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- Aynetree Guest House
- Independent Hotel
- 3 Star B and B
- 12 Duddingston Crescent, Milton Road Duddingston Edinburgh EH15 3AS Scotland
Even though Aynetree Guest House is really close to Holyrood Park, Arthurs Seat, and only a 15 minute bus from the heart of Edinburgh, you'll be pleasantly surprised just how peaceful this friendly, family run guest house is! The good quality rooms here are very reasonably priced when you take into consideration that you get a hearty Scottish breakfast included and there's free parking for up to 6 cars. You'll be able to make the most of Edinburgh if you stay here, so book a room today!
Aynetree Guest House Edinburgh has single, double, twin, triple and quad rooms that have all been decorated and furnished to high standards for your enjoyment. One double has a large private bathroom just outside the room itself, whilst the rest have ensuite shower rooms. Whatever room you stay in it will come equipped with a colour TV, alarm clock radio, hairdryer and coffee/ tea making equipment. Bring your laptop and you can even use the wireless internet access for free from your room!
Alarm Clock Radio / All News Channel / Bath / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Colour Television / Gardens / Hairdryer / Hotel Safe / Interior Room Entrance / Parking / Shampoo / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Toilet / Tour Desk / Tourist Information / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
Edinburgh's Aynetree Guest House is within easy reach of Holyrood Park where you will find Holyrood House, the Queens official residence in Scotland. You can also get to Arthurs Seat with ease where you can get panoramic views of the city from the hill's summit. Hop on a bus from outside your accommodation and you can travel to Princes Street in around 15 minutes where you can shop till you drop, explore the attractions on the Royal Mile and take time out to visit the amazing Edinburgh Castle.
Check out by: 10 am
You will find that Waverley Train Station is the closest to Aynetree Guest House. Once you get here you should walk to Princes Street where you can catch a bus to complete your journey.
If you're travelling from the South or East you should follow the A1 into Edinburgh, heading towards the city centre. When you spot the Big W store on your right you will need to turn left at the traffic lights, still following the A1. You will find Aynetree Guest House on your left hand side on this road.
If you're travelling from the North and West you should drive on the M8, get onto the A720 Southbound and then exit onto the A1 at the Old Craighall Junction, which is signposted city centre. You should follow this road until you see the Big W store on your right. You now need to turn left at the traffic lights, still following the A1. You will see Aynetree Guest House on your left hand side.
From the bus stop outside Marks and Spencer's on Princes Street you should catch the number 44, 44A, 44B or 44C and ask the driver to stop at Bailie Place. Once you get off the bus you will find Aynetree Guest House on the opposite side of the road.
Lovely couple who make you feel very welcome. The room was lovely, very clean and fresh. Breakfast was fab too!
Fantastic staff, location, tasty breakfast, I would stay at the Aynetree Guest House once again when I am in Edinburgh.