Holland House Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

18 Holyrood Park Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5AY, United Kingdom
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Rated 16% higher but also costs 58% more than other 2 star hotels

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Mingalar guest house

by pavlecro

Hi everybody!

Could anybody give me a review or comment about Mingalar guest house in East Claremont Street? Could you also tell me about the neighbourhood and how far it is from the centre of Edinburgh? My wife, I and our 2-year old son are staying there in May.
Thanks a lot.

Re: Mingalar guest house

by the3muskateers

East Claremont Street is a beautiful part of the city to stay, being in the New Town. There are many Georgian Town Houses in that area including Mingalar. I pass the building on the way to work each day and it looks fine. I cannot say what it's like inside though.

It's about a 15min walk to the centre of the city - Princes Street, from the hotel but it's also on a good and frequent bus route.

The following link gives more information about the accomodation.
hotels.lonelyplanet.com/hotel/-P116019.html

I hope you have an enjoyable holiday, May is a lovely time to visit our city.

Re: Mingalar guest house

by pavlecro

Thank you very much 'the3muskateers' for this review. I'm really looking forward going to Edinburgh.

Many greetings from Croatia.

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

Town walk

by Cool-123

Walking around the city of Edinburgh is almost like visiting two different cities very close to each other. To walk around the heart of the Old Town and the New Town will take about an hour at a reasonable walking pace.

John Knox House

by Ash59

The exterior of this house is representative of houses built in the 1600's. John Knox house is now maintained by the Church of Scotland and contains a museum dedicated to John Knox. .
43- 45 High Street.
Edinburgh
EH1 1SR

July: Mon-Sat 10.00am- 5.00pm (last admission 4.30pm) Sun 12.00- 4.00pm
August: Mon-Sat 10.00am- 7.00pm (last admission 6.30pm) Sun 12.00- 4.00pm
Sept-Jun: Mon-Sat 10.00am- 5.00pm (last admission 4.30pm) Sun - closed

Admission: £2.25/£1.75 concessions
Children: 75p (children aged 6 and under no charge)
Disabled access to ground floor only

Telephone: +44 (0)131 556 9579/2647

Website: www.johnknoxhouse.org.uk

Packing List

by fredthefrog

it's a bit chilly in scotland so pack up warm clothing and also it doesn't rain as often as people might think it's a good idea to carry raincoats at all time when you're in the countryside.
but remember a pub is never far away to get warmed up!

Attractive Dunbar is a holiday...

by pastaayd

Attractive Dunbar is a holiday resort and small fishing port on the east coast, 48km (30mi) from Edinburgh. It was the site of two important battles, both resulting in Scottish losses. Edward I invaded in 1296 and General Monck defeated a larger Scots army in 1650, facilitating Cromwell's entry into Edinburgh. John Muir (1838-1914), pioneer conservationist and 'father' of the US national park service, was born here. The John Muir House, the man's childhood home, has a small exhibition and audio-visual display on his life. A more adventurous option in the area is offshore diving to sites like Johnson's Hole or Old Harbour reef.

Christmas all year round.

by lou31 about The Christmas Shop

I think the above name is correct. Anyway it was a Christmas Shop that sold decorations. They had hundreds of decorations of different types, colours and themes. A very colourful and pleasant place to look around. Some were a bit expensive but worth it.

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