Situated in Edinburgh's New Town, our guest house allows you to experience the elegance of a bygone age by staying in an 1820s Town House which was designed by the celebrated architect, William Playfair. Recently refurbished in a range of pastel shades, our rooms have a bright and warm quality about them. Hanover House is less than one mile's walk from Waverley Railway Station, the National Gallery of Scotland and Princes Street in the very centre of Edinburgh. Prices from: £40 per person/night
Our accomodation comprises of 3 double bedrooms, one family room and one twin room, which are all en-suite. Each room has TV with tea and coffee making facilities. Blending in well with the Georgian tone of the house, our dining room has a modern design with wooden flooring and cast iron features.
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Children are welcome. Hanover House is a non smoking establishment. Hairdryer and ironing facilities available.
Designed in 1822 by the eminent architect William Henry Playfair (1789-1857), work began on Windsor Street the following year and the street was used as the template for Royal Terrace. Windsor Street itself comprises of a central two storey building with a basement, fluted Greek Doric columns at the main door and a continuous iron balcony along the 1st floor. The original railings are still in place, unlike many that were removed during World War Two to make munitions.
With a historic building, excellent facilities and a central location, Hanover House is the ideal base for your stay in Edinburgh. Prices from: £40 per person/night