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Victorian Town House
14 Eglinton Crescent
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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'Situated in Edinburgh's historical World Heritage Site, 14 Eglinton Crescent is a handsome Victorian townhouse, built in the 1870s on a classic shaped crescent complete with its own private gardens. Once the home of David Stevenson,one of the remarkable family of lighthouse engineers and cousin to the famous Robert Louis Stevenson, 14 Eglinton Crescent is owned and run by Aileen Reeves. The property is only several minutes walk from Princes Street; Edinburgh International Conference Centre; The Gallery of Modern Art and Murrayfield Stadium.

The Victorian Town House offers comfortable amd spacious accomodation in a tranquil setting, yet only minutes from Edinburgh city centre.

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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: From £60
Twin: From £60
Single: From £40
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Facilities

Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - From 12 years
Special Diets Catered For -Vegetarian
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Whole house
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
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