There are four rooms located on the top two floors of this grand Georgian townhouse containing Paul Kitching's idiosyncratic Michelin-starred 21212 restaurant. Without the quirkiness of the eating experience, they're luxurious, tasteful, spacious and an elegant complement to fine dining – though it is a pricey package all-in. The views are a bonus, stretching out towards the silvery waters of the Firth of Forth.
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