This is an ideal hotel for location. It is easy to access without having to drive through the city center and handy for escaping to the coast. For those without their own transport, it is accessible by public transport.
It is in a great spot for the many restaurants in the area, with some of Edinburgh's finest a "stone's throw" away..
The staff are friendly and helpful.
We always eat out, so cannot comment of the food!
Traveller from Airdrie
Located in Leith, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre and Royal Yacht Britannia …More
The service from Mirella at the Edinburgh House guest house was fantastic. Mirella did everything she could to ensure we had a great experience. the location is very good with a Tesco 50 metres away and more than a dozen restaurants and pubs within a few hundred metres - offering plenty of dining options. It is only a 15 minute walk into town (or a bus ride is available close by) for access to trains, shopping and bus tours.
Plenty of breakfast options. Mirella is flexible to cater to your desires.
Room size was a little tight as we had lots of luggage (3 suitcases and a couple of travel bags). However a great experience and we would definitely stay here again if back in Edinburgh
Traveller from Melbourne
Located in Leith, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre and Easter Road Stadium. Palace …More
This accommodation is generally comfortable and, with the well-equipped kitchen, makes a good base for a stay in Edinburgh. Maintenance could be better - room had a leaking radiator (fixed quickly) and a broken chair (never fixed) which diminished the experience.
Traveller from yorkshire
Located in Leith, this hostel is within a 15-minute walk of Easter Road Stadium and Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre. Palace of …More
This is an apartment complex, not a hotel. The front desk in one building is only staffed between 8am and 8pm - you are likely staying in a totally different building in the complex. For after hours there is a phone number to ring.
My booking said it included Free Parking but this ended up being find your own spot in the street, not a space provided in the underground carpark - we were not happy about this. Street parking (if you can find it) is not what I would call an amenity!
The apartment itself was nice, with a decent layout including a small kitchen, a dining room and lounge. There was an ensuite off the main bedroom (there was a second bedroom too), as well as a main bathroom too off the hall. You were instructed to wash your dishes and also to put out your rubbish into the basement otherwise you would be charged - this is not the way normal hotel stays work so very worth noting.
We were on the fourth floor and our room had a view out to the water from one of the sides
Traveller from New Zealand
Located in Leith, this apartment is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Newhaven Heritage Museum and within 3 mi (5 km) of Royal Yacht …More
Everything we could want for a holiday stay or longer. Very large two bedroom and two bathroom apt. with full open plan kitchen and dining/living room. very well equipped with a nice welcome package of neccessities to start you off.
Traveller from Toronto
Located in Leith, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Newhaven Heritage Museum and Royal Yacht Britannia. Edinburgh …More
Excellent location close to public transport, laundromat and supermarkets. Room 1 generously proportioned, so could have more useful furniture like a desk/ table close to a powerpoint and larger table for tea/coffee instead of a wardrobe. Breakfast adequate.
Located in Leith, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, Royal Yacht Britannia, and Easter …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.