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Robert Burns Guest House at Craigalon House
41 Abercorn Terrace
Edinburgh EH15-2DG
Scotland
Phone: +44 () 01316695678
Fax: +44 () 01316692503

John Alongi and Family

English, French, Italian

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Photo Album

Photo Album

Frontview of the GuesthouseA bird's eye view of our little castle!
Relax in our Tam O'Shanter Lounge BarOne of our family rooms with the north see views
Twin room with EnsuiteDouble Room with Ensuite
A double roomA table at the Gazebo by Clarenda's Restaurant
Come and Dine with us at the Clarenda's Restaurant in the Robert Burns Hotel. Apart from a fantastic breakfast, we also serve lunch and dinner at a very competative price.My daughters Claire and ashley with our pets ''Cheeky'' Harvey, ''Grandad'' Jasper and ''the Boss'' Muffin the cat.
Me(John)and my daughter Ashley with our pets.A very snowy day at The Robert Burns during December & January. PS see if you can spot John in rom 20.
One of the fountains at the front garden trickeling scottish water!The fire place in the lounge bar.