Central Edinburgh Bed and Breakfast
No. 53 Frederick Street Bed and Breakfast is owned and run by David Tweedie and is situated on the second and third floors of an original Georgian townhouse dating from circa 1820, in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town.
This cosy and friendly Bed and Breakfast is also managed by Katy. Both David and Katy grew up in Edinburgh and are always on hand to give helpful advice on the best places to visit, eat and, of course, drink in the city.
The bed and breakfast is just a minute’s walk from Princes Street, with stunning views of the New Town, Princes Street, and, from some rooms, Edinburgh Castle. This is an elegant and extremely spacious guest house, typified in the welcoming open hall with feature bow wall and staircase to upper floor.
The B&B in Edinburgh has the added bonus of offering easy access to Edinburgh Airport and major road and rail networks. As Waverley Railway Station and St. Andrew Square Bus Station are both in the city centre and under ½ a miles walk away. The Edinburgh International Conference Centre is also easily reached by foot or a short taxi-ride from the Edinburgh guest house.
No. 53 Frederick Street guest house offers all the comforts and facilities that the discerning traveller visiting Edinburgh for business or leisure expects. The newly decorated bedrooms are each individually designed to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible, having all the modern conveniences but still retaining a classic environment, including magnificent original carved Adam fire surrounds Scots pine panelling, cornicing and en-suite shower rooms.