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Edinburgh is the no. 1 tourist spot in Scotland and contains a plethora of hotels, bed and breakfast and guest house accommodation to suite all tastes and pockets. Much of Edinburgh's Hotel, Guest House and B & B accommodation is located in central Edinburgh but there are also lots on Edinburgh's perifory which, because of our wonderful bus service, make the town centre just a few minutes bus run away.
From these pages you can book directly with any of the Edinburgh Hotels, Edinburgh Guest Houses, Edinburgh bed and breakfasts, Edinburgh budget accommodation or even back packers hostels by clicking on the link below.

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Edinburgh is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the World, with its fantastic skyline, its beautiful archetecture, the art galleries and museums, its natural rock formation, and of course the world famous Edinburgh Castle, scene of the wonderful Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Edinburgh Castle - with over one million accommodation visitors a year it remains one of the most popular attractions in Europe. From its humble beginnings as a fort, throughout the many wars with England, to its present splendor, the castle is an essential visit for any tourist new to Edinburgh

Citadel of the slope' is the derivation of Dunedin, the old Celtic name for Edinburgh. Edinburgh is unique, no other British city can match the splendour of Edinburgh's setting.
The backdrop of Castle Rock, the long line made by the dramatic crags of Arthur's Seat to the east, the rolling edge of the Pentland Hills to the south and the gentle rise of other hills within the city all enhance the majestic streets, monuments, gardens and elegantly planned residential areas of Scotland's capital, home of the nation's fledgling Parliament.
Edinburgh has the charm of a small comfortable town, yet all the spectacle of one of the great capitals of the world.
Edinburgh Castle dominates the town centre and provides a convenient landmark for visitors in many parts of the suburbs.The high crag on which the Castle rests runs gently down to the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
In between the Castle and Holyroodhouse runs the Royal Mile, the spine of the Old Town of Edinburgh, now part of UNESCO's World Heritage List. Until the middle of the 18th century, Edinburgh was mainly confined by the rocky rampart running down from the Grassmarket.
Then it suddenly took courage and branched out across the low-lying ground to the north - today's Princes Street Gardens to create The New Town which still survives today in all its Georgian elegance. With the Victorians came further suburban expansion but Edinburgh retains its essence Old Town still balances New Town and the City projects its literary and artistic heritage as an important asset.
But enough, there is another page for history and sites to see.
This site is dedicated to providing each potential visitor with the ability to book directly with the Edinburgh Accommodation providers.
By clicking on any of the many links on this page you will have direct access to literally hundreds of Edinburgh hotels, Edinburgh guest houses and Edinburgh B&Bs
Please enjoy the hospitality of our wonderful Hotels, our tasteful and cost conscious Edinburgh Guest Houses and our Quality Budget Bed Breakfasts

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