The Inverleith Hotel
Robert Louis Stevenson, who once wrote that ‘Edinburgh is what Paris ought to be,’ lived for a time in the same terrace as this Victorian town house in one of Edinburgh’s most desirable locations bordering the Royal Botanic Garden, and within easy walking distance of Princes Street. The rooms, one of which has a four-poster bed, are all en-suite and decorated in traditional style. Rates include a choice of full Scottish, continental or vegetarian breakfast. After a long day relax with a dram in the hotel's small licensed bar which specialises in malt whisky.
- Provides: Free wi-fi