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Who would not love a place that allows you to explore as many pizzas as you like? All the pizzas at Onesta are of the 6inch-variety that gives you lots of room to experiment. In fact, with their unlimited offers, the floor is open to some binge eating. There is an extensive choice for both vegetarians and meat eaters. Try the broccoli and onions pizza for some fresh and simple flavours. Go a bit indulgent with the four cheese pizza Margherita with basil. This one will leave you stuffed a bit before you head for the next one. The caramelised onions and mushroom is spot on. Bacon lovers will love the bacon and lemony cream cheese pizza. The onion, bacon and arugula pizza too is usually a top favourite on our list of orders. Service is always prompt, full house or not.
This is by far the best value for lodging in Edinburgh. Value aside, there is nothing that Sheila and Bob and their staff could do to make their guests feel more at home. A short and beautiful walk to Princes Street and Waverly Station (15-20 min), the Galloway GH is clean and well decorated. The rooms are a good size. The shared bathroom we had was VERY clean and well maintained...and my wife is picky about this. You'll find the dining room comfortable and the food excellent. Try the kippers with your traditional Scottish breakfast! The servers are friendly and helpful and seem to truly care about their guests. As an example, my wife often gets nauseous in the morning when she has jet lag. We went to eat breakfast, but before we even got our coffee, she needed to go back up and lie down. Very concerned, the server offered to put together a plate of food for me to take up to her, and she asked if there was anything else she could do to help. You won't get that in ANY hotel restaurant anywhere. Only a short walk from Galloway, the Water of the Leith Walkway provides a quiet place to stretch you legs and enjoy a different view of the city. Stop by St Bernard's Well while you are there (http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/lumjS1GAfGH9jw88_GFwXg?feat=directlink). As long as Bob and Sheila will have me, I'll never stay anywhere else while I'm in Edinburgh.
Simply wonderful. Located about 15 minutes from city centre but less than half a block from a well-trafficked bus stop. I never had to wait more than 2 minutes for a bus. A red carpet leads the way up to our room, which has higher ceilings than I've seen in any fancy hotel in the States. Cookies and tea awaited for us when we put down our things. Little to no noise at night, even though the location is close to a major street. The bathrooms are brightly-lit and tidy, with lots of soaps and shampoos for the taking - this might sound like a small thing, but you have no idea how happy it will make you after a tiring day! And lastly, breakfast was delicious and in unlimited supply. I even tried the haggis and did not regret it. I wish that I had more days to stay in Edinburgh at Galloway House.
Located about 15-20 min away from the waverley station. Just after dean bridge. Spotless, warm and comfortable place. Great breakfast, very friendly people. Room size was reasonable and their shared bathroom was very clean. If I visit Edinburgh again, I'll come back to the galloway guest house.
In addition to my stay in the summer of 2006, I stayed here in 1989. Not much had changed, but that's a good thing, as this is a delightful little find on a quiet street just west of the hubub of central city. The stairs are steep, the rooms are small but neat and clean, and the dining room is very attractive. Staff is polite and helpful, as all Scots are. The Scottish breakfast was excellent. Parking can be tricky if you're driving. Ask for restaurant recommendations, as there are a couple near-by that are good and a short walk away. This is a wonderful value in a city of expensive hotels and guest houses.
It is a little far off the beaten path, but across from a lovely park. It makes you feel like you are staying with friends, rather than in the heart of tourist Edinburgh. You can walk or take local buses. The rooms are small, but clean. We had a room with the shared bathroom, but the place is spotless, so that was not a concern. The main eating room is stunning and well decorated with a great view if the park. It has good Scottish/English breakfast, and the staff is helpful. Great value for a big city.