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Ravensdown Guest House

248 Ferry Road, Edinburgh, EH5 3AN, United Kingdom
+44 131 552 5438


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Overall guest ratings

7.5/10 Good
based on 81 reviews

Review highlights

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  • Near city centre
  • Very quiet


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    Ravensdown Guest House is a spacious Edwardian house built in the early 1900’s, now a friendly and stylish guest house run by David (Scottish) and Yoka (Dutch) offering quality bed and breakfast accommodation in central Edinburgh. Ravensdown has spectacular views of the city skyline, Edinburgh castle and Arthur’s Seat. Situated on Ferry Road on the north side of the ancient city, 5 minutes walk to the Royal Botanic Garden, within easy access to the port of Leith and Ocean Terminal, the Royal Yacht Britannia, Canonmills, Broughton, Stockbridge, Fettes College, Western General Hospital and Warriston.Located on a a main bus routes into Princess Street (5 direct buses), 10 minute bus ride to the city centre. Convenient location for airport (20 minutes), train stations (bus 23 or 27) and major road routes into Edinburgh. There is ample free car parking available and locked rear garden parking for motorbikes and bicycles.Quality guest house offering bed and breakfast accommodation:3 star Scottish Tourist Board rating (we are easily 4 star)7 spacious en suite rooms Choice of continental, Scottish or vegetarian breakfast Family, motor and gay friendly bed and breakfast Wireless Internet Access throughout (also in all rooms)Walking distance to the Royal Botanic Garden Golfing parties welcomeSpecial offers available mid-week, low seasonNon - smoking establishment

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    • Parking
    • Complimentary breakfast
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • No smoking
    • Designated smoking area
    • Storage available
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