"true value for money big room very warm friendly staff lovely location a definite recommend..."
"This hotel is very vintage and basic, great if your looking for a hotel for the night...."
"In a good location but very dated. Fine if you are just sleeping there...."
About the hotel
The St. Bernards Guest House occupies a charming Victorian townhouse in Edinburgh’s Stockbridge area, a short 10 min walk from George street and Princes Street in the city centre . It offers 14 sumptuously decorated rooms.
All come complete with tea/coffee making facilities, a hair dryer, a TV and Wi-Fi connection at an £3. 00 extra charge . Continental Buffet breakfast is served every day at an extra cost of £5. 00 per person per day. The property provides luggage storage for guests' convenience. St. Bernards Guest House is a stone’s throw from Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden. There are several restaurants, a theatre, art galleries and shops in the local area, including on Raeburn Place, the Stockbridge area’s main commercial thoroughfare. Edinburgh Castle and Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) can be reached in about 20 minutes on foot, and a bus stops 50 metres away.
- Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Wake Up Call Available
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- 14:00 22:00
- Up to 8 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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25% would recommend it to a friend
Not value for money
Albeit we booked this hotel last minute for a gig in the city, it just wasn't worth the £77 charge.
On arrival the owner rushed us through a check-in in the reception which was actually just his living room. We then were sent to our room which was tiny with a disgusting bathroom, no facilities, mouldy soap, broken lights and a view of a wall a metre away. We then went back to "reception" to book a taxi where the owner and his wife greeted us eating there dinner in there. Really not good enough for the amount charged, seemed more like a student renting out an emergency room for a night and over charging.
Dark and dismal
I'm afraid I was bitterly disappointed in the room.
It was cheaply furnished. I left the comfort of my son's home for two nights to be closer to town. When I walked into the room I felt that I walked into a hostel. While the room was clean and tidy with ensure it still had the most depressing heavy air. The tv worked but the sub titles plus commentary just would not change and I'm very savvy with remotes. Location to Stockbridge was the best thing I could say about it. The window rattled all night because it was very windy out but in the morning I decided not to stay the second night, checked out to go back to stay with my son.