Chancellor's Court, Edinburgh
Based at Pollock Halls at Holyrood Park, this varied B&B campus accommodation is close to the city centre.
- 20th century buildings
- Breakfast included
- No smoking
- Internet access for a charge
- Shared gardens
- Squash court
- Children's cots
- Luggage storage
- 24 hour security
- Linen included
- Towels included
- Central heating
Food and Drinks
- English breakfast (included)
- Lunch available (at additional cost)
- Dinner available (at additional cost)
- Recommended walks
- Pub (walking distance)
- Museums (walking distance)
- Historic houses
- Golf course (a short drive)
- Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
- Theatre (walking distance)
We can offer you the ideal base from which to explore this fascinating city. Based at Pollock Halls at Holyrood Park, this varied B&B campus accommodation is close to the city centre and parliament buildings.
Our Bed & Breakfast accommodation lies within the shadow of Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh's ancient volcano, and close to the Royal Mile, Scottish Parliament and the Palace of Holyrood House Here at Pollock Halls we have over 2000 rooms ranging from double, twin or single en-suite to single standard.
Food and Drinks
Dining in The John McIntyre Coference Centre, our stylish ground floor self-service restaurant, clients will enjoy fine local and global ingredients from a range of menus designed to suit your budget. The John McIntyre Centre is located in the centre of the campus, about 5 minutes’ walk from each bedroom.
The bar at the Centre opens daily, offering snacks as well as a fine selection of beers, wines and malt whiskies. Please ask at Reception on your arrival for further details.
Breakfast is served between 07:30 and 10:00.
Lunch is served between 12.30 and 13.30.
Dinner is available between 18.00 and 19.30.
Complimentary cabled internet access is available in all bedrooms. Free Wi-Fi is available in some areas on site.
Free car parking is available on a first come, first served basis only; unfortunately, spaces are limited and we simply cannot guarantee they will always be available.
Arrival information and how to find us
Address: The University Of Edinburgh Accommodation Ltd, Edinburgh, EH16 5AY, United Kingdom
Check in: from 2pm. Check out: by 10.30am.
How to find us:
From City Centre: From Princes Street, on the shop side heading East, take a bus to the Royal Commonwealth Pool, Dalkeith Road (numbers 14, 30, 33, 86; £1.20 exact change only). From here, Pollock Halls is a short walk down Holyrood Park Road.
By Road: From the A720 City of Edinburgh Bypass, take A7 Old Dalkeith Road exit at the Sheriffhall Roundabout towards the City Centre. Continue straight for approximately 3 miles. Just past the Royal Commonwealth Pool at the lights, turn right onto Holyrood Park Road. Pollock Halls is the second turning on the right. Please note, parking is extremely limited and not guaranteed.
By Bus: From St. Andrews Bus Station a taxi to Pollock Halls will cost approximately £7 and take 5-10 minutes. Alternatively, proceed to Princes Street and on the shop side heading East take a bus to the Royal Commonwealth Pool, Dalkeith Road (numbers 14, 30, 33, 86; £1.20 exact change only). From here, Pollock Halls is a short walk down Holyrood Park Road.
By Rail: From Edinburgh's main railway station – Waverley, take a taxi to the Pollock Halls (cost approx. £7, 5-10 minute journey) or proceed to North Bridge and from the first bus stop heading south, take a bus to the Royal Commonwealth Pool, Dalkeith Road (numbers: 14, 30, 33, 86). From here, Pollock Halls is a short walk down Holyrood Park Road.
By Air: From Edinburgh Airport, for 2 or more passengers, we recommend a taxi for the 8 mile journey to Pollock Halls (cost approx. £17-20). Alternatively, take the Airport Shuttle Bus to the city terminal on Waverley Bridge (Adult: £5 open return, £3 single). From here take a taxi to the Pollock Halls (cost approx. £7, 5-10 minute journey) or proceed to North Bridge and from the first bus stop heading south, take a bus to the Royal Commonwealth Pool, Dalkeith Road (numbers: 14, 30, 33, 86). From here, Pollock Halls is a short walk down Holyrood Park Road.
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Mrs Lucyna Firlej-Lubinska, August 2014: Staff friendly, clean and comfy room, great breakfast selection, all we needed.
Miss Jacqueline Coffield, August 2014: This was brilliant accomodation that we will definitely be using again!
Ms Yvonne Foster, July 2014: Yes very good, would like to know how far in advance to book room, or apartment for Edinburg festival 2015. Also is 89.00 for twin, and en-suite the most economical price?
Dr Ian Harrison, August 2013: Incredible breakfast, great choice. Very convenient location and good quality standard rooms.
Mrs Regina O'Shea, August 2013: Clean, comfortable and very convenient for travel into the city centre. Breakfast was really good with lots of choice.
Dr Alison Kelly, August 2013: Chancellor's Court is a well designed and pleasant environment, in a fantastic location at the foot of Arthur's Seat. The ensuite twin room was comfortable, clean and quite peaceful, with a good view. Perhaps a little expensive for what it was, but then again it was Festival time so centrally located accommodation was at a premium. Best of all was the varied and plentiful buffet breakfast. We would definitely stay at Chancellor's Court again and recommend it to other people.
Mr Geoffrey Cowley, August 2013: Booked late for festival when everywhere else was full or very expensive. Good service throughout.
Mrs Wendy Mackay, August 2013: Very good value. Restaurant staff very efficient, helpful and pleasant. Only problem was trying to find a seat at breakfast. It was very crowded and we had to wait.
Mrs Carolyn Pitceathly, August 2013:
Mrs Kathleen Newton, June 2013: good overall experience,
easy access to city centre, 10 min. bus ride.
evening meal also good value £15.00. full meal, plenty of choice.
we found all staff cheerful and helpful.
quiet location after city centre.
Joanna Dunlop, August 2010: We were very impressed with the standard and enjoyed the atmosphere at the Pollock Halls with all the visiting tourists.. Convenient bus service nearby too was a bonus.