Premier Inn Edinburgh (South Queensferry)

Builyeon Rd., South Queensferry, Edinburgh, EH30 9YJ, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Edinburgh - South Queensferry
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Very Good
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Average
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  • Families89
  • Couples79
  • Solo66
  • Business76

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Stairs leading upto the Royal mile-The shortcut!Stairs leading upto the Royal mile-The shortcut!

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Forum Posts

Working in Edinburgh?

by rhinofinn

Hey,

I am an American student hoping to work for a few months Edinburgh through the BUNAC work abroad program. I am hoping to leave in February.

How is Ediburgh as compared to some other big cities in the UK in terms of cost of living?

Assuming I am living in a hostel situation and making close to minimum wage will I be able to survive and still have a little left over for a few pints and some traveling?

Thanks!!!

Re: Working in Edinburgh?

by rhinofinn

Thank you for informing me about the questions I have asked previously. I assure you I was already aware of them. I was hoping for personal experiences or opinions. Of which you provided none.

If you have any of those I would love to hear them as I am still unsure of where I would like to work in the UK :)

Re: Working in Edinburgh?

by leics

There is no need for UK individuals to be actually living in a particular city to be able to provide you with accurate answers; it's a small country and people who post on VT generally know rather a lot about it.

The UK is expensive (and the dollar exchange rate is low, so even more expensive at the moment). Food, drink and transport costs vary little across the country; it's a small place.

UK cities are all expensive places to live (in fact, accommodation generally is expensive here whether rented or purchased) and Edinburgh (being a capital, and popular with tourists) is not much cheaper than London, if at all. You will have the same difficulties in Edinburgh as in London.

Smaller and less touristy cities such as Nottingham, Leicester, Derby, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Bristol, Lincoln etc will have more affordable accommodation, but fewer job opportunities.

One possibility is for you to look for live-in bar work.

Re: Working in Edinburgh?

by tartanboro

I did the BUNAC thing in reverse (stayed in Lansing for a while) a few years ago, so hope you get a lot out of your trip to UK.

You could try getting in touch with Edinburgh University (http://www.accom.ed.ac.uk/). Since this is a student exchange type of arrangement they may help with some advice.

Andy

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

The Castle

by Gili_S

Edinburgh has many attractions, the Castle that is at the top of the city is the most famous place here, but many museums, theatres, restaurants, pub, and, the most important, the loveliest people you will ever meet around Europe. Did I said it already? Yes, the loveliest people I ever met.

Link to more Edinburgh photos

by EdinburghRoc

http://community.webshots.com/user/ianharrywebb

This link will take you to more photos of Edinburgh.
Festival Parade.
Edinburgh at Christmas.

Yes they are all mine! Good cheap bus service.

Christmas: New Year; Fringe,
Edinburgh International Festival.
& the Famous TATTOO.

Including Film and Jazz festivals.
History and photogenic City.

Scotland Rugby Union

by clivedinburgh

Murrayfield is the HQ of the Scotland Rugby Union. Tickets for games are available for most games and the SRU website is quite informative. Get there early and enjoy the atmosphere (and a beer or two) by the famous old clock.

Last match was seeing us beat the Barbarians 19-66. Champagne rugby at it's best.

Enjoy a stroll through the Glen

by scottishvisitor

This picturesque glen is a wonderfully peaceful place to go for a stroll. Our little stroll began in Gardener's Lane passing a feature in the old stone wall, it was really just a tree trunk but conjured up lots of discussion. The walk to the glen is all downhill so you can enjoy the many trees and bushes and the lovely River Esk flowing silently, the only other sounds you will encounter would be the joy and clarity of bird song . Take a rest in the natural beauty of this glen and remember it is all uphill on the way back = but they do say walking is good for you.

Late night drinking in the caves and caverns!

by Legolam about Nicol Edwards

Nicol Edwards is a gem of a drinking establishment. Open until 3am most nights, it consists of 5 or 6 different caverns, some with live music one with a cinema, and each with its own bar. The whole place has a dark feel about it, but it's friendly and cheap, with entry charges only on a Friday and Saturday night.

Well worth a visit or four! Thankfully, no dress code here!

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Address: Builyeon Rd., South Queensferry, Edinburgh, EH30 9YJ, United Kingdom