I stayed in this little gem of a guest house for two nights in May whilst visiting Edinburgh. The hostess is very welcoming and friendly always willing to help with good advice especially for me regarding getting around the city on Public Transport. The No 11 bus stops right outside the door which is very handy if the weather isn't so good. The breakfast and the breakfast room are perfect with the sun streaming through the windows and lots of variety for your breakfast. I enjoyed the 2 very large lightly boiled Happy eggs with wholemeal bread toasted. The room was comfortable, clean and spacious with tea and coffee making facilities available in the room. A nice touch is that on the landing you can help yourself to milk, teabags and coffee should you need extras. I will stay again on my next trip to Edinburgh.
Bangor, Co Down
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a 10-15 minute walk to Princes Street. We offer three things to our guests - enjoyable accommodation, warm and friendly atmosphere and good food and we do it with pleasure. Although our food is vegetarian and vegan, we have had many meat eating guests over the years and most of them have gone home happy! We welcome every kind of people and look forward to welcoming you. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Claymore Vegetarian Guest House Edinburgh, Scotland