Spacious public rooms on the ground and first floors lead to twenty two en-suite bedrooms all serviced by an elevator. The rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard with views of Edinburgh castle to the front and the Kingdom of Fife to the rear.
The Victorian Dining room is open for breakfast, where you can relax and enjoy a traditional Scottish feast. It is requested that if you have a late arrival please notify the hotel.
Melvin House was built in 1883 by renouned architect Sidney Mitchell for John Ritchie Findley, founder of our National Newspaper 'The Scotsman'. In the 1930?s the building served as residence to the young ladies of Queen Margaret College ?Domestic Science Institute? before being passed to the National Health Service as a Conference Centre in the 1960?s. Now , the House has been transformed to a wonderful Town House Hotel - the elegant public rooms having been restored to their former Victorian Splendour.
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