Cairn Hotel (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:Adresse: 10-18 Windsor Street Edinburgh EH7 5JR
Newest Review: ... it looked like it was a Georgian building, but my knowledge of the history of architecture is woefully poor. It was certainly a period property anyway and the photo accompanying this review doesn't really do the hotel enough justice. The facade looked well-maintained which helped to reassure me as I approached the entrance. The taxi from Waverley Train Station cost me around £4.50 (October ... more
Customer Cairn Hotel (Edinburgh) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/10/08, updated on 10/09/13 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Last weekend, I had the unprecedented luxury of staying overnight in a hotel without my husband and (more importantly) the kids, when I travelled up to Edinburgh to attend a friend's wedding reception. The reception itself was held at the Point Hotel on Bread Street in Edinburgh and I was faced with the dilemma of either staying overnight in that hotel (which was a little out of my slim budget) or putting up with the inconvenience of catching a taxi on my own to a different, cheaper hotel. I ended up booking a single room at the Cairn Hotel through lastminute.com. I paid £44 for a single room for one night. I have to admit that I didn't check whether it ... Read the complete review
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