Capital Guest House

Guest House in Edinburgh, Lothian

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

7 Mayfield Road
Edinburgh
Lothian
Scotland
EH9 2NG

Capital Guest House, Edinburgh

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Capital guest house is perfectly located with excellent public transport service.5 minutes to city centre and main train station (waverly) by bus or taxi, also within walking distance.we have off street parking and also free parking in side streets within 4 minute walk.with warm friendly welcom we ensure you very comfortable stay.

 3 star rating

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