Hermitage Guest House Reviews page 3Based on 34 Hotel Reviews
Clean, nice people, good location at bottom of Leith Walk. Nice walk up to town with good pubs and cages on the way. Cheap place to stay after a night out in Auld Reekie.
Very nice, spacious room for 2 people. Great breakfast. Welcoming owners. Highly recommended.
Cooked breakfast was way below expectations with water coming out of fried eggs. Had cereal and toast as this was safer. The rooms had clean sheets but the rooms were not cleaned on a daily basis with dirty cups still there 24 hours later. En suite facilities were poor both in size and content
We found the Hermitage Guest House very reasonable for the price we paid. The rooms were really clean and tidy, the staff were friendly enough and the bathroom facilities were decent. The only minor problem was the distance from the city and Murrayfield. We went up for the Rugby League Magic Weekend and had to keep getting taxis back and to. Plus the breakfast did not cater for veggies. One of our group got a saucer of beans for his meal! Apart from that I would recommend it to anyone and will be back next year
Good, tidy rooms but the heating facility could have been improved.
Clean room and toilet. Cafeteria in good condition. In front of a public garden, with good view. Convenient public transportation. However, breakfast has nothing to do with Scottish. Room was not cleaned even once during our three days' stay.
Hermitage Guest House is an excellent B&B in the Leith Links area - just a short bus ride from the main centre. A clean, efficient, well run outfit, definitely use again in the future. Great value for money.
The staff were nice, the room was cold, and the bath room small, but everything was tidy.
Reasonable B&B. Rooms small but adequate. Tiny en-suite. Breakfast only so so.
I arrived on a wet Sunday after 30 hours travel from Australia. My room was not ready (it was 11.30) with an hour to wait, which was ok, but I would have appreciated the offer of a cup of tea rather than being told that I could try the cafe the other end of the street but it might not be open, or to walk up to the main street (15 mins). This B&B does not have anywhere to sit other than the bedroom allocated so I had to go out into the rain again. Pleasant though the management people were there was no sense of the Scottish hospitality I've previously experienced.