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Regent House Hotel
3 Forth Street
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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A warm welcome awaits you at this attractive 17 room family-run 2* hotel, where the original Georgian style has been fully restored, offering comfortable Bed & Breakfast accommodation in a quiet cobbled street in the heart of Edinburgh. The hotel has 17 rooms in total including 8 family rooms, 7 twin or double rooms and 2 single rooms. All hotel rooms have television with tea and coffee making facilities. A baby cot can be provided upon request - free of charge. We can accommodate groups of up to 45 people at 35 per person per night. Our hotel aims at satisfying even the most demanding requests.

The Regent House Hotel is located in a quiet area of the city centre of Edinburgh, and is very close to most attractions and to an important number of restaurants and cafes. Both the train station at Waverley and the bus station at St Andrew's Square are very close by; for example, when coming from the airport, the airport bus leaves you at Waverley train station, from where Regent House is only 5-10 minutes' walk.

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