Guest House in Edinburgh Scotland
Melville Guest House Edinburgh Scotland Victorian Guesthouse Lodgings Accommodations
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Host: Mel Jerome
Address: 2 Duddingston Crescent (Milton Road), Edinburgh, EH15 3AS Scotland
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Telephone: +44 (0)131 669 7856,
Fax: +44 (0)131 669 1396
Activities/Attractions: Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in the world. Many come to enjoy:
... and much more.
Walk across the road and play golf at the public nine-hole course; drive less than ten minutes and enjoy the Queen's Park, Holyrood Palace and The Royal Mile; drive or bus to Portobello and enjoy the Promenade or to Leith Waterfront where the Royal Yacht Britannia has made her home.
Close to the city by-pass and on the A1 means easy access to and from the Scottish Borders, the North, the East and the West. Typical sight-seeing journeys might include:
Click here for an Edinburgh "to do" list.
General Information: Melville Guest House is one of a dozen Victorian houses, known locally as The Twelve Apostles, facing Duddingston Park in Edinburgh, Scotland. As you approach along the A1 you will have a spectacular view of Arthur's Seat, a magnificent extinct volcano rising up from Edinburgh city.
Leave your car on site or in nearby quiet avenues and take a few minutes' bus journey into the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland's beautiful capital city. We offer a variety of Guest rooms: Family, Single, Twin and Double.
All our rooms are regularly refurbished and offer comfortable, attractive accommodation, including modern facilities on the ground floor for disabled guests. All rooms offer:
Breakfast is served in our Dining Room, "The Crock And Spurtle". We have a PC with a printer attached and cable internet access available for the use of our guests from breakfast time till 11 p.m. every day.
Payment Accepted: Cash, UK cheques with a cheque guarantee card, Travellers' Cheques, VISA, MasterCard and Switch.
Rates: (Prices quoted in UK Pounds)
Prices include a full breakfast.
A minimum stay of two nights applies at weekends and three nights during peak periods.