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Prestonfield
Priestfield Road
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH16 5UT | View map
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Edinburgh’s most talked-about hotel and the only one in the city to receive the AA’s highest accolade of 5 RED STARS. Prestonfield was also awarded the AA's HOTEL OF THE YEAR 2005 for Scotland and Northern Ireland. The latest hotel from creator of the famed Witchery by the Castle, James Thomson. His uniquely quirky and luxurious reworking of this a baroque mansion - originally built as the imposing home of Edinburgh’s Lord Provost - has created an exceptionally indulgent hotel experience just a few moments from the bustle of the Royal Mile.

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Guests will discover every modern convenience – from WiFi to plasma screens – hidden behind the velvet and silk upholstered walls of its 22 individually designed boudoir-like rooms and suites.

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Ratings/Awards: AA Hotel of the Year 2005, Scotland & Northern Ireland
STB 5 Stars

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast, VAT & champagne on arrival
Double: From £285
Suite: From £350 - Owners Suite: From £395
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Name: Rhubarb

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Open All Year
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