Haystack Hostels, 5/3 West Register Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2AA.
Once Haggis Hostels, Haystacks Hostel re-opened on 15th December with new ownership. Occupying a recently renovated Georgian building dating from 1862, Haggis Hostels, is situated in the heart of Edinburgh just 50 metres from Princes Street. The hostel offers self-catering facilities and fully equipped rooms with privacy curtains, reading lights and international sockets. There is adjustable heating in every room. The communal kitchen is high spec and features two of every appliance, ideal for groups of up to 34. Being so centralised in the Scottish capital, Haggis Hostels has everything on its doorstep whether you’re heading to the theatre, concert hall, pub or club. There is something for everyone. Friendly staff will help you plan your excursions around Edinburgh and provide you with all the information you need to make your stay enjoyable. The hostel offers free breakfast, high speed free WiFi, luxury bedding and towels, a laundry service, secure storage and a communal kitchen with dining area. For more information please download the free smartphone app or visit the websiteThis accommodation is featured on our map of the Scottish Borders, Glasgow, Edinburgh and South Scotland and here is its own website.
or call them on
0131 557 0036
All year, 24 hour reception.
Mixed room from £18. Single sex room from £22. Family room £80. Breakfast & taxes included.
Online on our website, phone or email.
At the east end of Princes Street, follow the road around to the left and you will find us on the right.
Buses to St Andrew Square bus station. Air link shuttle service to Edinburgh’s Waverley train station direct from Edinburgh Airport. Trains to Edinburgh’s Waverley train station. Tram service to St Andrew’s Square.
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Haggis Hostels will be reopening as Haystacks Hostel on 15th December.
The central Edinburgh Hostel, previously known as Haggis Hostels, will be reopening on 15th December, refurbished and rebranded as Haystack Hostel.
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