Aaron Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

128 Old Dalkeith Road
EH16 4SD

Aaron Lodge, Edinburgh

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Welcome to the Aaron Lodge, Aaron Lodge Guest House Hotel situated on the main tourist routes, A7 and A68 to Edinburgh city centre. Also close by is the Edinburgh City Bypass, the A1 and we are the nearest guest house accommodation to the new Edinburgh Royal Infirmary (ERI) Hospital based at Little France. B&B Guest House Hotel near to Edinburgh City Centre

Recently, Aaron Lodge Guest House Hotel in Edinburgh has been extensively modernised and refurbished, catering also for people with disabilities - there is full wheelchair access throughout the guest house. Our rooms at the guest house hotel comprise of 10 en suite rooms that have been equipped to the highest standards matching any 5 star hotel, including luxury walk in showers, 37\" LCD televisions with Freeview offering 102 channels including Sky Movies TV, Sky Sports 1, 2 & 3 and Setanta Sports TV. There is a telephone and a safe provided in each room as well.

A complementary buffet breakfast is served every morning in our tastefully decorated dining room, and complementary tea and coffee is served throughout the day in the restaurant conservatory. There is ample free car parking for residents only. There is no need to take the car to Edinburgh city centre as there is an excellent local transport system.

Buses into Edinburgh city centre stop directly outside the guest house. The guest house hotel has its own Carvery Restaurant, run by our Executive Chef and friendly catering team. The restaurant offers excellent service while providing quality fresh foods, leaving each restaurant visitor with a delightful and memorable experience.

There is also a resident’s bar which offers a wide selection of beverages to be enjoyed in our large comfortable conservatory. Your hosts Ted and Dot Baigan have vast experience in the accommodation industry, having owned and built the Abbotsford Guest House, the Abbey Lodge Hotel, the Arden Guest House and the Alpha Guest House, our sister guest house. The guest house hotel is ideally situated within minutes of Edinburgh’s most popular tourist attractions such as Edinburgh Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre and of course the renowned Princes Street with its vast array of stylish shops and stores.

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