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Broughton

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Reviews of Broughton Hotel, Edinburgh

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Review by Anonymous on 21st February, 2008

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Good Points: Very clean and tidy room Bad Points: nothing General review: Within easy walking distance of city centre. Good quality food served. Pleasant staff.

Date visited: 2008-02-21

Review by Kathleen on 28th November, 2007

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Good Points: Nice large room. Very quiet and comfortable beds Bad Points: The shower had 2 temperatures Cold and Scalding. Might need some work on the plumbing General review: Other than the shower problems it was an excellent hotel. Very close to Princes Street and restaraunts in the area

Date visited: 2007-11-28

Review by James Baxter on 24th April, 2007

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Great small hotel very freindly people that guy Freddie is a superb host and his partner Fiona could not be more helpfull will be back 4 sure latter this year Many Thanks!

Date visited: 10/4/07

Review by Anne, Tayport on 30th July, 2006

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Good Points: Friendliness, car parking, proximity to city centre. Bad Points: Nothing. General Review: This was our third stay at the Broughton, we find it clean, comfortable, friendly, and convenient. The car park is a real bonus in the middle of the city.

Date visited: 2006-07-30

Review by Christine Strong on 25th August, 2005

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Very small, basic hotel but excellent value for money. Very pleasant owner and excellent breakfast. Near to all city's facilities and free parking.

Date visited: 7/8/05

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