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All reviewsthe pubname suggestsfire escapetown and surrounding areaedinburgh suitebus stationhappily stay here againbreakfast was includedfirst floorsmall issuefish finger sandwicha lovely young ladymissed breakfaststayed here for one nightroom was spaciousvisited clitheroestaff were efficient
I was one of a group of seven who stayed over at the Inn at the Station after a wedding at Eaves Hall.
We checked in late afternoon, just to leave our luggage, and the staff appeared nice and helpful. We were told that we...More
Stayed in the York room, which was pleasantly large and airy, and nicely appointed. However, the room was booked for 2 people and there was only towels for one. One bottle of water, one packet of biscuits and poor beverage choice. The bathroom left a...More
Had the scampi and chips and it was very good above the usual pub grub standard, and the peas were decent rather than the usual dried out ones served in pubs. Had a range of options on the menu. Nice inside with a resturanty sitting...More
Do not!!! I repeat to do not touch anything in the hotel. Especially the candlesticks. We broke one and we're charged an extra £100 by the so called Manager. Added an extra £13 for a missing laundry basket that we were accused of abducting. Such...More
The Inn at the Station is ideally situated in the middle of town. They have car parking for residents and when it looked rather difficult for me to find a space for my Discovery, the nice girl behind the bar went out in the rain...More