My husband and I stayed here for three nights on a visit to Edinburgh for a friend's wedding. The room was a really good size and nicely furnished, with a large and well-appointed bathroom. The building was also lovely. Good breakfast, welcoming and efficient hosts. We lost our front door key at the wedding (not drink-related - I was six months' pregnant!) and had to wake the lady of the house up to get in at 2 in the morning, and she was completely understanding about it. We really couldn't fault the place, and at £80 per night it was good value as well.
It is a 25 minute walk to the main sights, but regular buses go from within 50 metres of the house.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP SINCE 14/10/2016 Ard-Na-Said is a Victorian house which was built in 1875. It is set in attractive gardens in a quiet residential area yet only 1.5 miles to the train station. Being only 100 metres from an excellent bus service that offers a speedy access to the heart of Edinburgh. We are close to Holyrood park and Arthur's seat, Prestonfield Hotel,(Rhubarb Restaurant & Taste of Scotland), Edinburgh University and Pollock Halls of Residence and within a 5 minute walk of Prestonfield Golf Club, The Royal Commonwealth Pool & Gym and local shops and Restaurants. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ard-Na-Said Edinburgh, Scotland