Edinburgh city centre hotel break with meal, breakfast and a bottle of Bubbly from £109
With this city break you’re in the midst of Edniburgh’s popular attractions with the Festival Theatre across the road, the National Museum just around the corner, the famous Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace are all a 15 to 20 minute walk away.
And if you’re into views and feeling a bit energetic, carry on and take the path up Arthur’s Seat and enjoy superb views of the city from the top of Edinburgh’s ancient volcano.
- Overnight stay for 2 people in a Deluxe Room
- Full Scottish breakfast
- £30 dining credit per person (food only)
- Bottle of champagne on arrival (worth £29)
- Late checkout until 1pm (worth £30)
- Valid Sun-Fri until 20 Mar, 2016; £129 Sat
The Ten Hill Place Hotel hosts stylish bedrooms and bathrooms, there’s also a range of welcoming and comfortable public areas, plus the 10 Wine Bar where you can choose from an extensive selection of wines. Settle down with your favourite glass of wine and relax and enjoy the atmosphere that’s accompanied by a live pianist on Thursday-Sunday nights.
The hotel’s No.10 Restaurant holds an AA Rosette for culinary excellence plus a Taste of Scotland Award.
The menu is excellent and centred on local, seasonal produce with mouth watering dishes such as smoked Ayrshire ham hock with coddled hens egg and green pea veloute, fillet of Scotch beef, braised shin, savoy cabbage and butter mash or chocolate cremeux, peanut butter ice cream and salted popcorn.
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