Hotel Edinburgh House (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:Address: 90-92 Pilrig Street / Edinburgh / Midlothian / EH6 5AY / Tel: 0131 553 3634
Newest Review: ... find. It's on Pilrig Street which is just off Leith Walk, about halfway down and on the left hand-side as you come from the city centre. Although there's a steady stream of cars using this street, it's relatively quiet compared to Leith Walk. The hotel is actually two houses knocked into one and it occupies a large corner plot with a well tended and nicely planted front garden and a small ... more
Customer Hotel Edinburgh House (Edinburgh) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Aah, Edinburgh during the Festival: a whole month of culture, entertaining street artists, a cosmopolitan buzz...and overpriced accommodation. Delightful! The brief: a double or twin room for one night, not too far from Hibernian's football ground Easter Road, and not too far from Waverley train station. You'd think it wouldn't be so difficult but Edinburgh rooms get booked up well in advance for this time of year and, of course, the accommodation in the centre goes first. Many bed and breakfast establishments also insist on a minimum stay of three nights during August, and well they might because they know they easily fill those rooms. As we were going to be ... Read the complete review
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