Marchfield Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

1 MARCHFIELD GROVE
Edinburgh
Lothian
Scotland
EH4 5BN

Marchfield Guest House, Edinburgh

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Marchfield Guest House is family run offering a warm welcome to visitors on holiday or business. We are conveiently situated just off the main road North on a bus route into the city centre.We offer a continental breakfast in your room so you can take breakfast at your leisure. We are within walking distance of Murrayfield Rugby Stadium.

 3 star rating

From: £110.00


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