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Breakfast & Dinner
Set in an attractive turreted Victorian building, the BEST WESTERN Braid Hills Hotel is an iconic hotel, with impressive views over Edinburgh. In keeping with its historical nature, the building retains many original features and traditional furnishings, yet its rooms are well equipped with satellite television and hot drink making facilities.
Located close to the Morningside area of Edinburgh, the hotel is well-connected to the city centre but also enjoys the more tranquil atmosphere of this beautiful area that is brimming with boutique style shops and inviting cafés.
The hotel has several dining and drinking options. For food, choose from the Allermuir Restaurant or Buckstone Bistro or if you are looking to have a drink you have the choice of two bars, Buckstone Bar and the Cocktail Bar.
Where is BEST WESTERN Braid Hills Hotel?
134 Braid Road, Edinburgh EH10 6JD
From the centre of Edinburgh, go up The Mound to George IV Bridge then turn left onto Lauriston Place. Continue onto Broughtam Street and then take Marchmont Road before turning right onto Oswald Road, then another right onto Cluny Gardens. Continue on to Midmar Avenue, turn right on Hermitage Drive and at the roundabout, then take the first exit onto Braid Road, where the hotel is situated.
What’s worth visiting in Edinburgh?
- Edinburgh Festivals – The city’s population swells during the festival season, with a wide range of performances, exhibitions and events drawing huge numbers of visitors – not only for the comedy, drama and dance of the Edinburgh Fringe in August but also for the other festivals that run throughout the year, including the film (June), jazz (July), science (April), book (August) and children’s (May) festivals.
- Edinburgh Castle – An iconic feature of Edinburgh’s skyline, the castle has both a fascinating museum within and great views of the city surrounding it.
- Holyrood Palace – The official royal residence in Scotland’s capital, the palace as it stands today was built in the 17th century, but still includes the original apartment where Mary Queen of Scots once lived.
- Hogmanay: 31st December – Scotland celebrates New Year’s Eve like nowhere else, with a street party in Edinburgh’s city centre that draws thousands of visitors from all over the world and has many big acts performing as the crowds bring in the New Year.
What is there to eat and drink at the hotel?
Guest have the option of dining in the Allermuir Restaurant that offers panoramic views of Braid Valley Park and a light and spacious setting to tuck into its menu of Scottish dishes. They can also dine in the more informal atmosphere of the Buckstone Bistro that serves up pub grub with equally great views of the city.
For a drink, the Buckstone Bar specialises in great craft beers and lagers while the Cocktail Bar has an extensive collection of spirits.
Breakfast: 07:00 – 10:00
Lunch: 12:00 – 14:00
Dinner: 18:30 – 21:30
Features at a glance:
- Victorian turreted building
- Close to city centre
- Traditional style throughout
- Allermuir Restaurant
- Buckstone Bistro
- Buckstone Bar
- Cocktail Bar
- Free guest parking
What else do I need to know?
- Check in after 15:00, check out by 11:00
- To make a booking for family rooms or suites, please get in touch with our team
- To contact easy-breaks.com call 08430 55 44 33 or email email@example.com
“This gorgeous Victorian building’s view of the city is a great selling point. Close to Morningside, it offers a peaceful setting yet is close to the centre of Edinburgh.”