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Halcyon Hotel
8 Royal Terrace
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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The Halcyon House has fourteen bedrooms, 12 with en suite with tea/coffee, radio/intercom, central heating and a very large lounge with television and use of our very pleasant gardens. Special Diets are catered for on prior request. Children are welcome. special rates are available for them up to the age of twelve years, after twelve they shall be classed as an adult.. Pets are welcome, they must be house trained, have their own blanket to lie on, not allowed on the room furniture. Must not be left unattended in the room, for a long period of time. Not allowed inside the breakfast room. We are a short walk from the Playhouse Theatre and The Omni Centre which includes a multi screen cinema and many restaurants are all within easy walking distance. Why Stay With Us........ Price is very important, however please consider these 11 reasons to stay with us and make you stay in Edinburgh FANTASTIC! Freshly cooked breakfast, using local ingredients from local area Award winning chef Beautiful gardens to enjoy Abundant on street parking Royal terrace is Europe's oldest, most beautiful Georgian terrace City Centre is is 10 minutes walk: Theatre, Cafe culture Shops Restaurants Vibrant night life WIFI & Meeting room Personal Service Comfortable, quiet and relaxing Friendly, welcoming and fun family run Hotel PLUS a rather nice Italian restaurant that will give you a FREE bottle of wine.

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