Welcome to Scotland!
Have you always dreamed of visiting “bonnie” Scotland? With traditional tartans, ancient castles, delightful whiskey tours, beautiful scenery and a rich and diverse history, Scottish vacations to Edinburgh have a lot to offer travelers both near and far.
No Scottish vacations would be complete without visiting Scotland’s vibrant capital, Edinburgh. Admire the Crown Jewels at Edinburgh Castle, discover the ancient underground streets at The Real Mary King’s Close or relax in our bar with a whiskey and some shortbread. If you are looking for the perfect Scottish vacations to trace your ancestry, then we are also more than happy to offer guidance in building your family tree.
Location, location, location
The Parliament House Hotel is also perfectly located in the heart of Edinburgh, close enough to all the major local attractions, yet conveniently tucked away around the corner from Edinburgh’s famous (not to mention bustling) Princes Street. Located at the foot of the historic Calton Hill, staying at the Parliament House Hotel puts you in the heart of this ancient city.
Steeped in history
When visiting a historic city it is only fitting that you stay in a historic hotel. The Parliament House Hotel is made up of two quirky Edinburgh townhouses that date as far back as 1760. A short walk in any direction sets you on a voyage of history and heritage like never before. Contact us for a tailored itinerary if you’d like to tour the area, or use our Edinburgh Guide to navigate your way around an unforgettable Scottish vacation.
Scottish vacations made easy
We can accommodate a number of different room requirements; just get in touch for more details. Our standard room options include:
- Single: $143 to $244 a night
- Double/Twin: $160 to $337 a night
- Suite: $236 to $421 a night
Our 53-room hotel also has a welcoming restaurant that serves up classic Scottish dishes such as our haggis ball appetiser, rib eye steak entrée and Scottish berry pavlova dessert. Finish off a traditional Scottish dinner with an age-old Scottish tradition – a “nip” of Scotch whiskey to complete your mouth-watering meal. Click here to book your table