Nira Caledonia: a chic and confidential address

boutique hotel
Nira Caledonia: a chic and confidential address

Discreet and elegant, this boutique hotel on a little cobbled street in New Town is a haven of comfort, just minutes from the city centre.

On top of a steep street lined with shops and restaurants stands this charming property, consisting of two Georgian houses. Here, time seems to have stopped—in the 19th century, when the famous essayist Christopher North lived here. Upon arrival, you fall under the spell of this mixture of classicism and modernity, which both delights and reassures. There is no elevator to reach the 28 rooms and suites; instead, you will find a magnificently romantic spiral staircase.
The rooms, large and small, are bedecked in chic stripes, tartans, and tweeds in warm hues. The furniture is decidedly Scottish. The suites each have a lounge area and three have Jacuzzis. Room service is available round the clock, using only the best Scottish produce. The chief advocates local and organic food: mussels and fish from the mountain lochs and farm lamb from the famous butcher Puddledub. The bar looks like a private club and offers a great list of scotches, both blends and single malts.

Nira Caledonia
6-10 Gloucester Place
Edinburgh EH3 6EF

+44 131 225 2720

Rooms: from 106 GBP