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The Ardmillan Hotel - 9 10, Ardmillan Terrace Edinburgh EH11 2JW

0.2 miles from Tynecastle
Rating\Stars: 2 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 4\6
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The Ardmillan Hotel is a beautifully maintained family run establishment set close to the city centre near the West-end of Edinburgh. With a great tradition for friendly staff and excellent service along with a fantastic reputation for great comfortable guest rooms it is the ideal location for a relaxing, enjoyable break.

The Dunstane Houses - 4 West Coates Haymarket Edinburgh EH12 5JQ

0.5 miles from Tynecastle
Rating\Stars: 5 | Prices from: £239.5 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Where will I be staying? The Dunstane Houses – Refined, relaxed, a little romantic and a lot luxurious, The Dunstane Houses is an independent, family-run, five-star boutique hotel, over 2 Victorian townhouses set across the road from each other, that offer guests the best of the Scottish capital. Set in two newly refurbished heritage buildings quite unlike anywhere you’ve ever stayed before, The Dunstane Houses is a breath of fresh Orkney air in the heart of Edinburgh. Although each room is different in their appearance, they all boast the same, fantastic facilities. Catch up on your beauty sleep (you don’t need it) on the handmade Vispring bed, wrapped up in the 300-threadcount Eqyptian cotton bedlinen. A guaranteed great night’s sleep. Not to mention the original artwork from local artists, designer sofas, large flat screen smart TV and free high-speed Wi-Fi. Take advantage of the 24-hour room service (go on, treat yourself) and dial up reception on the vintage telephone. There’s even a writing desk in each room, which you’ll need when you pen your extensive love letter to your hotel room. This hotel’s great because… The Dunstane Houses is unlike anywhere you’ve ever stayed before. Many of the original features of the building built in 1852 still remain, if you like to snuggle up by roaring open fireplaces (who doesn’t?), but there’s a modern edge to the design. Every inch of the hotel just begs to be Instagrammed, no filters needed, and that’s without even considering the sweeping views of the Edinburgh cityscape. A slightly more peaceful option for those on a city break. Wining and dining It’s all about soaking up the rich Scottish culture at The Dunstane Houses’ Ba’ Bar. A full Scottish breakfast is the perfect way to set yourself up for a day of urban exploration, and their afternoon tea is a great for whiling away a lazy afternoon. In the evening, you can sample their menu of modern Scottish dishes, from their hand-dived Orkney scallops to their beloved haggis bonbons. The bar is fully stocked with a treasure trove of rare and vintage whiskies, as well as an enviable selection of artisan gins. Getting drunk has never been this classy. Exploring the neighbourhood The Dunstane House is just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. A short taxi ride will put you right in the midst of the action, whether you are looking for somewhere to eat, somewhere to get drunk, or just a relaxing spot of retail therapy. Haymarket Train Station is just a 10-minute walk down the road and Edinburgh Airport can be reached after a 15-minute drive. In a nutshell: Beautifully boutique

Apex Haymarket Hotel - 90 Haymarket Terrace Edinburgh EH12 5LQ

0.6 miles from Tynecastle
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £160.2 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Where will I be staying? The Apex Haymarket Hotel is great for urban explorers, sitting right in the heart of Edinburgh, always there for a warm welcome upon your return. With a simple yet stylish design, Apex has a no-nonsense feel about it. Your comfort and well-being is their number one priority, they don’t need all the unnecessary bells and whistles to make your stay a memorable one. The room chronicles Whether you stay in the Small City Room or in the slightly larger City Room, when you book with Apex, you’re in for a great night’s sleep. Settle down for the night on the super comfortable double bed and wake up feeling fresh and relaxed in the morning, ready for a day of shopping, exploring or museuming. Not to mention that every room comes with a LCD TV with Freeview, free Wi-Fi and your very own Apex ‘Floyd’ Duck, to commemorate your stay in the hotel. We’re big fans of complimentary rubber ducks to keep us company in the bath. This hotel’s great because… It’s the perfect base for any type of city break to Edinburgh. Have you travelled in for a weekend of watching rugby union? The BT Murrayfield Stadium is just a 15-minute walk down the road. Fancy treating yourself to a long weekend of major retail therapy? Make sure you bring someone to help carry your bags because The Apex Haymarket Hotel is only a stone’s throw from the thriving shopping area of Princes Street. In fact, pretty much all of Edinburgh’s attractions are within walking distance of the Apex and, even if you don’t feel like walking (we all have those days), Haymarket Train Station is right on the hotel’s doorstep. Wining and dining Start your day the right way by venturing downstairs and into the Metro West End Bar & Restaurant for a cup of tea, or maybe something a little stronger, as you roll out of bed and into a bacon roll. This casual restaurant is a great place to relax and catch up on world events through whatever means you see fit (newspaper/social media/carrier pigeon). Metro West End also serves food throughout the day and into the night, when their cultivated wine list seductively raises its head. There’s a lot to love about this stylish bar and restaurant that’s right on your doorstep. Exploring the neighbourhood We’ve already talked in detail about The Apex Haymarket Hotel’s excellent city centre location, and it’s worth repeating. The national rugby stadium and all the popular shopping locations are within a short walking distance of the hotel, as is Edinburgh Castle and the galleries and museums of Edinburgh Old Town. Haymarket Train Station is a 5-minute walk from the hotel, with regular links to the rest of the city, as well as the airport. In the car, Edinburgh Airport is 20 minutes’ away. In a nutshell: Right in the thick of the action

Edinburgh Regency Guest House - 12 Granville Terrace Edinburgh EH10 4PQ

0.6 miles from Tynecastle
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £108.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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This Victorian building is located in a highly desirable area of Merchiston, with Union Canal at the rear of the guest house. Edinburgh city centre and the castle are 1.5 miles away, and there is free Wi-Fi and limited free parking for 3 cars on site. There is an excellent bus service which operates from outside Edinburgh Recency Guest House, and takes only 10 minutes to reach the city centre. The fashionable shops of Princes Street can be reached in 25 minutes on foot. Rooms at Edinburgh Regency are en suite, although one has its own private external bathroom. All rooms have a TV and facilities for making tea and coffee. There is a TV lounge for guests to relax in, and a full cooked Scottish breakfast or a lighter continental breakfast is available each morning.
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