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The Thrums hotel is a very comfortable, centrally located B&B, perfect for a visit to the Edinburgh Fringe, situated on Minto Street, that is very accessible to the city attractions, performers and castle. It is reasonably priced for a short stay. The main areas could...More
We stayed for 3 nights whilst visiting Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. It was in a very convenient location, easy to get to and from by car and with buses outside the door to get us to the railway station when we wanted to travel by...More
We stayed at the Thrums for 7 nights end of July '14'. Very disappointed. The room was dingy, tired and in need of much repair. Half of the secondary glazing was missing paint very dirty as was panelling around room. The bed was clean and...More
I think this place needed updating. I booked a family room, not sure it was. The carpets were a bit grubby and the room was very dark. Not sure who ran the place, however the chap at reception was very pleasant. The bed was also...More
$85 - $165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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From my experience when we stayed here, when you check in, you are given the codes to get in the main doors of either the main house or next door so you can pretty much come and go as you please. Just be respectful of their... More
From my experience when we stayed here, when you check in, you are given the codes to get in the main doors of either the main house or next door so you can pretty much come and go as you please. Just be respectful of their guests as it is an old house, so solid heavy doors and creaky floorboards.