Edinburgh townhouse treat with a cool urban edge.
Set on a leafy Georgian terrace, The Bonham is a chic Edinburgh boutique hotel whose 18th century exterior belies its coolly contemporary vibe.
Quiet leafy location close to all the city's big attractions. • Great Edinburgh style.• A relaxing vibe with plenty of buzz.
Hit the spot
On a leafy crescent in Edinburgh's West End.
The Consulting Room Bar is just the place for cocktails or afternoon tea. There's also a great restaurant. Complimentary guest car parking is another big plus.
Good to know
You'll love all the bold contemporary artworks.
Minimum StayTwo nights at weekends
ClosedOpen all year
ParkingThere is (limited) complimentary guest parking at the rear of the hotel.
AirportEdinburgh - seven miles
TrainEdinburgh Haymarket station – 1 mile
PetsWelcome in certain rooms.
ChildrenWelcome. Extra beds and baby cots available on request.
LocationDrumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh, Lothian, EH3 7RN, United Kingdom
Rooms and suites
46 rooms and two suites.
Individually decorated rooms have free internet access, Molton Brown smellies, an eTV entertainment system, hospitality tray and minibar.
Check out the Superior room with its gorgeous copper bath, or one of the Luxury suites with their huge bathrooms.
The Luxury suites have bay windows over the gardens and bathrooms big enough to party in.
Eat & Drink
Cooking is French with added zest in The Bonham’s coolly minimal restaurant, where chef Michel Bouyer uses seasonal Scottish produce to reinterpret French classics with style. There’s also an excellent wine list. Treat yourself to the roasted scallops with pig trotter croquettes and langoustine ravioli, or for something lighter try the grilled sea bream with vegetable stir fry.
Breakfast is served until 10:00. Try an array of Scottish treats at The Bonham: smoked west coast salmon, haggis, kippers or kedgeree, besides hams, cheese, fruits and chocolate croissants.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
Take a walk around Edinburgh Castle and gaze over the city's rooftops from its lofty ramparts. Wander down the Royal Mile to Holyrood House, or divert to the National Gallery of Scotland – home to a wealth of famous Scottish and international art, from Da Vinci to Tracy Emin.