Within a 10 minute walk of The Bonham Hotel you will reach the bustling shopping area of Princess Street, with many big name high street stores along with great views of Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street Gardens or turn on to upmarket George Street which is full of luxury restaurants, cocktail bars and designer shops.A leisurely 20 minute walk from The Bonham Hotel and you will be in the Edinburgh's Old Town, a labyrinth of cobbled streets, narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards, all amazingly well preserved and steeped in the city's history.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.1951 saw the sale of the Private Clinic to the University of Edinburgh who converted the buildings into Muir Hall of Residence for university students from outside the city.
Dynamic conference and meeting spaces where you can host weddings or a celebratory meal with friends.
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There is a tranquil bar where you can enjoy a wee dram whilst admiring the beautiful interiors of the original 19th century houses.
The Bonham overlooks the peaceful Drumsheugh Gardens which guests have full access to during their stay to read the morning paper or to walk your dog.
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.