A Bed and Breakfast in Edinburgh City Centre
Doris and Ed welcome you to their home in Liberton in the south side of Edinburgh. We offer one double bedroom with adjacent private bathroom and shower at their new location on the South side of Edinburgh, approx 4 km from the city centre (15 minutes by bus). They are also close to the A720 city bypass and Edinburgh airport and University Kings Buildings. They offer to collect their guests from Waverley station and from the shuttle bus service from the airport,( Waverley Bridge) by arrangement.
The Bedroom has a quality king-sized bed by John Lewis with 12000 Angora Pocket Sprung mattress.
The room has TV, wifi, tea/coffee, hairdryer, and adjacent private bathroom with shower, and overlooks their private garden.
A full Scottish cooked breakfast is served using quality ingredients, with continental, or vegetarian options available on request While waiting for breakfast, coffee can be served on the patio
The property offers off-street parking but they recommend leaving your car and taking the frequent No.31 bus service from outside their door in to the city centre. The 31 bus travels to the city centre passing close to the Royal Commonwealth swimming pool, Holyrood park, on to Princes street, then continuous west to Murrayfield rugby stadium, and Edinburgh Zoo
- 1 x Double
- Full Cooked Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Sitting Room
- Parking on site
- Luggage Storage
- Guests get own house keys
- King Size Room
- Private Secluded Garden
- No Pets allowed
- Free Parking
- Check-in between: 09:00h and 23:00h.
T 0131 258 5784 Visit website
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Private Bath In Room: A large bright doube/king size room, with adjacent bathroom/shower
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The Private House Stay's Guide
Edinburgh City Centre
The Old Town of Edinburgh is built on a ridge that rises gradually from the Palace of Holyrood to Edinburgh Castle. There are staircase lanes, called Wynds, that lead off this 'Royal Mile' that give the impression of the city being built on multiple levels and buildings that date from the 11th Century. The New Town is also a World Heritage Site with its mix of Georgian town houses and the earliest examples in Europe of tenement flats. The views to be had from the Castle, Arthur's Seat and Calton Hill are dramatic and inspiring.