Prestonfield 5* 95%

0131 225 7800
Priestfield Road
EH16 5UT

Prestonfield, Edinburgh 3* 84%

Prestonfield blends opulence and luxury and reflects Edinburgh’s proud history. This 5-star boutique hotel was built in 1867as the home of the home of the city’s Lord Provost. The building has evolved into one of Scotland’s most renowned hotels complete with 23 stylish rooms and suites.

The rooms and suites at Prestonfield can be described in one word, “opulent.” All the rooms look out over the hotel’s own gardens and parklands. The views stretch out onto Arthur’s Seat, Royal Holyrood Park or the ruins of Craigmillar castle.

The rooms exude luxury. They include ensuite bathrooms, plentiful wardrobe space, seating offering real comfort, spacious dining area and dimmable lighting. There are also media cabinets in the rooms complete with large screen plasma TV’s and DVD and CD players. For those guests wanting internet access, either for work, to keep in touch with friends or surf the net free WiFi access is also provided.

The same luxury associated with Prestonfield’s accommodation applies to its dining facilities. The hotel’s Rhubarb restaurant is hailed as one of the most sought after private dining rooms in the Scottish capital. The restaurant offers fine dining at its very best. Aside from its excellent breakfasts, lunches and dinners and the Rhubarb is also recommended for its traditional teas.

The romantic setting of the Prestonfield makes it a much sought after venue for weddings and the secluded grounds are perfect for the traditional post-ceremony photos. Wedding settings available range from private rooms to the larger circular stables. The hotel is also a prime venue for events and ceremonies.

Prestonfield offers free parking while buses just five minutes away provide an easy way to visit Edinburgh’s tourist attractions. Alternatively guests can use the free bicycles available at the hotel.

There is plenty to see and do while visiting. Prestonfield Golf Club is just a short walk from the hotel as is Holyrood Park while Arthur’s Seat is just a mile away.