Edinburgh Haddington Place

About About this youth hostel

Available from mid-July to the beginning of September, our Edinburgh Haddington Place Youth Hostel is a modern accommodation complex close to Edinburgh Central Youth Hostel. Great if you're looking for a place to stay during Edinburgh's summer festivals, including the popular Fringe.

Contemporary and spacious, Edinburgh Haddington Place comprises 143 en-suite single rooms, with large, comfortable beds and plenty of storage.

The hostel is perfectly located to connect you to everything Edinburgh has to offer. Train and bus stations are a ten minute walk away. You can also get the tram from Edinburgh Airport into town and we're five minutes downhill from the last stop.

Edinburgh Haddington Place has everything you need and more: high speed WiFi, laundry, bicycle storage and an on-site team available 24 hours a day to assist with your enquiries and ensure you have a great stay in our capital city.

Please note there are no self-catering facilities available at Edinburgh Haddington Place Youth Hostel, we offer room accommodation only. Breakfast, dinner and light snacks are available at Edinburgh Central Youth Hostel, a two minute walk from Edinburgh Haddington Place. Check out the facilities tab below for more information.

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Edinburgh Haddington Place

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34B, 35 and 37-40 Haddington Place, Edinburgh EH7 4AG Get Directions

Facilities & Services

Season

17th July - 2nd September

Reception Hours

07:00 - 23:00

Check in

From 15:00

Check out

10:00am

Access Hours

24 hours (For security reasons, the door locks at midnight. Please advise in advance if you are to arrive to check in after 23.00. Checked in guests can access the building after this time using their

Amenities

Free Wifi

Private Rooms Available

En Suite Rooms Available

Self Catering Kitchen

Complimentary Tea and Coffee available in Self Catering Kitchen

Lounge/TV Room

Laundry Room

Towel Hire Available

Shopping Nearby

Access with limited mobility

Suitable for wheelchair users with assistance

Suitable for Wheelchair Users

Parking - Charges Apply (nearby or onsite)

Guest Reviews

Reasons to visit

More than just Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to one of the world's most famous summer festivals. One of the UK's most popular tourist destinations, Edinburgh boasts a plethora of world-class visitor attractions including a number which are free: the National Museum of Scotland, Royal Botanic Gardens, Scottish National Gallery, St Giles Cathedral, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the Scottish Parliament Visitor Centre. Many attractions also offer regular free guided tours.

From film locations to museums and galleries, fantastic shopping, a vibrant nightlife and fine or relaxed dining - you can even climb Arthur's Seat, an extinct volcano! Add to this the spectacular surroundings of the majestic Lothians, or the opportunity to take a rail trip to the Scottish Borders, and you've got a recipe for an unforgettable break.

Whatever you're looking for Edinburgh has it in bundles and will have you coming back for more!

Some experiences not to be missed:

  • Sunrise from Arthur's Seat
  • The Forth Bridges and the new Queensferry Crossing
  • Underground streets of Mary King's Close
  • The Old Town and Royal Mile
  • Lunch in the Grassmarket
  • Royal Yacht Britannia
  • Palace of Holyrood
  • The Elephant House Café (famous from the Harry Potter films)
  • Take in a free performance at the 'Fringe Festival'
  • Whisky tastings!

Look out for free walking tours including: 'Old Town Tour ' and the 'Potter Trail' (muggles welcome).