Briggend Guest House Edinburgh - The house has ample off-street private car parking.
A traditional Edinburgh house lying within walkirk distance City Centre, and 5 minutes drive from the Edinburgh City By-pass. Briggend has been tastefully extended and refurbished for the new millennium, offering quality, en suite, bed and breakfast accommodation on ground floor level to visitors touring the City of Edinburgh.
The City has an almost unlimited range of cosmopolitan restaurants, hotels and bars providing a wide range of cuisine to suit all tastes and pockets, some of which are within easy walking distance.
In addition to an intimate dining room providing hearty Scottish breakfasts, there are 4 guest rooms, 2 double, 1 twin and 1 family, all attractively furnished and fully equipped with en suite facilities, coulour cable television with 80 channels, and tea/coffee hospitality tray.
Lying on a major bus route, within a short walk of Camron Toll shopping centre within walking distance of Edinburghs Royal Infirmary, Briggend is ideally placed to use Edinburghs excellent public transport to travel to all of the Citys major attractions.
Edinburgh, Capital of Scotland and home to the Annual International Festival, is one of the worlds most beautiful cities, with its magnificent setting around the extinct volcano of Arthur's Seat, its famous Castle, and its wealth of architecural heritage from the late Mediaeval 'Old Town' to the Classical 'New Town' of the Georgian era. In recent years, Edinburgh has gained a number of new visitor attractions, including the new Museum of Scotland, the exciting 'Dynamic Earth', the new Scottish Parliament and the Royal Yacht Britannia docked at Leith.
Ratifying Edinburgh's internation reputation is the recent acquisition of the title 'World Heritage Site': the Site, stretching from Holyrood Palace in the east to a little west of Dean Village, encompasses all of the Old and New Towns together with the majority of the major tourist attractions, including the Royal Mile, for which the City has become justly famous. Shopping on Princes Street and the surrounding areas is a pleasure, with new stores enhancing the City's reputation around Scotland.
Other sightseeing possibilities include Dynamic Earth for both children and adults, Portobello and its waterfront, Cameron Toll for a shopping spree or the Liberton Gold Course and the Braidhills public Golf range for the visitor interested in golfing activities. Also, the Commonwealth Swimming Pool is very nearby, for visitors who wish to unwind and exercise. Arden Guest House is also close by 2 pubs for evening drinks and fun. The bus stop is directly outside the Guest House and major bus routes are on our doorstep. The short and direct route into the centre of town makes the taxi ride all the more worthwile.
Briggend Guest House - Edinburgh - City of Edinburgh