| A delightful bed and breakfast tucked away in a Georgian Edinburgh (1809) basement flat. 400m from the airport tram terminus on York Place.
All the essentials are provided – free wifi, television/radio, hairdryer, tea-tray, books and magazines, garden view and a private bathroom.
Includes a delicious healthy breakfast of home-made granola, yogurt, fruit, artisan toast, tea/coffee, orange juice.
Two streets away from Sherlock Holmes‘ creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s, birthplace.
Although in the heart of the city, it’s super-calm and relaxing.
Situated in Broughton Village which is full of great independent restaurants, cafés, shops and bars.
Fantastically convenient location in Edinburgh’s historic New Town.
Five minutes’ cab ride from Edinburgh Waverley station/airport terminus, and under ten minutes’ walk to Princes Street.
Free parking at weekends and after 5.30pm.
Ici on parle français.|