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Mardale Guest House
11 Hartington Place

Edinburgh and the Lothians

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The Mardale Guest House is located in one of Edinburghs quiet residential areas & is ideal for all visitors to the city. We are situated 1 mile (ca 1.6km) south west of Edinburgh City Centre - walk through the Meadows to the historic Royal Mile. The Mardale Guest House is a fine example of a Victorian Terraced Villa which retains much of it's original charm and features. Hartington Place is a quiet residential cul-de-sac in the Bruntsfield area, south west of Edinburgh City centre. On-street parking available in Hartington Place and other parallel streets. Frequent buses run from Bruntsfield Place/Gilmore Place to Princes Street, or a leisurely walk will take approx. 20 mins. Whether your visit to Edinburgh is business or recreation, the Mardale is ideally located for; Universities, E.I.C.C., Theatres, The Castle and City centre sightseeing. Or as a base for taking one of the many tours to other Scottish places of interest. Some rooms may differ from those shown in photographs. Because of the age of the building all rooms are a different size and no two are the same, all have their own character. We can only accept bookings of three or more nights during August.

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