Regent House Hotel

3 Forth St, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 3LT, United Kingdom

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Regent House Hotel
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  • Families58
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  • Solo45
  • Business60
  • DadinJansen's Profile Photo

    Stayed for 2 nights in room 21 which is lovely.


    Stayed for 2 nights in room 21 which is lovely. Staff are friendly. We where very happy with the service. I would wholeheartedly recommend this hotel to anyone for it's great location. Good value for money!

    Unique Quality: Stayed for 2 nights in room 21 which is lovely.

    Directions: Stayed for 2 nights in room 21 which is lovely.

  • JeanKusma's Profile Photo

    Amazing Hotel


    An amazing hotel, with a great team receptioning you. The bed room is really comfortable and the shower is good. Coffee break is awesome.

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The Festival

by aaspy

Will be in Edinburgh from 27 Aug to 5 Sep.

I will be at the tailend of the Edinburg festivities. Getting confused with all the events going on and I know some events are sold ou already

Any highlights that I should not miss or is it recommendable to just see whats availble upon arrival?

Thanks again.

Re: The Festival

by aaspy


I have booked my room in advance. Actually I am attending a wedding of a friend in Dumfries and will come a little earlier to see what the fringe is all about.

Im interested in pop culture, experimental performances, theater and music.

Im just not sure if it is adviseable just to see what is availble when I get there (Im not that picky, just want to experience it fully), as I want to do day tours out of Edinburgh still. So I hope I could buy thickets at the box office instead of online.

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The Meaning of Edinburgh

by ophiro

The name Edinburgh is a combination of 2 words put together = Edin + Burgh.

Edir (or odin is more known name) is a Norse god , god of war , wisdom , death and hunt.
he is the supreme god of the Viikings.

When the vikings attacked England they (englishmen) fortified towns to defend from the attacks so places end with borough, burgh, brough or bury means a fortified place.

See Glencoe!
And get to know...

by Bagillbaer

See Glencoe!
And get to know the story of the massacre that happened there. Terrible thing...
But don't get lost in grief, but enjoy the beauty of the Glen and, if you're lucky with the weather, don't miss the opportunity to have a 'wee dip' in one of the chrystal clear streams. Bathing in the afore-mentioned chrystal clear streams...

Fish and Chips


A popular hot take away meal in Britain is Fish and Chips. This tasty combination is usually eaten with salt and vinegar; in Scotland sometimes with a special brown sauce.
The favourite fish is Cod, followed by Haddock and Plaice. Prices are about 1 GBP for the Chips and about 2,50 GBP for the Fish.

If you fancy a drink in Roslin

by scottishvisitor

This hotel was originally build in 1700 and is a fine place to stop for a bite to eat and a drink. Interestingly the hotel has four bars but only six bedrooms = so nearly one bar per room so bar service should be quick if you stay here! It was a lovely sunny day when we visited so we ate outside overlooking the Main Street and the little road which leads to the Chaple, Castle and Glen.
Just to show as well as the two shops there are also two hotels the second is just across the road but this time on Penicuik Street is the charming Roslin Glen Hotel where no doubt you can enjoy a refreshment break here too and wonder again about the different name spellings.


by MalenaN

Along the Royal Mile and Princes Street there are lot of souvenir shops (some of them playing bagpipe music). Here you find a variation of things; cups with Scottish motif, textile badges, key-rings, pack of cards, shortbread, Scottish toffee, book, postcards etc. You can also buy tartan cloths like kilts and scarves and cashmere wool jumpers.
All museums also have their own souvenir shop. I found my souvenir, a pillowcase with a thistle, at Edinburgh Castle.


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 Regent House Hotel

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Address: 3 Forth St, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 3LT, United Kingdom