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B and Bs in Inverkeithing

The Roods B&B
16 Bannerman Avenue
Inverkeithing
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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The Roods is a beautifully appointed family home with guest accommodation. It is set in extensive secluded gardens yet is only a 1 minute walk to the main taxi rank and the excellent train and bus services to Edinburgh City Centre and Edinburgh Airport, only a 20 minute journey. Guests can enjoy a wealth of home and business comforts including Satellite TV in The Roods bright luxurious lounge. Comfortable seating in attractive surroundings making the lounge the ideal place to relax after a long day of business meetings, sightseeing or a family day out. For vacation guests who are on that special week-end break, or an overnight stay or part of an annual, well deserved break, there is something for everybody. You can travel light, we provide hair-dryers, trouser press, hospitality tray, tv/dvd/freeview, dvd library, radio alarm, iron and iron board all provided in the privacy of your room. In the summer months take your tea/coffee outside and sit on one of the patios listening to the gurgle of our own home made ‘highland burn and waterfall'. Or watch and listen to the many birds we have visit our garden

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