A beautiful cottage guest house, providing a relaxing environment both inside and out.
The garden is surrounded by trees and has a summerhouse with books and music where guests can sit and watch the sun go down!
The accommodation comprises:
The David Hume Suite has a stunning garden view, kingsize double bed sleeps 2 / 3 and is situated on the first floor.
The Breakfast Room looks onto the terrace where breakfast can be served - weather permitting!
A complimentary, continental breakfast of cereals, pastries, yoghurt, toast and fruit is included for B & B guests, with a modest additional fee for the hot menu.
There are free airport transfers for all guests in August.
About the location (Balerno, Edinburgh, Scotland)
Balerno, (Scottish Gaelic: Baile Airneach), meaning townland /town of the hawthorns, is a suburb of Edinburgh. The earliest written records are found in the late 13th century.
The area was developed in the 18th century with flax, snuff and papermills built on the water of Leith.
The 17th century Malleny House and Gardens owned by The National Trust of Scotland has the gardens open to the public and features four 100 year old Yew trees known as the four apostles and was home to Scotland's National Bonsai collection until 2000, now located at Binny Plants near Ecclesmachan.
Nestled in the foothills of the Pentland National Park and surrounded by trees.
The entrance to the Water of Leith Walkway is on our doorstep and you can walk/cycle into Edinburgh city centre,(8m) or enjoy the many outdoor activities offered in the Pentlands from fishing in the seven reservoirs, golf, horseriding, rambling and even skiing, the Pentlands boasts the biggest dry ski slope in Europe.
Cable / Satellite TV
Towels and linen provided
Check in from 2pm; Check out before 10am.
3 Persons (Max)
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