The Beverley

Guest house in Edinburgh, Lothian

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40 Murrayfield Avenue
EH12 6AY

The Beverley, Edinburgh

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Judy and Hutch welcome you to The Beverley guest house in Edinburgh! Situated in a quiet tree-lined avenue only minutes from Edinburgh's historic city centre, their Victorian terraced house offers the epitome of family run bed and breakfast accommodation in Scotland.

The Beverley Hotel has eight rooms all tastefully decorated with their own private bathrooms, TV, hair dryers and tea/coffee making facilities. Whether you are visiting Edinburgh on business or on holiday, we think you'll find the Beverley ideal, not only for its excellent location near Murrayfield Stadium and the International Conference Centre, but also for its unrivalled level of personal service.

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