From the historic medieval tenements of the Old Town to the sweeping elegance of the Georgian New Town, Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is easy to get around by bus or tram but the best way to get to know it is on foot. There are superb views, secret gardens, tiny courtyards and historic buildings. Highlights include visiting Edinburgh Castle, the historic Charlotte Square and dining in Canongate or walk around and find your own personal highlights.
Millers 64 Luxury B&B Review
Millers64 is a boutique Edinburgh guesthouse situated in the heart of Edinburgh with just 2 rooms. It offers a cosy mix of modern interiors and original Victorian features in an extensively upgraded Victorian house. Personal photos of the family’s life in the Far East on the wall that created a sense of intimacy and Elle Deco, organic toiletries add a touch of luxury. This B&B is owned and run by sisters Louise and Shona Clelland, who has travelled extensively and take great care of this much loved B&B.
Bedrooms are very comfortable with modern ensuite, TV, king size beds and fluffy feather duvets. What makes this place so wonderful is the little extras which include, ipod dock, tea & coffee making facilities with real china tea pots and tea cups, a lovely tablet fudge and home made shortbread biscuits along with magazines and a decanters of sherry in each room.
Breakfast includes homemade jams and breads and unusual additions like French bread with bacon and maple syrup. Each day had different extra items laid out – different breads and a variety of fruit smoothies & yoghurt pots – no need for lunches with Louise’s breakfasts!
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