Lantern Guest House

Guest House in Edinburgh, Lothian

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Lantern Guest House, Edinburgh

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Accommodation Description:

At the Lantern Guest House we aim to provide clean, comfortable and above all, affordable rooms, in a central location. Situated in the City Centre we compromise of two double rooms, a twin room and triple room situated in the Lantern House, itself. In Windsor House, our sister guest house, located at 23 Windsor Street, we offer an additional double Room, twin room and triple room.

Depending on availability a booking can either be placed in the Lantern House or at Windsor House. Our rooms are simplistically yet tastefully furnished offering the optimum in comfort and relaxation.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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