Staff were very friendly. Though the check in time was 12 pm and we reached at around 8am, Amrit (staff) comfortable kept my luggage. The room given to us was downstairs next to the kitchen was very clean and very satisfactory. Big rooms with ample space to adjust our two big luggage. Kenny (staff) was very friendly as well. We were also allowed to use the kitchen for heating our take away food as well. On our check out day we had a good conversation with the owner lady, she was very friendly as well. On the same night Amrit helped me to carry my big luggage to the near by bus stop as well. Overall I am very pleased with the hotel, staff, and good morning breakfast :)
Traveller from Brisbane
Located in Leith, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Trinity House, Royal Yacht Britannia, and Easter Road Stadium. Palace …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 Trinity House, Royal Yacht Britannia, and Easter Road Stadium …More
Great staff, really helpful, very clean, breakfast really nice, great view of Edinburgh ESP the castle, everything worked fine, parked the car there for the weekend and travelled to and from Edinburgh by bus which takes you right to the Royal Mile in ten mins (day saver ticket £4 ) lasts all day, had a really enjoyable weekend and would defo stay there again. Another tip, if your doing any ghost tours use groupon half price
Traveller from manchester
Located in Leith, this guesthouse is within 2 mi (3 km) of Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, and Royal Yacht …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.