Enjoy complete relaxation at The Salisbury Hotel, a small family run boutique hotel within a B listed Georgian townhouse located near the centre of Edinburgh.
The Salisbury's pleasing architectural features have been preserved throughout and with modern comfort, a quiet contemporary style and welcoming atmosphere this small 18 bedroom boutique hotel is a real treasure.
"Very convenient hotel close to the City Center, University and Holirood Park with free parking. Spacious rooms with newly done bathroom. Decent continental breakfast. Cooked Scottish breakfast with extra charge."
"Ideally suited for getting into the centre of Edinburgh. On good bus route. Second time we have stayed here. Warm welcome on arrival. Clean and tidy."
"Very cosy, friendly , confortable hotel. Friendly staff. Good breakfast. An excelente stay. I will chose it again next time."
"The hotel is very nice and clean. The receptionists were very nice and helpful, also regarding ordering tickets for attractions in town. Breakfast is very very nice!! We highly recommend."
Known as the toughest off-road run in the UK, 'Rat Race - The Mighty Deerstalker' requires participants to plough through mud filled trenches, scramble up scree slopes, and navigate the night - usually dressed in kilts, tweed, or other "appropriate" athletic apparel.
Bringing the best of farming, food and rural life to Edinburgh every June for four days only - don't miss the 175th Royal Highland Show!
Edinburgh International Film Festival explores new ideas in cinema, inviting local and international audiences to engage with a dynamic programme of fiction and documentary work.
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