Why “Emmaus”? In the Gospel, Emmaus is a place of new beginnings. At the inn at Emmaus two of the disciples encounter the Risen Christ as he breaks bread at table with them and opens their eyes to a new hope. Our community at Emmaus House aims to be open to the new insights and inspirations we need today for our journey together. To learn more about the people behind Emmaus House, visit our ‘About Us’ page.
Staying with us. We warmly invite you to share an experience of community with us as part of your time in Edinburgh. Guests, of any faith background or none, are welcome to share in meals with community members and with visitors from around the world, and, if they wish, in our regular worship. Eating together around the table is the perfect opportunity to meet resident and local community members, and other visitors.
The house is a three floored Georgian terraced villa (dating from around 1830), with easy access to all the attractions of the city centre. We are a ten minute walk from the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), and convenient for Edinburgh University and Edinburgh Napier University.
Accommodation is in double, twin or single rooms (most with en-suite shower room). A ground floor bedroom is available. All rooms have wireless internet access.
For further details, costs and photographs, please visit our booking section.
Other groups are welcome to approach us for the use of space within the house for meetings and workshops. Do get in touch with us to visit or find out more.
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