Bed and Breakfast

Bed and breakfast accommodation
in a family home in Morningside.
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1 Tipperlinn Road

Number One
Tipperlinn Road

With gardens on three sides, Number One was one of the first houses to be built in Tipperlinn Road in the 1880's, and shares with some of its neighbours a grand Graeco-Italianate style, Tuscan order entrance and the air of a house in the country.

It is the family home of Bolette Nason who warmly welcome guests to stay for bed and breakfast. There is a generous sense of space, the rooms are large and all have windows looking onto the garden in the front. There are more gardens at the back of the house, and guests are welcome to wander round them.

Buses take 10 to 15 minutes to get to Princes Street and the centre of Edinburgh, though in the evenings you might want stay and eat at one of the restaurants, or the well-known pub The Canny Man, in Morningside itself.


Bedroom Bathroom

Left and right;
Twin bedroom with private bathroom: bath, shower above, basin and wc.

Bedroom Bathroom

Left and right;
Double bedroom with private bathroom en-suite, with bath, shower above, basin and wc.


Breakfast table

Breakfast is in the Dining Room.

Bolette makes a cooked breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausages, mushrooms, etc., and there is tea, coffee, toast, orange juice, cereals and prunes and yoghurt.


"Such a gracious, warm and joyful introduction to Scotland..."
Walton, Plahutnik, Iowa, USA

"Lovely, peaceful, friendly"
Preece, UK

from £37.50 to from £50.00 per person per night based on
two people sharing a room, and including breakfast.

Wireless internet access Wi-fi access.

No smoking please.

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To enquire or to book:


Tanar in the garden.

Please contact:
Bolette Nason

1 Tipperlinn Road
Edinburgh, EH10 5ET
Scotland, UK

Tel: 0131 447 6689 or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 131 447 6689

Please tell Bolette you found her B&B at Tipperlinn Road through About Scotland!

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