Bed and Breakfast

Bed and breakfast accommodation
in central Edinburgh in the Georgian New Town.

Broughton Street

16 Broughton Place

"A distinguished terrace indeed..."
Buildings of Scotland, Edinburgh. Pevsner Series.

Broughton Place was built to the design of Hugh Cairncross (who had been an assistant to Robert Adam) in 1807, and Eric Robinson's apartment at Number 16 is on the 2nd floor (access by stairs), on the upper floor of the pedimented centrepiece you can see in the photograph. This is a relaxed, easy going residential neighbourhood with plenty of cafés, bars and small shops and is less than 10 minutes walk from Princes Street.

Eric welcomes guests to stay for bed and breakfast; two bedrooms are available, both quiet and overlooking rear gardens. The walls are covered with prints, drawings and paintings collected over the years, and there is an atmosphere of calm civilisation.

Eric is happy to give advice about what to see and do in Edinburgh, particularly theatre, galleries, museums and interesting walks and itineraries.


Double bedroom

Large Double Bedroom/Sitting room with balcony window.

Private bath/shower a few steps away.

Below right;
Smaller four-poster bedroom. Single or double. Private shower room, a few steps away.

Below left and centre;
The two private bathrooms, one with shower, the other with bath and shower.

Single bedroom bathroom


Breakfast table

A Contintental Breakfast is served at the kitchen table:

Cereals, fruit, yogurt, tea, coffee, toast, croissants, etc.


There is a minimum 2 night stay and prices, per night, include breakfast:
Mid-July to mid-September Other times
Large double bedroom/sitting room £85 - £90 £75 - £80
Smaller room as double £70 £65
Smaller room as single £55 £45 - £50

To enquire or to book:

Please note: The address is
16 Broughton PLACE
(not Broughton Street!)

Please tell Eric you found 16 Broughton Place through About Scotland!

Please contact:
Eric Robinson

16 Broughton Place
Edinburgh EH1 3RX
Scotland, UK

Tel: 0131 557 35 87
or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 131 557 35 87

Map of this part of Edinburgh:

Map of the centre of Edinburgh

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