Abbot's House Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbbot's House Hotel Edinburgh
Abbots House in near the wharf area in Leith, a suburb about 3km south of Edinburgh. It is an old guesthouse that has seen better days. Our room has an ensuite (as long as you don't want to get 2 people in it). There is a skylight that doesn't have a cover. When I reported this I was told that they knew about the problem and would fix it tomorrow (which they didn't). I am not sure why they didn't fix it before we got here.
The breakfast was OK but not as good as those at the other places we have stayed at in the UK.
Abbots rated as 3 star on Bookings.com. I am surprised that they got such a high rating.
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