Edinburgh Bed and Breakfast
Bed and breakfast accommodation
in a family home in central Edinburgh.
7 Gloucester Place
7 Gloucester Place, is part of residential Georgian Edinburgh dating from the early 1800's, and is just 5 minutes walk from Princes Street - a walk amongst some of Edinburgh's finest Classical architecture.
Naomi Jennings's home is on the bright top two floors (known in Edinburgh as a double upper), reached by broad flights of pen-checked stairs under the dome of a painted cupola (right). She welcomes guests to stay for bed and breakfast, offering three bedrooms. Two have views to the Georgian façade opposite and the third has views over private gardens behind. The double bedrooms are large and comfortable, furnished with antiques, armchairs, televisions and the usual coffee and tea making facilities.
Naomi speaks some French and Italian, and would greatly appreciate any guest who can pull a tune out of the Bechstein grand piano in the drawing room...
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Breakfast, served in the Dining Room, can be a full cooked Scottish breakfast or a lighter Continental one - or anything in between according to what you would like.
No smoking at Number 7 please.
Wi-Fi broadband access for your laptop.
Double with bathroom en suite: £50 per person per night based on two people sharing, and including breakfast. (£75 single occupancy).
Double bedroom with 1930's classic bathroom next door: £45 per person per night based on two people sharing, and including breakfast. (£75 single occupancy).
Smallest bedroom (4'6" bed and shower-room one flight downstairs): £40 per person per night based on two people sharing, and including breakfast. (£50 single occupancy).
Note: £10 extra per room per night during the Festival.
To enquire or to book:
Naomi speaks some French and Italian.
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