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accomodation for 3

by melisende

my sister, cousin and i will be visiting edinburgh in the fall for 3 nights. we are looking for a b&b, hotel or my preference an apartment (we all 3 are BAD snorers-3 bedrooms would be the ideal.. i've looked at loads of properties on the net, and trip adivsor. would it be cheaper to stay middle of the week or the weekend?
i would like to spend max 100GBP per night.
any suggestions?

Re: accomodation for 3

by Billy16

You say you are coming in the fall, by which I assume you mean autumn. As long as you don't mean August you should be OK as that month is when the Edinburgh International Festival is on and accommodation is difficult to find.

You say "i would like to spend max 100GBP per night. any suggestions?"

I am not clear whether you mean per person or in total. You may find difficulty in sourcing 3 rooms for £100. Below is the official tourst site for Scotland which will assist you in your search.




Re: accomodation for 3

by margaretvn

perhaps you would be better looking for a cottage / house to hire and we use:
we have always found them very friendly and helpful and the houses we have had have been great.
As was mentioned I too was unsure if you meant 100 pounds per person or for you all.
If you go for a hotel then the weekends would probably be cheaper as they drop their prices just to get guests into the hotel. For hotels we have used:http://www.hrs.de it is German but you can change the language and they have a good service and we have found the site very good when searching for hotels. www.Expedia.com is also a good site

Re: accomodation for 3

by johnmperry

here's one you could try

I'm sure there are many more

Re: accomodation for 3

by clivedinburgh

I'm not sure if you'll get a 3 bedroom apartment for under £100 per night if you are only staying 3 nights. You could maybe look for 2 bedroom apartments with a sofabed which would lighten your budget. There is no real difference between staying during the week or on a weekend but all I can advise is to get a central location to avoid expensive and repeated transport costs.

If you have any particular places in mind then post another question on this forum to see what people think of the area, transport links, etc. Hope your search goes well.

I'm writing this from a fantastic Barcelona apartment I checked into today so there are some good deals to be had if you look around and take that leap of faith by booking a newer form of holiday accommodation.

Re: accomodation for 3

by jcourtnellsmith

Try Craigiebield Hotel, Penicuik. Ten miles south of Edinburgh. Bus stop right outside hotel. £2.30 for a day ticket allows you to ride all over the Lothians all day.

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

Visit the Castle... walk along...

by muse_chik

Visit the Castle... walk along princes street... just take in the sites! It is a gorgeous city. Just being there is an absolute must. My fondest memory of Edinburgh... is just walking around. Looking at the buildings... watching the people. The entire city was an experience- I loved it!

This is the Scotch Whisky...

by oneonta_ni

This is the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre. We walked into the shop part of the building looking for some whisky fudge but discovered it was more expensive here. They have a huge selection of whiskies for sale but as it is in the heart of the tourist area, I would check around for prices before you buy. We did not take the tour.

Packing List

by mellow-mark

Pack a fleece - always handy for the ever changing weather. Some trainers or trail shoes for walking up Arthur's Seat. Boots and Superdrug (both on Princes street) will supply anything you forgot to bring. Jessops in Edinburgh has everything you need. Bring decent boots if you plan on walking in the Highlands. Good outdoor shops are Tiso (Rose Street and Leith) or New Heights (Lothian Road). Bring a good camera, take lots of pictures - it's a very photogenic city.

Tantallon Castle

by roamer61

A worthy destination for those who love ruined medieval castles is Tantallon Castle, a short drive to the coast, east of Edinburgh proper. Built in the 14th Century (1300s) as a stronghold of one of the powerful scottish clans, the Douglas Clan, its curtain walls and bastions are testimony to its might. Heavily damaged by canon fire during the the period of the English Civil War, it was soon afterwards abandoned and allowed to fall into ruin. It is a romantic site, overlooking the sea. Below, kittiwakes (a kind of gull) can be seen. The dungeon is accessible and gives one an idea of the way it was 600 years ago. Tantallon Castle is a must for history buffs, lovers of medieval castles or anyone who wants to go someplace off the main tourist routes.

Best Takeaway In Town

by leok about The Piemaker

Edinburgh may be famous for its deep fried mars bars but none of the city's chippies can come close to the quality of product turned out by this take-away. From creamy peppery chicken and mushroom pies to flakey iced blackcurrant and raspberry - well pies - this establishment has raised the standard of what you can expect to get for your £1.30.
As well as the huge selection of heated pies - Mexican, beef, vegitarian and non-savoury - there are also sandwiches, hot dogs, sausage rolls, muffins and anything else you might want to fill the gap. The raspberry and blackcurrant pie is superb


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