Brothaigh House - Bed & Breakfast Edinburgh - Brothaigh House is only ten minutes from Edinburgh City Centre on one of the many buses that pass our door.
Brothaigh House is a Victorian town house nestling in the exclusive suburb of Newington on the south side of Edinburgh, just 1.5 miles south of the city centre. We have a small private car park and there is ample, free, unrestricted, side street parking. A ten-minute ride on one of the many buses that pass the door will take you to the heart of Scotland's beautiful capital.
Graham and Carole extend a warm and friendly welcome to their family run guest house. Double, twin and family rooms are available, all en-suite. Each room has colour TV, tea & coffee facilities, radio/alarm clock and hairdryer. A "Welcome to Edinburgh" pack is also provided to assist you with your visit to Scotland's Capital.
A sumptuous Scottish breakfast awaits you each morning in the elegant dining room. Lorne sausage made from prime Aberdeen Angus beef, succulent bacon, "tattie" scones, fresh mushrooms and tomatoes with eggs cooked to your choice are accompanied by plenty of golden toast and a choice of teas and freshly-ground coffee. In addition, the extensive cold buffet offers a choice of cereals, fruit juices, yogurts and fresh fruit.
We would be delighted to arrange day trips and tours to Edinburgh's exciting historic attractions, or to see Scotland's beautiful scenery and castles.
Brothaigh House is only ten minutes from Edinburgh City Centre on one of the many buses that pass our door. Edinburgh has one of the finest bus services in the world so you should not have to wait more than a few minutes for a bus. There are ten different buses that run between Brothaigh House and the city centre. There is a single flat fare, covering any distance, of ?1 per person. Alternatively, ?2.30 will buy you an "All Day Travel Ticket" which you can use on any Lothian Bus anywhere in the city as often as you wish until midnight. It is really excellent value for money. The bus numbers to and from Princes Street are 3, 3a, 7, 8, 29, 31, 37, 37a, 47 & 49. After midnight, the N8, N31 or N37 will take you to and from the city at a cost of ?2 for all night travel.
Edinburgh boasts some of the world's finest attractions including The Castle, Holyrood Palace, Royal Yacht Britannia, Whisky Heritage Centre, The Tartan Weaving Mill, and many more. There's free admission into the many art galleries and museums. As well as having excellent pubs and clubs, Edinburgh has a wealth of fine dining in top class restaurants. Don't forget the wonderful shops in Princes Street and The Royal Mile.
Brothaigh House - Bed & Breakfast - Edinburgh - City of Edinburgh