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Glenallan Guest House
19 Mayfield Road
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH9 2NG | View map
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Glenallan is an elegant Victorian house, retaining a wealth of original character but with all modern comforts. Richard and Trish offer a friendly welcome and relaxed atmosphere with attention to detail and luxury, suitable for leisure and business guests alike.

Situated approximately a mile from the heart of Edinburgh. Glenallan is an ideal base for exploring not only the historic and vibrant city centre but also the surrounding countryside and other attractions.

There is a private car park for the exclusive use of our guests. A regular bus service leaves from outside Glenallan and takes just a few minutes to Princes St and The Royal Mile.

We provide continental/cooked breakfast with home-made and local produce wherever possible. For the comfort of all our guests, Glenallan is completely non-smoking.

We can arrange day tours to the Scottish Highlands, including Lochness
Free pickup from rail/bus station
airport transfer


Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Star Guest House
AA/RAC 4 Diamond Guest Accommodation
RAC Warm Welcome and Sparkling Diamond Awards
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 3 + 2 private bathroom

Price per Person

Double: 30 - 75
Twin: 30 - 75
Single: 45 - 75 - triple 29 - 65
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - under 5 years stays free if sharing bed with adult
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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