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Sandaig Guest House
5 East Hermitage Place
Leith Links

Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Sandaig........ The perfect place to unwind, award winning guest house situated over looking historic Leith Links park - 10 minutes from the city centre and within walking distance to Edinburgh's fashionable Waterfront.

Superb accommodation that is warm and welcoming with tasteful surroundings. All rooms are non smoking with en-suite or private facilities - some rooms have king or four-poster beds.

Sandaig is a family home and occupies two mid terraced Victorian villas dating from c.1870

We are located1.5 (one and a half miles) from the city centre and railway station, which takes ten minutes by bus car or taxi. There is ample of free car parking, a regular bus service into the city centre (bus numbers 12 or 25), and a wealth of gourmet restaurants to suit every palate situated within the fashionable Water of Leith area, just a ten minute walk away.
Marina and Derek look forward to welcoming you to the Sandaig......

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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Stars
AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 7
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