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Lairg at Haymarket
11 Coates Gardens
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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The Lairg is a privately owned, charming, traditional "B" listed town house Hotel, central to all attractions yet peaceful, quiet and relaxing. For your comfort we offer 9 fully equipped en-suite bedrooms modernised to an exacting standard. We will start you off in the morning with a mouth watering selection of bread, pastries, scones, fruit salad , full cooked breakfast and traditional Scottish fare such as smoked salmon and kippers( smoked herring). Whether you are a corporate traveller or a holiday maker, we will ensure that your stay at The Lairg is comfortable,warm and relaxing. Edinburgh is a beautiful city, with a rich and colourful past, well worth a visit for pleasure or staying a few extra daysif on business. The Lairg guest house is in the Haymarket area of the city, close to the city centre and makes an idealbase for exploring not just Edinburgh, but also the outlying attractions. The Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, the ScottishGallery of Modern Art, Murrayfield Stadium and West Register House (for genealogical research) are all within easywalking distance of The Lairg. Edinburgh's excellent and convenient public bus service gives quick and easy access to the other parts of the city, andthe regular bus and train services to Glasgow, the West and the North of Scotland are just a few minutes walk away.

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