Four Sisters Boatel Edinburgh
“his was such a lovely trip, Natalie gave a lovely welcome. The family loved the boat. So comfortable and had everything there u would need. Even straighteners much to my girls delight!”
Did you know that you could stay in a boat-hotel, or boatel, instead of a standard hotel?
These gorgeous houseboats on the Union Canal in Edinburgh is a stunning example of making the most of your space. Ideal for up to 8 travellers, these 4 star houseboats are a great place to stay for those that have a thriving sense of adventure. Here’s all you need to know to make it happen.
This Edinburgh boatel makes a great city break in Scotland and not just because it’s a little different. It’s a comfortable space which easily sleeps 6 total. Kids and pets are both welcome. The second boat sleeps up to 8. The communal space seats the full family with a flat-screen TV. They’ve even added tea and coffee makers in each room.
The mooring space makes for a nice terrace and there is room aboard the boat to sit outdoors. Best of all, this boat is right next to the shopping of Prince’s Street, beneath Edinburgh Castle itself.
- Where: Edinburgh, Scotland
- When: Ocotber 2023.
- Hotel: Four Sisters.
- Room Type: Deluxe houseboat.
- Guests: 6 Adults
- Board Type: Self Catering
2 nights £580 / 6 people sharing =£97pp
- Dates: 31st October – 2nd November 2023
- Edinburgh is a fantastic destination
- Moored in the Lochrin Basin
- Lounge which seats 6
- 2 bedroom cabins suitable for 4 sharing
- Children’s bunk beds for another 2
- Laundry facilities on site
- Shower room
- Terrace area
- Tea and coffee making in both rooms
- 9.7/10 stars for 2 people sharing
- Upmarket area of Edinburgh Quay
- Free WiFi
- They allow pets
- Non-smoking rooms
- Suitable for families
- Parking included
- 2nd Boat sleeps 8
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