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Edinburgh hotelA very warm welcome to Spylaw Bank House Bed and Breakfast.
SPYLAW BANK HOUSE is an elegant Georgian home built around 1800 as the farm and dower house for the Gillespie estate.

It enjoys a secluded position in its own walled gardens close to the historic village of Colinton, yet only 3 miles from Edinburgh city centre.

David Martin is pleased to welcome you to the family home where comfort is assured.

You can relax in the original drawing-room with open fire and views of the extensive gardens.

Breakfast is taken in the spacious dining-room with its period features.

Spylaw Bank House Accommodation

There are three double bedrooms, each of which has a private bathroom with bath and/or shower, colour television, tea and coffee trays and every comfort and facility.
Each room is luxuriously appointed with many personal touches and have king-sized, double or twin beds.

Heating can be controlled for personal comfort and all the bathrooms have heated towel rails and hairdryers.
We offer a traditional Scottish breakfast, or you can choose a lighter alternative with home made preserves and fruits.

There are many excellent eating places in Edinburgh and we have numerous local restaurants and public houses suitable for evening meals.
Spylaw Bank House is ideally situated for people with business in and around Edinburgh, as well as a base for sightseeing in the City and touring Scotland.

We are a ten minute drive from the airport and only minutes from the city by-pass and motorways. For exploring Edinburgh we suggest visitors leave their cars in the private parking area within our grounds and take the 15 minute bus journey into the centre.

Edinburgh is an ideal base for discovering Scotland, its history and scenery. The Borders, Fife and St. Andrews, Glasgow, the West Coast and the Highlands are all within a day's drive, and there are many organised tours available.

Amenities in the local area include golf courses, fishing, pony trekking and walking. The ever helpful staff at Spylaw Bank House are always happy to give information about the city and local activities.

Email Spylaw Bank House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com