Drumorne Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDrumorne Guest House Edinburgh
Probably equivalent to a 3 star motel with regards to the fittings and facilities, however it is perfect for our purpose. We have had 4nights in a Family Room during the peak festival season for £125 a night including continental breakfast.
Bus leaves from right outside your door. The bus costs £3.50 per adult and £2 per child per day, so if you are only using the buses to get in and out of the city you should consider this part of your accommodation costs when comparing it. However, the bus system in Edinburgh is the best I've seen, buses e wry 10 minutes, everywhere, so this is also a cheap way to get around.
My favorite thing is access to fresh air, I hate air conditioned motel rooms, so it was perfect to have the window open.
Good, neat, clean and no fuss.
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