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Braveheart Guesthouse
26 Gilmore Place
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH3 9NQ | View map
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Braveheart Guest House offers high quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation to visitors eager to stay in the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland's historic capital city. Located in the vibrant city centre which is full of restaurants, bars, hotels and theatres. Braveheart Guest House is perfect if you are planning to visit the Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace - or the stunning Edinburgh Castle. Braveheart Guest House was built in the eighteenth century. The Guest House has three floors and eight rooms, of which six are en-suite. It has a spacious dining room where breakfast is served in the morning Braveheart Guest House operates to 2* standards offering clean comfortable accommodation at a reasonable rate. Most rooms have ensuite shower and toilet facilities, digital TV with freeview, courtesy trays, hairdryer and ironing boards on requiest. Wifi access is available at no charge. Braveheart Guest House is open all year. We are classed as a City Centre Guest House and in easy walking distance to most places of interest. Limited parking facilities are available - Whether on holiday, business, or just wanting a break in the splendour of Scotland's Capital BRAVEHEART GUEST HOUSE is here to WELCOME YOU and make sure your stay is a pleasant holiday.

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