The International Guest House is an attractive Victorian terrace house situated 1.5 miles south of Princes street & located on the main bus route into the City Centre.
The International has earned the unofficial title of Edinburgh'premier guest house,with its delicate blend of warm Scottish hospitality, Victorian elegance and modern comfort.
We offer a tasty full Scottish breakfasts, inclusive in our rates. All bedrooms are beautifully furnished, and in addition to full ensuite facilities they are provided with a tea/coffee hospitality tray.
Housed in a Victorian building yet equipped with everything for the 21st Century traveller, The International Guest House will not disappoint even the most discerning guests. 'In Britain' magazine has rated The International Guest House as their 'find' in all Edinburgh. Private parking.
Room has a view over Arthur's Seat and is suitable for guests with limited mobility.
Please Note: 48 hrs cancellation policy, check out 10am, latest check in time 11pm. Full Scottish breakfast inclusive. CC accepted excluding American Express.
48 hrs cancellation policy, check out 10am, maximum check in time 11pm. Full Scottish breakfast inclusive.
Important information Please state your estimated time of arrival at time of booking.
An additional cost of 5% will be added to all payments made by credit card. The guest house does not accept American Express or Diners Club credit cards for payment or to guarantee bookings. Other major credit and debit cards are accepted.
■Wi-fi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
■All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
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