Garfield Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Garfield Guest House Edinburgh
Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... where our driver Mark was waiting. We sat near the back. Globus does a skip seat rotation. Each day you move back or forward (depending on which side of the bus on which you are sitting) two rows. Our guide also reviewed about the optional excursions and rules of the trip which I had thought we were going to do last night at the welcome reception, not on the bus. Because of the bicycle race, we skipped the city tour and will pick that up when we return in 10 days. Our ...
... tour guide' is moving the image around with a huge pole that goes all the way up to the top of a huge needle-looking thing. It was magnificent!
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
The first thing we did that is interesting enough to make it in to this journal was we went to a castle. A few words to describe this castle would be beautiful, well built, defensive (it had many cannons and strong wooden/metal doors and gates), ...
... s just not as much fun.
As for the rain I experienced on this trip, well, what can I say?? In all the years I have been on bikes I don't think I have ever experienced as much rain as I experienced that day from Luxembourg to Switzerland. With the roads flooded as they were that day it was quite scary riding at speed in all that water. Go too fast and one worries that the bike may just aquaplane and going to slow means you will soon get a massive truck riding up your backside ...
... within the exit poles. On one side is William Wallace and the other the King.
I've only scratched the surface in what you can see here. Being here 2 days wasn't enough to see everything. It is definitely one place I want to see more of and plan a return trip. Considering my Joshua didn't come with me, it's an excuse to return to show him the amazing city that Edinburgh truly is.
Tomorrow i'm off to St Andrew Golf town on the way to the highlands.
... when we outgrew the sweater, it was unraveled again and
something else knit again. As for the
rest of the sheep my butcher told me that most lamb meat (but rarely mutton) is
largely shipped to the EU. Scots,
according to a recent article in the newspaper, only eat lamb on an average of
6 times a year! Sheep farming doesn’t
seem like a very profitable business, but then again, what do I know!
Other places to stay in Edinburgh
New Town, Edinburgh | 4 star b&bfrom $97
Restalrig, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $66
Duddingston, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $99
Corstorphine, Edinburgh | 3 star b&bfrom $119
Old Town, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $462
- Book now!!
- Interesting, but hardly luxury.
Old Town, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $134
- Fantastic Stay in Edinburgh!
- Loved the Location
- Gracious retreat
Liberton, Edinburgh | 4 star b&bfrom $116
- Tried the rest i found the best
- Feel Good Factor, probably the best guest house in Edinburgh.
- So good
New Town, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $138
- You'll fall in love with Gerald!
- Great host, great location
- A unique B&B with a unique host!
New Town, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $78
Haymarket, Edinburgh | 4 star b&bfrom $150
- Best place to stay in Edinburgh!!
- Scottish Hospitality at its best
- Most welcoming B&B
Prestonfield, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $124
Murrayfield, Edinburgh | 4 star b&bfrom $108
- Wonderful place to stay in Edinburgh
- The Beverely was great!
- I highly recommend it!
7 Nivensknowe Road, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $83
Prestonfield, Edinburgh | 4 star b&bfrom $99
Prestonfield, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $123
Prestonfield, Edinburgh | 3 star b&bfrom $107
Leith, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $124
Leith, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $132
31a Nelson Street, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $80
Prestonfield, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $108
New Town, Edinburgh | B&Bfrom $332