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B and Bs in Leith

Bonnington Guest House
202 Ferry Rd
Leith
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH6 4NW | View map
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Welcome to the Bonnington Guest House; a gracious; beautiful; listed; 3-storey Townhouse built in 1840 for a Leith sugar merchant. The Bonnington is a Scottish Tourist Board 4 star and AA 4 yellow star [top 10% of 4 stars] family run Guest House offering quality bed and breakfast accommodation. We provide our customers with 7 spacious rooms sleeping from 2 adults in our doubles up to a maximum of 5 in our largest triple/ twin room. View images of the Guest House. Our easy to find location set back from Ferry road [A902] north of the city centre is a short walk from Leith; the Royal Yacht Britannia; Playhouse Theatre and Botanical Gardens.The excellent transport network on our doorstep means you can leave your car in our private off-road car-park and take a short bus or taxi ride to the city centre with ease. offering you loads of places to go shop and visit; before calling it a day; and returning to our lovely accommodation; to relax. Please Note: Non-smoking. No pets permitted on the premises. No Takeaway Food allowed on the premises. All Children are Welcome. (Families and Couples only); ""single sex parties will be refused entry and deposit will not be refunded. Off sreet parking and private parking facilities available. Check-in time: 12:00 Check-out time: 11:00

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