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All reviewsporridgedecanter of sherryb bowner jackiecity centreoverlooking the gardenleith walkbreakfast was deliciousset us up for the daybeautiful roomlittle toucheswonderful hostsscottish breakfastfull scottisha lovely staybed and breakfasthome from home
We came upon this charming Guest House quite by accident when trying to book accommodation in Edinburgh for the festival. This is my first review on trip advisor inspired by the delightful stay we had in Ben Cruachan. We felt extremely comfortable and were made...More
I was in Edinburgh on a business trip and had plenty of time to plan, much to my luck. A friend advised me to check out Ben Cruachan and I was glad they did. By the sounds of things it books up quite quickly, so...More
Ben Cruachan is a very nice B&B in a nice part of Edinburgh. It's not right in the middle of the old part of town, which means it's a bit quieter, but there's still many restaurants and shops right outside the doorstep in Leith. Jackie...More
Ben Cruachan is a perfect escape from the hustle & bustle of Edinburgh in the Summer months. We were incredibly lucky with the weather & so had a chance to enjoy the charming patio & beautiful garden. Our room was spotless & the bathroom had...More
Ben Cruachan is a lovely B&B situated a little away from the tourist hustle & bustle of the Old Town. We liked the location midway between the city centre and the Leith Docks district - which still has lots of character and some great local...More
Response from jackie h | Property representative |
We have no parking at the guest house as it is in the city but my guests usually find parking in one of the small streets opposite. There is a parking area that is £4 per day. Also from Friday 6.30 pm until 8.30... More
We have no parking at the guest house as it is in the city but my guests usually find parking in one of the small streets opposite. There is a parking area that is £4 per day. Also from Friday 6.30 pm until 8.30 am Monday all permit parking bays are free and open to visitors.
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