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The Four Sisters Boatel
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Lochrin Basin, Union Canal EH3 9NY Edinburgh United Kingdom
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Description The Four Sisters Boatel
GeneralThe luxurious Boatel is berthed in the heart of Edinburgh, just minutes from Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile. The boatel is a permanently moored wide-beamed barge measuring 55 ft by 10 ft 6', sleeping up to 4 adults and two children comfortably. It offers excellent self-catering holiday accommodation.SurroundingAreaThe Boatel is tucked away in Edinburgh city centres Lochrin Basin and accessed via Lower Gilmore Place at Tollcross making it a superb base for exploring the delights Edinburgh has to offer.AreaDetailsFrom Edinburgh Airport, take the A8 through Corstophine to Haymarket Terrace and follow signs for the city centre. Continue on Shandwick Place and make a right turn onto Lothian Road. Continue on Lothian road, following signs for the A702. At the top of Lothian Road/Earl Grey Street there is a junction with 3 forks, take the right-hand lane onto Home Street (A702). Once on Home Street, take the right-hand lane and turn right onto Gilmore Place (the King's Theatre will be on your left). Drive on for about 100 metres and you will see Gilmore Place Church on your left. Take the right-hand turn onto Lower Gilmore Place immediately opposite.RoomInformationThe boatel offers two double cabins with Plasma TV and DVD´s as well as a recess with bunk beds and a Lounge with bed-settee and Plasma TV with free view channels.
- The Four Sisters Boatel
- Lochrin Basin, Union Canal
- EH3 9NYEdinburgh
- United Kingdom
- Telephone: +44(131)7762476367
- Official Homepage
Room features The Four Sisters Boatel
- Bathroom with shower
- Ironing board
- Windows that open
- Central heating
- Tea/ coffee facilities
- Air conditioning
- Cosmetic mirror
- Small lounge
- DVD player/ Video recorder
- Stereo system/ CD player
- WiFi in the rooms
- Kitchen/ Kitchenette
Hotel features The Four Sisters Boatel
- Express check-in/ out
- TV lounge
- Pets allowed
- Child/ Baby Cot
- Non-smoking rooms
- PC with Internet
- Deck chairs/ Sun loungers
- WiFi in Lobby
- Balcony/ Terrace
- Bike Rental
- Boats to Rent
- Volleyball/ Beach Volleyball
- Archery/ Shooting
- Golf Course
- Fitness/ Aerobics
- Running/ Rollerblading track
- Horse riding
- Indoor tennis court
- Tennis court
- Hiking trail
- Table Tennis
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