Hoseasons Mortonhall awarded the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation offers you the best of both worlds from its setting within Edinburgh’s city boundary in a private and secluded 200 Read more [...]
Edinburgh is a coastal city in Scotland and extremely popular for a city break as it has so much to offer the tourist.
Cobbled streets welcome you to this culturally rich city. Here, you can drink in the architecture and art, thrill at the theatre and explore the cities secret places after some fine dining in top class restaurants. This is the home of Scottish rugby and the waters of the Leith.
Edinburgh Castles dominates the Royal Mile of this old town - now city - facing out to the place where public hangings took place when it was known as 'Auld Reekie'. Renown for its University and as Europe's most influential financial capital outside London, the city has been visited by Kings and dubbed the 'Athens of the North' by some.
Travellers enjoy the combination of modern and old in the architecture. The baroque Palace of Holyroodhouse sits alongside the modern Parliament, the Old Town alongside the New. In 1995 both were listed as a World Heritage site to ensure that the architecture of the city is preserved for future generations. Buildings are not all this city is about. The Royal Mile is a huge tourist attraction along with the lanes, kirks, towers, Georgian terraces and hideaways.
The city centre is busy and exciting with wonderful places to shop, historic and cultural attractions, great views, museums, theatre, events like the Book Festival in August, markets, bars, clubs, cafes, restaurants, five star hotels and other, high quality accommodation.
In total contrast to the bustle is the coast. The beaches are practically empty and unspoilt with nature reserves, small fishing villages and resorts hugging the shore. The coastal scenery is beautiful making Edinburgh a very varied and sought after location.
This family-run hotel in Edinburgh offers free Wi-Fi, a 20-metre swimming pool and a gym. Portobello Beach is just 10 minutes’ walk from the building. The railway station is 5 Read more [...]
In Edinburgh’s New Town, Ramsay’s Bed & Breakfast offers superb accommodation with free Wi-Fi. Princes Street and Waverley Railway Station are each just a 10-minute walk from this spacious town Read more [...]
Newly refurbished, The Albany Ballantrae Hotel is located in the heart of Edinburgh, just a 10-minute walk from Princes Street. This 4-star hotel has free Wi-Fi and stylish rooms with Read more [...]
This stylish guest house is 2.4 km from Princes Street, with easy access by bus. It has free Wi-Fi, free parking and modern rooms with digital flat-screen TVs with DVD Read more [...]
Just 700 metres from Haymarket Rail Station, and less than a 15-minute walk from Princes Street’s shops, is the Fountain Court Apartments. An iPod docking station, flat-screen TV and DVD Read more [...]
Offering free WiFi, this Victorian B&B is located 1.5 miles from historic Edinburgh’s centre. Rooms feature en suite bathrooms.
In the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, Castle View Guest House is less than 100 metres from Princes Street. It has lovely views of Edinburgh Castle and offers free Wi-Fi Read more [...]
These serviced apartments are less than a mile from Edinburgh city centre. On-site parking is available and each apartment has free Wi-Fi, a 32-inch flat-screen TV, and a fully equipped Read more [...]
Overlooking private gardens, Channings is a friendly 4-star hotel with free Wi-Fi and a wine bar. Princes Street is a 10-minute walk away. Each elegant room at Channings is individually Read more [...]
This stylish, family-run guest house is close to Edinburgh city centre and has easy access by bus. It has free parking, free Wi-Fi and attractive rooms with Freeview TVs and Read more [...]
Just 0.5 miles from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station, this 4-star modern hotel is owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and offers free Wi-Fi.