Welcome to Sonas Guest House, Edinburgh
Sonas Guest House, one of Edinburgh's best "Bed and Breakfast" (B&B) establishments, is a converted 19th century Victorian Villa, built in the 1870's for the directors of the Railway. It offers the charm of 19th Century Edinburgh with 21st Century amenities.
The guest house is ideally situated on the south side of Edinburgh City being located on a quiet side street close to Arthur's Seat (Edinburgh's extinct vulcano), Holyrood Park, Scottish Parliament, Dynamic Earth, the Royal Commonwealth Pool, University of Edinburgh Kings Buildings, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh Medical School, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Royal Observatory, Prestonfield House, the Festival Theatre, The Queens' Hall and a short bus ride away, Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin and the Moredun Research Institute.
Edinburgh, being a famous capital city, is awash with restaurants, bars, clubs and a broad variety of shops so what ever your interest you are sure to have a wonderful and enjoyable time.
Bed and Breakfast
At the Sonas Guest House all bedrooms (single, double, twin, or triple/family) are en-suite, most with the luxury of a bath and shower. They are centrally heated, well appointed and all have Multi Channel Flat screen TV with DVD and I Pod facility. We offer complimentary beverages.
Both Wifi and Private Parking are free and there is a no smoking policy throughout the guest house.
Full Scottish breakfasts are served in our attractive dining room so you are well prepared to explore the 1000 years of history that awaits you on our doorstep.
If you are coming to Edinburgh for a short break, extended holiday or business trip we are sure we can offer you a warm welcome and accommodation at excellent value for money. (For prices please check availability.)
Take a moment to have a look around our site and please feel free to telephone, e mail or use the direct booking box.. We look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh.
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