Pillars House Bed & Breakfast
At Pillars House we provide comfortable and affordable accommodation intro Victorian property has great character and is an ideal place to stay in Edinburgh.
The Bed and Breakfast owner Edna McCombs provides a very welcome stay for all types of parties. The accommodation is affordable and close the city centre. If you are a large party or have special requirements
All our rooms are ensuite and are tastefully decorated to a high standard with Antique pine furniture and with flat screen digital free view T.V. s some with D.V.D. There have personal security safes, hairdryers, radio alarms, fridges for your personal refreshments etc, complimentary tea & coffee, wine & bottle openers.
Our rooms are fully central heated in the winter and have fans for the hot summer nights. We have a variety of rooms doubles, twins, triples and family.
All are welcome Group parties Tourists Children and Contractors
From Edinbrugh airport you can get a number 35, which takes, around 1Hour & 20 mins to get to us as it travels through quite a lot of Edinburgh. The Airport city bus number 100 Will take you to the city centre in 20 mins then a number 16 to our street in 10 mins.
A Taxi from the Airport will bring you here in 20 mins depending on Traffic and will cost around £20.
From Waverley station a number 16 or a Taxi, which should cost around £5 to £6
In another few years the trams will be here and they will bring you from the Airport and from the station just yards from our door.
If you require private parking please fill out the box in the conformation form when booking and we will try our hardest to keep a space for you as there is only so many spaces.
However most of the time there is plenty of spaces but during the festival etc it can be busy.
Festivals - what Edinburgh does best. The Edinburgh Festival is a generic term used to describe the cultural explosion, which takes place in the city in August each year. It is in fact made up of a variety of festivals and events including the International Festival, The Fringe, Book Festival, Military Tattoo, Jazz Festival and Edinburgh Mela. Later in the year, the city comes alive during the Winter festivals which feature the month-long Edinburgh's Christmas and culminates with the world famous Hogmanay celebrations.
Spring time sees Ceilidh Culture, the Science Festival and the Film Festival providing the entertainment while the Children's Festival starts the summer with playful exuberance. As home to the most vibrant calendar of international festivals and events, you can be sure that there's always something to tempt you during a stay in Edinburgh.
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This page was last updated: 16 August 2013