Falcon Crest Guest House

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70 South Trinity Road, ,, Edinburgh, EH5 3NX

Price From 85.31 AUD

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All reviews (27)

93% would recommend it to a friend

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  • Jon S

  • February 2015

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  • V Geary

  • November 2014

A friendly Scottish hideaway close to the city centre

The family that run Falcon Crest are warm and welcoming, making sure you have everything you need.

The room was warm and pleasant, and the location made it simple to hop on one of the regular buses to Edinburgh city centre (buses run til late, alternatively a taxi costs about £6). Full marks and thank you for a great stay!

  • Williiam Mcinnes

  • October 2014

a great location and a good bus service into city centre staff were really friendly

  • Jasmin A

  • October 2014

nice place

very nice customer service.

it just takes ten minutes to the beach. quiet neighbourhood

  • a stratford

  • August 2014

Very pleased with this one night stopover.

The room was large, clean with very comfy bed. Made to feel very welcome on arrival and departure. Host very informative on facilities available in area. Nice to have option of bath or shower.

  • Joan L

  • July 2014

Lovely 'old style' Guest House

In the days of impersonal corporate hotel chains what a lovely change it was to stay in a traditional guest house – took me back to my childhood.

The room was cosy, but had everything you could possibly need for an overnight stay; the staff were also very helpful. Thank you for making my work trip even more memorable.

  • scott pyper

  • July 2014

a fine rest at Fakcon Crest

a lovely wee pkace to stay in the city, which is just a short bus ride away from the heart of the city.

A very friendly welcome in a lovely wee pocket of tranquil peacefulness, but also just a moment away to easily enjoy everything that Edinburgh has to offer.

  • Gordon M

  • June 2014

Nightmare Stay

There are too many criticisms to include here but hare are a few problems bed was way too hard to allow much sleep, the towels were ancient and painful to use.

the t.v. difficult to use (got one channel) the water in the 1950's shower never got hot and it wasn't cheap to stay there. Had to pay up front and to add insult to injury no breakfast.

  • Derek Finney

  • May 2014

Lovely place to stay

Very cheap but lovely warm and welcoming hotel, fantastic price

  • Matt C

  • May 2014

Very friendly little B&B

Very friendly family home b&b, owners very flexible and were happy to provide a breakfast slightly earlier than normal.

No complaints!