- Very Good
- 11 guest reviews
"Susan is very friendly and helpful. Accommodation clean and good value. Easy transport to centre...."
"The sole purpose of this booking was simply a room for the night before I ran the Marathon the next day. All I needed was a comfortable bed...."
"Very sweet and caring..."
"I was attending an event at the Corn Exchange which meant I was able to walk there and back no problem. Our room was quite small however was..."
"Badjao is clean and comfortable. Sue is very friendly and welcoming. Although room was not ensuite, two well equipped and spotless bathrooms..."
About the hotel
Badjao Bed and Breakfast is a family run Bed and Breakfast with direct local bus connections to Princess Street, Edinburgh Airport, Waverley and Haymarket Train stations. Local attractions include; Edinburgh Zoo, Murrayfield Stadium and the Edinburgh Corn Exchange. With local bus access to Edinburgh City Centre, The Royal Yacht Britannia, Edinburgh Botanic Gardens and more.
Each room offers: Remote controlled Flat Screen Colour TV. Complimentary tea/coffee making facilities. 24-hour access to rooms. Hairdryer and ironing facilities are available on request.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
- In Room Entertainment
- TV, Satellite TV
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Up to 10 years old
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- Pets are not allowed
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82% would recommend it to a friend
Badjao Bed and Breakfast
Susan is very friendly and helpful.
Accommodation clean and good value. Easy transport to centre....
avoid at all cost
the actual B&B bares no resemblance to the web site or the photos on it.
the room was small basic and cold, it was like sleeping in someone's spare room, the bathroom was across the hall and was communial and although it was clean it still snacks back to the 1970s. breakfast was an experience like no other, the dining room was the households kitchen and the landlady cooks the food about 3 feet from where we were sitting...an English/scotish breakfast were no where in sight.
We are sorry we failed to meet the guest's expectations. The previous guest, who stayed for days, slept with the window open. Unfortunately we did not close the window prior to this guest's arrival. Breakfast is live cooking which allows the guests to appreciate the food preparation.
We are happy this guest liked the cleanliness and quality of food.