by Mary Porcher
New Haven, Connecticut
July 26, 2002
Our room was large and comfortable, with a spacious wardrobe, ladies dressing table, television, kettle and snacks, pitcher of cold water, and wonderfully cozy beds. The bathroom (with shower) was a bit smaller than American ones, but it was very clean and well stocked.
There was quite a selection for the full Scottish breakfast, including cereals, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, and toast. Fresh coffee and tea were accompanied by the juice of our choice. The breakfast table looks out on a lovely garden in the back yard.
Guests here have their own entrance and key to the building, which allows for privacy and the ability to choose their own schedule. 7 Chester Street is really the best of all worlds, with the friendliness of a B&B, an excellent meal provided, and plenty of privacy.
From journal Amazing Edinburgh