23 Mayfield Gardens Newington, Edinburgh, Lothian EH9 2BX - United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 01316675806
** Latest Check In through reception is at 20:00 However if you need to arrive later than this please specify what time you will be arriving and a key can be left out for you**
23 Mayfield - Award Winning Boutique Guest House awaits you in Edinburgh...
Whatever the reason for your visit to Edinburgh, we are sure you will find our Edinburgh guest house offers the best in Scottish hospitality, with comfortable accommodation in an accessible area of Edinburgh.
23 Mayfield was built in 1868 during the reign of Queen Victoria and is typical of the traditional architecture of its period. All rooms are uniquely decorated with handcrafted solid mahogany furniture according to the theme of the room. 23 Mayfield has a Club Room in which you can relax and unwind on our Chesterfield furniture, have a game of chess on a Georgian chess board ,or on our hand made oversized Connect Four and a selection of old and rare books some dating as far back as 1740s, cds and a laptop all for guest use.
We hope you enjoy your stay at 23 Mayfield and your visit to Edinburgh. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay more enjoyable. Your hosts are Ross Birnie and family.
23 Mayfield is a family run Victorian detached guest house situated one mile from Edinburgh City Centre. Within the 19th century exterior you will find quality cornicing and many more original features. The accommodation has all you need for a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere.
23 Mayfield situated on the main bus route into Edinburgh city centre. The guest house offers easy access to many places of interest such as Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish Parliament and Princes Street, which are all within a one mile radius.
Whatever the reason for your visit to Edinburgh, we are sure you will find our guest house offers the best in Scottish hospitality, with comfortable accommodation in a quiet yet accessible area of Edinburgh.
23 Mayfield is recommended by celebrated travel writer Rick Steves in his latest publication 'Europe Through the Back Door'. 23 Mayfield has also been added to the Let's Go guide's list of recommended Edinburgh guest houses. The Guest House has now been added to the famous 'Le Guide Du Routard' as recommended accommodation in Edinburgh.
We endeavour to make our rooms as comfortable as possible. All rooms have solid mahogany furniture hand carved, are of good size, pocket sprung mattress with high quality linen bedsheets and bathrobes, equipped with central heating, ensuite bathrooms, large LCD TVs, coffee table and chairs, writing desk, radio/alarms, Seakelp toiletries, hair driers and hospitality trays which contains fresh coffee and cafetière and a selection of teas with Borders biscuits. Also available for guests is an Xbox. Our family room also has a Nintendo Wii.
For overseas visitors the term twin means two single beds, and this type of room is suitable for 2 people. A double room means one standard size double bed, again suitable for 2 people. A single person occupying a double/twin room will incur a surcharge. The family rooms have 1 double bed (king-size) and 1 - 3 single beds, suitable for up to a total of 5 people.
Also available our Jacobean 4-poster bed all hand carved solid mahogany furniture with ensuite, Bose-wave cd radio alarm clock with classical cd collection Egyptian cotton linen and bathrobes.
Your own set of keys will ensure access at all times.
Edinburgh is rightly regarded as one of the finest cities in the World. And no wonder, with its fascinating history, unique heritage, ancient buildings, dramatic scenery, countless attractions, lively nightlife, first-rate shopping, not to mention the famous Scottish hospitality of its friendly population.
The city of Edinburgh is often voted by its residents as' the best place to live in Britain'. Dramatic contours, long surviving buildings, breathtaking views, green hills, wide water and a manageable sized city centre have encouraged a truly cosmopolitan population that has produced a diverse cultural identity. The city is a thrilling place!
Culminating in August's festival it offers year-round, sophisticated entertainment in hundreds of small performance venues. Edinburgh castle, King Arthur's seat and a labyrinth of tunnels and dungeons provide similar excitement for history buffs whilst those simply looking for a place to shop in fine style will not be disappointed either.
One of the trendiest parts of town is Leith. There are many restaurants, bars and now the Ocean Terminal where you can see the Royal Yacht Britannia.