May 6, 2013 :
Earlier this year we have discussed all the things Edinburgh has to offer in the first part of 2013, now we will give you an update of what to expect in the second part. In the midst of summer July is the month of the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues festi ...
Moya M.Really enjoyed our stay at the Walton. The room was small but very high quality, clean and a very comfortable bed! The staff were very friendly and helpful! Well worth the money was great value! Would definitely stay there again.
Rachel RogersSuperb accommodation, lovely room very clean and spacious. Excellent choice for breakfast. Good location about 10 mins walk from Princes Street which was ideal. Excellent value for money and will definitely be returning :-)
C McCallWould recommend this guesthouse. Good value for money considering the location, staff very helpful, their knowledge of even the smallest places in Edinburgh was excellent.
At The Walton we’re committed to ensuring your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. We offer a number of room types to accommodate all visitors, whether travelling on your own or in a larger group.
Several languages aside from English are spoken at The Walton, including German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Polish and Russian.
All our rooms are newly refurbished and decorated to a high standard. Features include:
Learn more about our rooms here.
The Walton offers guests travelling by car free on-site parking – spaces are limited to 6 cars on a first come first served basis. Please find further information on guest parking here.
Our address in Edinburgh’s historic New Town: 79 Dundas Street, EH3 6SD
How to find your way to the guest house:
Ø Arriving by train: The train station closest to The Walton is Edinburgh Waverley. Please leave the train station through the Princes Street/Waverley Steps exit. Once on Princes Street, please head west (away from the big clock tower, towards the gothic Scott’s Monument). Turn right onto Hanover Street, and keep walking for about 10 minutes. Hanover Street will turn into Queen Street Gardens East, which in turn will lead to Dundas Street. We are on the right side of the street, on the corner of Dundas and Cumberland Street.
Ø Arriving by plane: Lothian Buses operate an Airlink-Service connecting the city centre with Edinburgh Airport. The Airlink Bus, number 100, departs every 10 minutes from outside the main terminal building (during the night it runs less often). The journey into Edinburgh city centre will take approx. 30 minutes. Please alight from the bus at its Princes Street stop and head east, walk towards the gothic Scott’s Monument. Turn left onto Hanover Street, and keep walking for about 10 minutes. Hanover Street will turn into Queen Street Gardens East, which in turn will lead to Dundas Street. We are on the right side of the street, on the corner of Dundas and Cumberland Street.
Please note that due to diversions currently in place, you will need to get off the bus on George Street, turn onto Hanover Street and simply keep walking down the hill.
Ø Arriving by bus: Head north when exiting Edinburgh Bus Station. Once on Queen Street, please head west, towards the National Portrait Gallery. Pass the Gallery and turn right into Queen Street Gardens East, which in turn will lead to Dundas Street. We are on the right side of the street, on the corner of Dundas and Cumberland Street.
Ø Driving into Edinburgh: There are different directions from which to approach the city centre. We recommend consulting Google Maps to get detailed instructions on how to get to Dundas Street from where you’re travelling. If you’ve got a Sat Nav please enter our post code, which is EH3 6SD.