We had two nights in the hotel. The building is old with plenty of character including splendid art deco doors. The room was compact and well decorated. The bed was a good size. The bathroom had both a bath and a shower. Everything was clean and tidy and the room service ensured it remained so. The main bar, opposite the breakfast/dining room is being refurbished so the room currently being used as a bar is slightly too small. However there were always plenty of bar staff to prevent long queues. Breakfast of either continental or cooked provided plenty of choice and constant replenishment. The area of the town is being rejuvenated and there are plenty of bars and eateries although is quiet and relaxed. All in all a very pleasant experience.
Traveller from Lincoln
Located in Leith, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre and Royal Yacht Britannia …More
We were meant to stay at the hotel back in December but could make it up due to flooding in Carlisle.We rearranged to last weekend 23/24th January and we had a fantastic time. The hotel is absolutely gorgeous lovely high ceilings and really nicely decorated with a boutique feel. We stayed in room 3 right on the top floor, lovely clean bathroom and bed was really comfy it's the first time I've slept right the way through in months- but that may of been due to the alcohol! There must be a boiler or something just outside the room because in the morning kept making noises as I assume other guests were in and out of the shower. But as we were there for a weekend we were getting up early to get out and sight see was no issue to us. You could not fault the breakfast service as soon as we reached the bottom of the stairs we were greeted and seated, so much choice on the menu that even me a fussy eater was spoilt for choice. It's the little touches at the hotel that make it so nice to stay in the "honesty bar" is a lovely feature and the really friendly staff. It's a short walk from the centre of town where all the shops are roughly 20 mins and there's bars restaurants about 10 mins away open until 2/3 am so again your spoilt for choice. I would highly recommend and definitely be back!
Traveller from Manchester
Located in Leith, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of Easter Road Stadium and Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre. Scottish …More
Very comfortable and clean although could have done with sheets change atleast once during our 4 days stay. Facilities are great and staff is very friendly. Little far from town but easy access to local transport.
Located in Leith, this luxury apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Holyrood Abbey, Palace of Holyroodhouse, and Edinburgh …More
I was in Edinburgh for the Edinburgh Marathon Festival and I thoroughly enjoyed the weekend. The only thing I would say is ask where the bus stop is, as it's just down the road, but I failed to ask and ended up in taxis all weekend until the last day.
Located in Leith, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, Royal Yacht Britannia, and Easter …More
Fraoche House had everything we wanted: An accommodating and friendly host, a good breakfast, and a comfortable room. Also, it's removed from the hustle bustle of the city centre but with easy access to it. We will definitely stay here again if we ever return to Edinburgh.
Traveller from Perth, Australia
Located in Leith, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of Omni Centre Edinburgh, Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, and Palace of …More
Once a seaport town, Leith was incorporated into Edinburgh in 1920 amidst controversy and maintains its own identity. Leith Walk connects the city with its primary port where the Water of Leith feeds into the Firth of Forth. Visitors can tour the Britannia, which for 44 years was the Royal Family’s private yacht. Golfers may want to stop at Leith Links where the rules of the game were devised in 1744.