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Glenalmond House
25 Mayfield Gardens
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH9 2BX | View map

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In an ideal location to explore the spectacular historic city of Edinburgh and the surrounding area, Glenalmond House Edinburgh offers bed and breakfast accommodation in a beautiful, detached Victorian house, with many original features. Glenalmond House is situated is a delightful part of Edinburgh, just over a mile from the main tourist attractions, such as Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile. Getting to Edinburgh city centre is easy - you can walk or take one of the local buses which run to the city centre, and all the main visitor attractions, every few minutes throughout the day.

What else does Glenalmond House offer?:

4-star rating from the Scottish Tourist Board FREE private residents car park All rooms en-suite Single, double, twin, triple and quadruple rooms available Ground floor rooms available Large deluxe rooms with queen-size 4-poster or Rococco bed, seating area and fridge in the room Extensive breakfast menu including traditional Scottish breakfast and many vegetarian options Easy access to main tourist attractions in and around Edinburgh via cheap and frequent local buses. Non-smoking .


Ratings/Awards: 4-star rating from the Scottish Tourist Board
Number of Rooms: 10
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