The best placed accommodation in the city? A lustily-thrown rock might reach two cinemas, two theatres, Edinburgh’s principal concert hall, and the grave of Thomas de Quincey, author of the classic Confessions of an English Opium Eater.
Atmospheric, two-bedroomed, microtel, twice named one of the Best 100 Hotels in the World by the Sunday Times (and who are we to argue?). Decor inspired by the Belle Epoque, and the musings of its gourmet anarchists.
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