My sister and I stayed for one night on our way through Scotland and we're very impressed with Prestonfield House from the moment our taxi stopped.
The staff were attentive and very helpful. We were booking in late following a tour and the staff ensures our luggage was swiftly taken to our room and our dinner reservation held while we freshened up. We stayed in Room 1, the red room - absolutely magnificent! The heated bathroom floor was an unexpected luxury for us Australians! So was the complimentary bottle of champagne and hand made chocolates waiting for us. The beds were very comfortable and the room quiet.
The surrounding gardens were beautiful. Shame we only could stay one night and not get the full benefit of this premium accommodation.
Traveller from Brisbane
Built in 1687 as the grand baroque home of Edinburgh's Lord Provost, Prestonfield House Hotel is now converted into a luxury …More
Although a mile from the centre, there are plentiful buses to get you too and fro. The hotel is in an elegant Georgian building, with nice gardens and a play area for children. It's a very short walk to the outskirts of Holyrood Park. Our room was of a good size, with nice high ceilings. It was very clean, and there were plentiful supplies of tea, coffee etc. The bathroom had obviously been revamped recently, with a large bath and good shower. Breakfasts were good - could opt for either English or continental, with attentive staff. Reception staff efficient and polite. A lot to like about this hotel, and nothing to fault it on.
Traveller from Lancashire
Surrounded by a magnificently tranquil walled garden, the Salisbury Hotel is a real treasure, tucked away in Edinburgh's …More
Owner made us feel very welcome. Lovely house, and our room was well equipped, spotless, and comfortable. Icing on the cake was that we were visiting our daughter, who is a student at Edinburgh university, and she was welcome to join us for breakfast for free! We will not hesitate to book again. First class.
Stayed here for 2 nights and found it very nice at first glance. However, after being there for a few hours I found a few odd bits had not been cleaned from the previous occupants including a dental floss stick. Also, at first glance it seemed like a good sized room but when it came to its functionality (ie getting ready) it was noticeably cramped. Apart from this all was good
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
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!
The Lauderville Guest House is only about a twenty five minute walk from the centre of Edinburgh. We received a very friendly and warm welcome on arrival. The room and en suite were very clean and comfortable. It was very convenient to have on site parking.
The breakfasts were excellent, with plenty of choice and good food. Wifi was available and we had access to TV, digital radio and some DVDs.
The house was decorated to a very high standard
The Lauderville Guest House in Edinburgh is housed in an elegant Victorian house just a few minutes from the heart of …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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