Claremont House

A Bed and Breakfast in Edinburgh

Photo - Claremont House

A Large Victorian stone house set in mature, pretty walled gardens makes for a tranquil stay. Only a short walk to the famous Royal Mile. The rooms are luxurious and comfortable. All have superkingsize beds huge baths and power showers. Open fires in an elegant diningroom overlooking the garden. Our breakfast includes fresh squeezed juice, fruits, pastries, creamy porridge, yoghurt, kippers and full cooked Scottish Breakfast. Afterwards if you wish to walk off breakfast Edinburgh Castle is only 20 minutes on foot. Venture through the meadows and catch a glimpse of Arthur Seat to the right. A bus leaves every 10 minutes to Princes Street from door to door. Return for some complimentary refreshments. Relax in your room and enjoy the views of Blackford Hills. Free WiFI. Tennis, hillwalking, golf, fishing and horse riding all within easy reach.

Claremont House

Guest Facilities

  • 1 x Double/Twin
  • 1 x Double
  • Full Cooked Breakfast
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Sitting Room
  • Garden
  • Housekeeper
  • Luggage Storage
  • Guests get own house keys
  • Wifi
  • Hot Tub
  • King Size Room
  • Private Secluded Garden
  • Own Private Lounge
  • Free Parking
  • Check-in between: 09:00h and 23:00h.
3 South Lauder Road
Edinburgh
EH9 2LL
T 07885 411209

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The Rooms

  • Photo - Family Room
    Family Room
    Type: Double/Twin
    Capacity: 2 adults 2 children2 infants
    Bathroom: Ensuite Bath
    In Room: A King-size double or twin bedded room with en-suite bathroom and room for 2 children in sofa beds
  • Photo - Double Room
    Double Room
    Type: Double
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite Bath
    In Room: A Double room with super kingsize beds and ensuite bathroom

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The Private House Stay's Guide

Edinburgh

Edinburgh city is located on the Southern shore of the Firth of Forth with an historic central area, the unique feature of the mini-mountain of Arthur's seat in the middle and then some of the more disasterous post-war house estates in the suburbs. Although the centre of Edinburgh is only a mile and a half from the shore-line, it is the dramatic atmosphere of the Castle that dominates the city rather than the influence of the sea although the suburb of Leith is recommended for its bohemian mix of independent restaurants and pleasant dock-side areas.