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The Guest Room Bed and Breakfast is right in the centre of Edinburgh's historic New Town of Edinburgh. Easy access to Waverley train station, the bus station and the tram. Although we are right in the centre you will find our location a peaceful and quiet place to come back to at the...
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This was already our fourth stay at the family-run Guest Room and it truly felt like our home away from home. Be sure that a very warm welcome awaits you from the hosting family including their lovely dog. The upper bedroom is spacious, furnished and...More
My husband and I have just returned from a 4 night break in The Guest Room and we have to say that it's the nicest guest room we have ever stayed in.
Large room, beautiful furnishings, very clean, hosts were extremely friendly, breakfasts amazing and...More
We’ve just been lucky enough to spend two nights at The Guest Room with Katrina and Fergus and are sad to be leaving. We received such a warm welcome from them it really felt like staying with friends. They were so helpful and friendly from...More
The Guest Room is a great little B&B in a great location, particularly for fans of the 44 Scotland Street books. I saw so many street names that I instantly recognised even though I had never been there before. Our room had its own private...More
We spent our first and last day in Scotland in Edinburgh at The Guest Room. The owners Katrina and Fergus are great! They listened to our adventures and laughed with us at our misadventures! Their boys were both friendly and polite to the strangers in...More
The Guest Room Bed and Breakfast is right in the centre of Edinburgh's historic New Town of Edinburgh. Easy access to Waverley train station, the bus station and the tram. Although we are right in the centre you ...Morewill find our location a peaceful and quiet place to come back to at the end of your day. We have a few award winning pubs just 2 minutes walk away as well as restaurants, shops, and cafes. The portrait gallery is just around the corner as is the privately owned galleries and antique shops that can be found on Dundas Street. Drummond place gardens are directly opposite us. The Courtyard Guest Room has its own private entrance, and is nestled at the end of a pretty courtyard, offering quiet and comfortable accommodation with en-suite facilities and a super kingsize bed/twin. The Guest Room overlooking the Courtyard is a spacious and airy double bedroom found at the end of your own private hallway, with private shower room. The large double sofa is the ideal place to relax with a cup of tea after a busy day exploring the city. An extra bed can be put in to the room if need be. The rooms have TV/DVD, radio, tea/coffee making facilities, homemade baking, FREE WIFI Breakfast is delivered to your room at a time that suits you. We offer tea/coffee/hot chocolate, freshly squeezed orange juice, muesli, granola or porridge, greek style organic yoghurt, fresh berries, croissants, homemade toast. A cooked breakfast is also available if preferred. We are flexible with our check-in time and are happy to look after bags once you have checked out if you are not travelling until later on in the day. We look forward to welcoming you here! Less
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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.
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Hi Debby, thanks for your enquiry. We don't have parking during the day but we do offer our guests a free service whereby we take them to a parking place 5 minutes away where you can park for free and is safe. We then take... More
Hi Debby, thanks for your enquiry. We don't have parking during the day but we do offer our guests a free service whereby we take them to a parking place 5 minutes away where you can park for free and is safe. We then take you back to pick your car up. It works well! Hope that has put your mind at rest. Do let me know if you would like to book one of our rooms or if we can help with any further information. Kind Regards, Katrina, The Guest Room, Edinburgh