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All reviewscity centresecure car parkthe main bus routeoriginal featurespeace and quietfrequent busesroom was spacious and cleanthe hotel offersfront of the housebus serviceground floorbus stophotel is situatedgeorgiancastle
Lovely place, comfortable rooms and bathrooms.
Above all Peter is a real gentleman and always ready to help you.
The conservatory where you have breakfast is really lovely. Buses every ten minutes to get to north and south bridge.
I advise you to go!
First time staying here on our weekend trip to Edinburgh. It's an unusual set up as it's two houses next to each other. We stayed in the opposite house from where we checked in and where Breakfast is served, resulting in having to come out...More
We stayed in Edinburgh for 3 nights over New Year. I won't comment on the pricing because everything is at a premium for these nights. We stayed in a family room, we are a couple with an adult daughter. The room was spacious and clean....More
I booked this hotel last minute for Hogmanay , the rates were higher than usual , because of high season. Its a guest house and I didnt expect much facilities and service, but I was surprised how nice this spot was.
The building of the...More
I stayed at the Thrums for 2 nights with my daughter. The twin room we had was warm and clean and the shower was hot, the beds were comfortable . The hotel is in a good location and well served by a frequent bus service....More
Response from MrsGemmaDavies | Reviewed this property |
From my experience when we stayed here, when you check in, you are given the codes to get in the main doors of either the main house or next door so you can pretty much come and go as you please. Just be respectful of their... More
From my experience when we stayed here, when you check in, you are given the codes to get in the main doors of either the main house or next door so you can pretty much come and go as you please. Just be respectful of their guests as it is an old house, so solid heavy doors and creaky floorboards.
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"Windows in our room, at the front were double glazed and this cut down the noise"