We had a great stay. The staff we very friendly and helpful, the room was lovely, the food was good, and it was very peaceful. It's a £10 cab ride to get anywhere though, so keep that in mind if that kind of thing bothers you and you're not driving (they always came quickly though).
Built in 1687 as the grand baroque home of Edinburgh's Lord Provost, Prestonfield House Hotel is now converted into a luxury …More
Comfortable B&B, fee Wi-Fi, lovely staff, and on a bus route into the city.
Would be a nice touch to have a wee biscuit along with the tea coffee in the room.
Three floors to the majority of the rooms, approx. 23 steps to each, so not for the unfit!
I stayed here 2 nights on business. It has a good location 15-20 mins walk to south of city centre just off A7 Dalkeith Rd. I managed to park outside both nights. The single room was small but clean, comfortable and had free WiFi. Only problem was a shared bathroom which meant going out into corridor wrapped in a towel and there was no hot water on second day. I am not sure if the other rooms are en-suite. Breakfast area was quite small and could get busy. Breakfast was choice of eggs with toast, plus cereal, fruit, yoghurts, juice, tea & coffee. The owner and staff were always very friendly.
All-in-all I was happy with my stay and would stay here again.
We had a wonderful experience. The location is about a 25 minute walk to the city center from the B&B or you can take the city bus which there is a stop right outside the B&B. The bus is £4 for all day or £1.50 per trip. The room and bathroom were both spacious and clean. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Our only complaint is the noise that we had from the kitchen / dining room. Our room was right below the kitchen / dining room, and the only time it was an issue for us was in the morning. I believe that our room was the only one located under that area. Besides that little issue we were completely happy with our stay and if we ever go back to Endinburgh, we will definitely stay there again. Thank you for a wonderful stay. xo
Located just a short distance from the city centre of Edinburgh and close to the main attractions, the Kildonan Lodge …More
This suburb on the outskirts of the city center is a popular area for students and is home to some of Edinburgh's liveliest bars. The area offers fantastic views of Arthur's Seat, Holyrood Park's extinct volcano, and golfers can take in the views from Craigmillar Park Golf Club, which offers incredible vistas down the coast and across the Firth to Fife.
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