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Hotel/B&B Edinburgh

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We'll be in Edinburgh for 3 nights in June. I've been looking at accommodation and I have a few questions:
1) I'm uncertain how far some of the neighborhoods are - we like to be centrally located. I figure Old Town is that, New Town sounds promising, but what else is walkable?
2) I like breakfast included, a quiet room (I'm not a good sleeper), nice but doesn't have to be luxurious. Oh, and wi-fi and an in room safe are pretty much requirements. I'd like to stay under $250 a night. Possible?
3) Outside of cities I frequently go for B&Bs. I don't have a lot of experience with B&Bs in cities. But there look to be some nice ones. Recommended?

Sometimes we book directly with the hotel, but we have experience booking through Expedia, and most recently Tingo (and got quite a bit of money back, enough for an upgrade at an hotel in Spain last year). Any opinion on whether it matters who you book through? Just look for the best deal?

Thanks for all your help,
Alice

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