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Ardbrae House
85 Drum Brae South
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH12 8TD | View map

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Ardbrae is a lovely; homely and warm family-run B&B. The proprietors Jason & Julia are both native Scots. We provide comfortable rooms which are all en-suite. There is complimentary tea; coffee; Scottish shortbread biscuits and Scottish bottled water in the rooms; and also an alarm clock; a hairdryer; a colour TV with Freeview and wireless internet connection. A substantial Scottish cooked breakfast or continental style breakfast is included in the tariff.Attractions: Edinburgh Castle is a majestic landmark which dominates the capital city's skyline just as it has dominated Scotland's long and colourful history. Edinburgh Castle is the best known and most visited of our historic buildings; but there is such a wide variety of things to see and do: art; culture; food; history; entertainment and sport; that everyone will find something they will love. br />Location: Ardbrae House is easy to find; situated in the lovely district of Corstorphine to the west of the city. With an excellent transport network available on our doorstep; you can leave your car in our private off-road parking and take a short bus or taxi ride to the city centre.Please Note: wireless internet access available; private guest parking available; check-in time: 16:00 Check-out time: 10:00. (These times can vary ONLY with prior agreement).

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