Accommodation in Edinburgh, Lothian
Part of the Lothian Travel Guide on Britain Express, highlighting attractions, heritage, and tourism information.
Highfield Guest House
Bed and Breakfast in Edinburgh, Lothian
83 Mayfield Road
Accommodation Description:From: £45.00
Maggie and Gordon welcome you to their elegant Victorian family home, only a 10 minute bus journey from all the main attractions the beautiful city of Edinburgh has to offer. We are also well positioned for visitors to the University of Edinburgh, King's Buildings and Appleton Tower. The Highfield retains it's original character features and combined with modern comforts will make your stay both enjoyable and memorable.
We offer a breakfast cooked to order, with a variety of options..
Guest rooms are equipped with flat screen TV, radio alarm clock, hairdryer, hospitality tray, toiletries and free WiFi. We are close enough to all of Edinburgh's attractions without having the inconvenience of not being able to park - our residential area has free on street parking. Also there are frequent and inexpensive bus services to all areas of the city
Our 4 star accommodation is completely non-smoking. If you require assistance in getting around Edinburgh to make the most of all this beautiful capital city has to offer or ideas on where to go to eat & drink. Maggie and her family will be only too happy to assist you.
Accommodation Rating: 4 (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Craigmillar Castle - 1.1 miles (Castle)
St Giles Cathedral - 1.5 miles (Cathedral)
Holyrood Abbey - 1.6 miles (Abbey)
Palace of Holyrood House - 1.6 miles (Historic House)
Edinburgh Castle - 1.6 miles (Castle)
Calton Hill Folly Group - 1.8 miles (Garden)
Georgian House - 2 miles (Historic House)
St Triduana's Chapel - 2.1 miles (Historic Church)
Royal Botanic Garden - 2.8 miles (Garden)
Trinity House Maritime Museum - 2.9 miles (Museum)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Lower Largo - 21.5 miles away
Elie - 22.7 miles away
St Monans - 24.9 miles away
Pittenweem - 26.1 miles away
Anstruther - 27.2 miles away
Cellardyke - 27.7 miles away
Kilrenny - 28.3 miles away
Crail - 31.2 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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