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The Beverley
40 Murrayfield Avenue
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH12 6AY | View map
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Judy and Hutch welcome you to The Beverley guest house in Edinburgh! Since taking over The Beverley in 1998, Judy and Hutch have refurbished all the rooms to get everything just right. No two rooms are the same. Situated in a quiet tree-lined avenue only minutes from Edinburgh's historic city centre, their Victorian terraced house offers the epitome of family run bed and breakfast accommodation in Scotland. The Beverley Hotel has eight rooms all tastefully decorated with their own private bathrooms, flat screen TV/DVD player with freeview, radio/alarm clock.,hair dryers and tea/coffee making facilities. Whether you are visiting Edinburgh on business or on holiday, we think you'll find the Beverley ideal, not only for its excellent location near Murrayfield Stadium and the International Conference Centre, but also for its unrivalled level of personal service. Edinburgh and Scotland offer a variety of attractions to suit all interests. Scotland's capital, Edinburgh, is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and it's ancient castle, historic old town, pubs, restaurants, theatres and many festivals are only a stones throw away from the Beverley Guest House. Murrayfield stadium, the home of Scottish rugby, is literally at the bottom of the avenue and business guests will find Edinburgh's International Conference Centre close on hand as well. The Scottish Highlands are within a few hours drive from the city and the east coast offers an abundance of great Scottish golf courses.

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