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Featherhall Garden Court

Corstorphine 9 Featherhall Avenue, Edinburgh EH12 7TG Scotland
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#224 of 314 Specialty lodging in Edinburgh
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Free parking
Secured parking
Golf course
Non-smoking hotel
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Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Family rooms
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jack m wrote a review Dec 2017
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Got here on 30th December 2017 and couldn't believe we had paid over 600 quid for it. We are here for 3 nights and I can't believe they think it's justified. Firstly the apartment is about -15 degrees with the radiators on. The doors don't all shut because it's that small the furniture obstructs the door from closing. The bedding is vile it looks older than my gran and looks like it hasn't seen a washing machine in a good decade. I'm staying here because we don't have the money to go elsewhere. The owner has been zero help and simply disregarded our complaints but my advice would be don't even consider booking it. I wouldn't let my dog stay here.
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Curlingwifie wrote a review Nov 2017
Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom3 contributions
Stayed here last weekend with three friends. We won't be back! Firstly, the beds: the double was passable but as for the others... the mattress on the lower bunk was thin and lumpy and the single bed in the same room swayed alarmingly with every movement. The sofa-bed had almost no padding and a valley in the centre when folded out. None of us had much sleep. Other than the sofabed, there were only two folding chairs and another hard chair whose joints were so loose it felt unsafe. Now for the stuff that doesn't work. The microwave has a burn hole on the internal wall and doesn't work. The TV doesn't switch on. The standard lamp doesn't work and neither does the clock. The bathroom electric towelrail has been disconnected so the bathroom is cold. The toaster does work but if you want anything more than warm bread you will need to have a towel ready to flap at the smoke detector which goes off every time! Oh and we couldn't get onto the WiFi. And worst of all.... we took fully five minutes and three different people's attempts to get the key to turn to open the front door in the morning. What if there had been a fire! On the plus side, the bedding and the flat generally was at least clean and warm enough, if shabby and sorely in need of new furnishing and equipment.
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Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Only if you're desperate.
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Robmad45 wrote a review Sep 2017
Liverpool, United Kingdom25 contributions7 helpful votes
Featherhall Garden Court apartments were much better then I had had expected. I booked before reading many othere reviews. Upps, I thought I made a mistake. I was given apartment 11 (top floor). In general it was nice, good size for a family of three (11 yr old boy), well equiped regarding kitchen ware etc. We couldn't get Wifi to connect. Either password wrong or just too weak. All was well until we got into bed. The sofa bed matress is CRAP. It is old, dirty and springs come out in all directions. We had to put ALL the towels to cover it and still was uncomfortable. Other then that ok. Not too far from the city centre by bus and close to the new train station (Edinbugh Gateway) and airport.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Trip type: Traveled with family
689WilliamP wrote a review Aug 2017
Maidenhead, United Kingdom120 contributions38 helpful votes
Terrible. Tiny rooms, no curtains or blackout. White blond that adds some privacy but doesn't stop any light. Creaky floors and doors. Beds must have come out of the ark. Old bedding and pillows. Not at all worth the price.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
Nomad2k17 wrote a review Aug 2017
Sheffield, United Kingdom264 contributions68 helpful votes
Booked this place with a group of friends, we booked two apartments due to the number of us. The two apartments we had were clean although dated. The kitchens in both apartments were not well furnished - the extractor fan didn't work in one along with its lights and the light in the ceiling also didn't work making cooking in the evenings difficult, the freezer didn't freeze things and the fridge leaked, we also had a total of 3 pans between both apartments. The Wi-Fi only worked in one of the apartments and only in one of the bedrooms. We were only given one key which made it difficult if we wanted to split up and do different things. In the bedrooms there was very little storage space and the mattresses were definitely at the end of their lives! On a positive note, there was a large Tesco nearby and plenty of nice restaurants & pubs within walking distance. There was also a good bus service into the city centre which ran all day although it is walk-able (about 45-60 min flat walk). Overall, I would not recommend this accommodation as there are nicer places in the same area, we were unfortunately stuck for options due to the number of people in our party (9) and our late booking time.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Featherhall Garden Court
Which popular attractions are close to Featherhall Garden Court?
Nearby attractions include Edinburgh Zoo (0.7 miles), Corstorphine Bed Centre (0.07 miles), and Corstorphine Old Parish Kirkyard (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Featherhall Garden Court?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, a golf course, and hiking.
Is parking available at Featherhall Garden Court?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Featherhall Garden Court?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bon Tea Room, The Torfin, and The Chinese Manor House Edinburgh.
Are there any historical sites close to Featherhall Garden Court?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Palace of Holyroodhouse (4.5 miles), The Real Mary King's Close (3.8 miles), and Georgian House (3.2 miles).