Consider staying in the city for a a few days before or after your tour. I'll pick you up at the station or airport* and take you to your hotel and meet you again when you are ready to start your tour of the Highlands. When you are ready I'll take you to back to the station or airport. If you can't pull yourself away from the nightlife consider a day tour of Edinburgh or further afield.
Even if you are not planning to use Black Kilt Tours feel free to book any accommodation listed using the links provided -it helps pay for the running costs of the website.
The Gayfield Square house is infact the whole ground floor of a traditional Georgian house with private garden set back from a leafy square at the east end of the Georgian New Town and a stones throw from Princes Street.
Since June 2008. we have lovingly restored and renovated this gracious Victorian townhouse to create a home for guests we are extremely proud of. Summer 2009 we were awarded the coveted 5th star by Visit Scotland and then 2011 we were awarded the prestigious 5 star Gold award and again each year to date. Our delicious breakfast are a real treat, (read our unbiassed reviews on trip adviser) with Paul creating a different special everyday using the best of ingredients, locally sourced and brought to your table with the love and a smile!
Offers stylish modern living for the gay male traveller. Conveniently located close to the gay quarter - You are steps away from the bars, cafes and nightlife. Edinburgh's famous Princes Street is a short walk away, as are many of the city's most popular visitor attractions. Proudly gay-owned and operated.
Spacious Edwardian house built in the early 1900’s, now a friendly and 3* stylish guest house run by David (Scottish) and Yoka (Dutch) offering quality bed and breakfast accommodation in central Edinburgh.
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Situated at the East End of Princes Street, moments from Waverley Station, the luxurious Apex Waterloo Place is a 4 star deluxe hotel with a rich history. Built in 1819, the property combines traditional Georgian features with contemporary design. With 187 spacious rooms and suites, Elliot’s Bar and Restaurant, conference centre and relaxing 'Yu Time' leisure area with pool, sauna and gym. Based in the fashionable New Town area, it the perfect base to enjoy Edinburgh’s main shopping district and Pink Triangle.