoping) many will follow. I loved my room with a view!
Thank you for your hospitality and making me feel so welcome.
We have a lovely stay in Edinburgh, the Macfies were so helpful and accommodating so that everything was simple (for example arriving early, leaving early in the morning, bringing extra luggage etc). The room was beautiful and there are interesting bits and pieces everywhere you...More
The Stevenson House was a perfect stay while in Edinburgh. Our group loved talking to John, Felix, Barbara and the rest of the crew. The house is eclectic and unique. The breakfast was delicious and prepared from the families garden. We can't wait to come...More
Thank Brian R
Response from StevensonHouse, Owner at The Stevenson HouseResponded 10 September 2017
We had a fantastic time at the Stevenson house. Our bedroom was very comfortable and beautiful. The house is really well located in town (walkable distance from all interesting sights in town). John, our host, was very helpful in providing great recommendations on things to...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.