Ardgarth Guest House

Address: 1 St Mary's Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH15 2QF , United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Joppa area of Edinburgh, is near Parliament Visitor Center, Portobello Beach, One Spa, and Jenner's.
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    ... at Waverley Bridge, I walked back over to St Andrew Square to go on another tour which I was told took in more of Old Town and had a very humorous tour guide, which was an understatement. The tour showcased the multilevel nature of the Old Town of Edinburgh - for example, the North Bridge, which appears to just be a street lined with shops, is actually a bridge, since it passes right over the Cowgate (a street that was once used to ...

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