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The hosts are very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and gave us lots of tips about what to do and where to go. The breakfast was one of the best we'd ever had and the room was very clean and comfortable. We would highly recommend this B&B to anyone.
Enjoyed our overnight stay at Craigielaw. Arrived at approx 9pm and staff were very welcoming. Had an early start in morning and enjoyed an excellent breakfast.
Short taxi ride from Waverley train station. Right across from a bus that takes you downtown Edinburgh, and they do great breakfasts. There is no elevator, so if you have heavy luggage you may have to wrestle it up some narrow staircases, depending on what floor you're on. All in all a decent ...
Lovely apartment, friendly host, perfect position for exploring Edinburgh.
Ian and Gill were outstanding hosts in every respect and excellent ambassadors for Scottish hospitality. Even the labradors made us welcome.
The lady of the house was terrific. Great food and accommodations. Great service. Right on the train line so we didn't have to take the car into Edinburgh. Others could learn a lot from Drem Farmhouse!
This is an attractive B&B with a bus stop across the street for easy access to center of Edinburgh Rowena cheerfully made us feel welcome, even providing first name introductions while serving a delicious breakfast.
With its blend of old world charm and cosmopolitan glamour, Edinburgh is one of the most popular tourist destinations for people around the world. In this bite-sized city, sightseeing, shopping, relaxation and conviviality go hand in hand. Booking a relaxing 4 star hotel in the Scottish capital is perfect for a city break.
Edinburgh has a wealth of visitor attractions, including historic monuments, fantastic shops, pretty parks and plenty of bars to let your hair down in the evenings. Scotland is known for its hospitality and the capital city is full of restaurants and cafes to dine out at, offering fresh Scottish produce and local draughts in a variety of unique settings.
Edinburgh has a plethora of A-list restaurants serving contemporary and traditional Scottish food. For a memorable evening in the New Town, 21212 on Royal Terrace has an award-winning reputation. Situated conveniently next to the Playhouse Theatre, it is a perfect location to catch dinner and a show. Culinary connoisseurs can also sample divine Michelin-starred seafood at Restaurant Martin Wishart in the historic port area of Leith. For superb meals on the Old Town’s Royal Mile, look out for Ondine on George IV Bridge.
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