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Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

St. Bernards Hotel is located close to the city centre in a beautiful quite area. It is a perfect home for short or long term stays. It is clean, cosy, and very comfortable. Close to the Hotel, there are lots of shops and restaurants, with very good connection to the different parts of Edinburgh. The price is fair and worth it. The Hotel Staff are very helpful too. It is a pleasant stay.

Stayed: March 2018, traveled solo
Thank Pooyan R
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Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

Me and my now soon to be Mrs visited this B&B for Valentines Day, when we first arrived, we were able to leave our luggage and go for a wander in the nearby area of Stockport. Shops even though charity were really good and must go back to them. Once back at the B&B, we found that the room although rather small had an alright sized bed. Loved the TV with built in DVD player. Getting to the city of Edinburgh was not too bad either. Buses which we found more out about the second day were quite frequent and not too badly priced either. Only downside is the distance. Breakfast in the B&B was another let down, cereal was good and so was juice but the pastries were rather stale and hard and the coffee was not the greatest either. Didn't help matters that the breakfast area was in the same area as check-in and felt rather cramped and almost like you were being watched. I did enjoy the scenery outside with the cobblestone but our room didn't have an amazing view but altogether not too bad for a couple of nights but not anymore than that

Stayed: February 2018, traveled as a couple
1  Thank Catriona H
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Reviewed 14 February 2018

Small and old fashioned room but spotless clean .Owner very nice and told us the quickest way to princess street and also gave us a map and his to take .ok for the money we paid and not very far from princes street.Stockbridge high street is worth a visit

Stayed: February 2018
Thank billp572015
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Reviewed 17 January 2018 via mobile

I know there’s some bad reviews about this b&b. But I really enjoyed my stay. Stockbridge is a beautiful place and to get the most of the area you will need to stay for a couple of days at least.

The b&b was in an ideal area. A few minutes away from the shops/restaurants. It was like stepping back in time. The buildings were Georgian and full of character.

I stayed in room no1. It was a bit of a climb up to the 3rd floor. But the room was nice. A double bed, desk, fireplace, tv and small wardrobe. It was clean and tidy and the ensuite wasn’t bad.

You were left to yourself and told that the keys just needed to be left in the bowl by the door in departure. So you had free run and just felt like your own place.

The breakfast offered was continental. But you only need to walk down the road for some traditional or trendy eateries. It’s better to try the local restaurants anyway.

The only downside I had, was the noise from the road. The windows aren’t double glazed, so let the cold and the noise in. It’s just the cars going over the cobbles outside. And was -2 when I stayed that night. The heater was on max. But didn’t pump out. As soon as I realised there were blankets, I was fine on the 2nd night.

I would definitely visit again. It’s easy to get into town. The buses run frequently and it’s only £4 for a day rider. £8 for a taxi. But you’ll be shocked how close you are. You can walk into the centre of Edinburgh. If you don’t mind a steep hill.

I had dinner at Antiquary. It was a lovely traditional place on St Stephen’s Street. The shops are mostly charity shops. But you get a good selection. I got a medium sized suitcase for £5.

If you’re staying during the spring/summer there’s a lovely walk by the river.

If you want to stay somewhere cheap, just to rest your head. It’s a good place to stay.

Stayed: January 2018, traveled solo
1  Thank Kate S
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Reviewed 16 November 2017 via mobile

Great location for Stockbridge
It would take weeks to try all the cafes
Eateries bars
Hotel simple clean tv coffee facilities staff helpful
A really good inexpensive place to enjoy Edinburgh
I will stay here again
Easy for airport bus
If you like a good 20 minute walk loads of
The best places are accessible

Stayed: November 2017, traveled with friends
Thank Jason P
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