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Edinburgh City Guesthouse
7B West Maitland Street
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH12 5DS | View map

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Edinburgh City Guesthouse offers low price accomodation in a great location. The guesthouse lies in Edinburgh’s prestigious west end surrounded with an array of cafes, bars and restaurants.Only 5 minutes walk away is Edinburgh’s Princes Street, famous for its great shops and views of Edinburgh Castle. It’s also an easy walking distance to famous Royal Mile where you can visit some of Scotland’s best museums and buildings and try one of Edinburgh’s famous ghost walks. You will find Edinburgh Castle resting at the top of the Royal Mile, with spectacular views over the entire city. You can stroll down to the Grassmarket which offers a great selection of cafes and bars. Our rooms contain comfortable beds with modern ensuite bathrooms containing good quality showers, basins and WC’s. Rooms are set-up as doubles however twins can be requested when booking.Each room also has a TV/DVD player. Everything you need to a relaxing time in Edinburgh. For those on business WIFI internet access is available throughout the property

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