Member since October 2018
Set in a secluded crescent amidst Edinburgh's stately West End, The Bonham was created from three Victorian townhouses and boasts 49 individually-styled bedrooms, as well as dynamic events space, a sophisticated restaurant offering, alongside a stylish bar and superb location for accessing both Edinburgh's Old and New Town districts.
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Sparkling Luxury Break - Superior Room
From £79.50 pppn for a 14 night stay, to £105 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Superior room and receive:
- A glass of chilled Prosecco each on arrival (value £6.50 per person)
- Dinner for two on one evening in the restaurant (£60 per room allowance)
- Full Scottish breakfast daily
- Complimentary 1 pm late check out
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- Superbly located in Edinburgh
- Elegant and stylish luxury guestrooms
- Locally renowned restaurant
- On site parking available
- Charming bar & lounge area
- Friendly independent hotel with strong customer service
- Refurbished 2019
Parking at the rear is limited, though we had no problem finding a spot on a busy night. Just pull up outside the hotel and ask reception for directions or alternative parking.
How to find The Bonham Hotel
The Bonham Hotel
35 Drumsheugh Gardens
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
6.30 - 10 am Monday to Friday
6.30 - 10.30 am Saturday and Sunday
12.00- 3 pm Wednesday to Sunday
Lunch is not available on Monday and Tuesday
6.30 - 9 pm daily
Limited spaces are available on a first come first served basis at a cost of £2 per hour or £15 for 24 hours
The hotel has a lift as well as a fully accessible room
One child under the age of 6 may stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under the age of 2 may stay for free in a cot.
All children under the age of 16 may stay at the price of £30 per person per night in an extra bed.
Childrens's menu's available
History of the hotel
The buildings the Bonham Hotel now occupy have a fascinating history dating back to the mid-19th century and were originally constructed as 3 separate townhouses in 1872. The houses were occupied by well to do families and their servants for the next 60 years, enjoying the privacy of Drumsheugh Gardens and the ease of access to everything Edinburgh had to offer.
In 1939 the houses were sold and became collectively known as the "Private Clinic", a private medical practice specialising in maternity care. Over the next 12 years many hundreds of babies were born on the premises, now fondly known as "Bonham Babies" when they come to visit.
Dogs are welcome in certain rooms and a charge is applicable
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