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Garfield Guest House is a charming, stone terraced property with beautiful panoramic views of Edinburgh. It offers cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi, free parking and a full Scottish breakfast, within 10 minutes’ walk of the Royal Botanic Gardens. Rooms at the house are bright and spacious and all include a flat-screen Freeview TV, tea and coffee making facilities and an en suite or external private bathroom. Hairdryers and irons are available upon request. The Garfield offers a variety of cooked breakfasts made with high quality, locally sourced produce. Vegetarian options are available and all dishes are served with fresh fruit, juices, cereals and toast. Edinburgh Tourist Buses stop right outside the property, which is 1.5 miles from famous Princes Street and Edinburgh Waverley Train Station. Beautiful and lively Leith and Newhaven Harbour are both around 1 mile away. Garfield Guest House also offers free secure parking for motorbikes and bicycles and is 8 miles from Edinburgh Airport.
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