A Georgian Residence at No. 11 Moray Place

Address: 11 Moray Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 6DT , United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the New Town area of Edinburgh, is near Georgian House, Dean Village, Charlotte Square, and West Register House.
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    A travel blog entry by adventureingenu on Nov 05, 2015

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    ... flights of stairs, and while really very comfortable, I realized that perhaps my time working in and staying in luxury hotels has ruined my ability to stay in hostels... Quite plainly, the room smelled. Bad. I don't think the comforter had been washed in a long time. Thank god I had a large window to let in clean, very cold air. I immediately realized that I would be spending very little time in my room, which is the point of a hostel, I guess. I had arrived on Thursday, the night of ...

    Day 29: St. Andrews and Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by creeky on Aug 03, 2015

    We were ready to leave for our 4 hr drive to Edinburgh via St Andrews at 9am. We drove through the lovely highlands of Scotland in some typical Scottish rain, which reminded me of scenes of the fields of Winterfell from "Game of Thrones". We continued on our journey and arrived at the St Andrews golf course, where I was able to see the "old course" and the club rooms of "The Royal and Ancient Gold Club of St Andrews", where a ...

    Edinburgh - Simply Stunning

    A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Apr 15, 2015

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    ... the state rooms and entertaining spaces, used previously by other royals and also now by the Queen on her visit to Holyroodhouse.

    Following the Palace, we visited the the Scottish Parliament. Newly opened in 2004, it was quite a contrast from the traditional Westminster Houses (British Parliament), built hundreds and hundreds of years ago. Architecturally designed to be one of the most ...

    Day 9 - Museum of Scotland

    A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 09, 2015

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    ... Castle. It can be quite steep in places, and can take quite a bit of effort when you're walking! I found a lovely little cafe to have and early lunch at (and a hot chocolate with marshmallows to warm up!) and spent another little while people watching.

    Just around the corner from the cafe is the National Museum of Scotland. It's a fascinating place, and one of my favourites of all the museums I've been to. Unfortunately, ...

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    A travel blog entry by emseale on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... by Ronnie who was so knowledgeable in his explanations of Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots and her son James VI and first. He led the group to the top of the castle where we had incredible views of the city and we were then able to tour around a bit on our own. We saw the Scottish Crown Jewels last on the head of Charles the second which were then lost for over a hundred years until found by Sir Walter Scott (quite the ...