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The hotel was lovely and the staff extremely pleasant and helpful. The room was spotless. I really enjoyed my stay and would definitely return and recommend the Hotel to my family and friends.
This was a good choice after spending time in Edinburgh and before a morning flight. The room was comfy and clean, bathroom was also clean, no hair conditioner (which was a shame). It was a relief to find such a nice, reasonably priced restaurant on site. Our food was very good.
great hotel with lots of parking good location staff were very helpfull would definately recommend
thoroughly enjoyed this hotel, found room very clean and comfortable and breakfast was of very good standard. liked the mix of buffet and cooked items.
The Hotel was 15 mins from the Castle and some of Fringe events. Good Bus service to event areas so Ideal place. Room was comfortable although small size. Breakfast was filling and tasty. The staff were helpful and polite.Suitably priced for the time of year
We stayed for two nights and found the Channing to be adequate for our needs. The room was big and easily accommodated a third person. The cafe was a little disappointing as the food was average. The downside of this was that the hotel is not close to any pubs or restaurants.
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