About this apartment
The apartment showcases the contrast of tradition fittings such as the orignal wood flooring and georgian case windows, with the modern marble and ceramic as seen with the refurbished bathroom and kitchen. Guests can ditch the mundane aspects common with new build hotel stays, and trade it for an authentic experience in an original, stone build which encapsulates the zeitgeist of Scotland's Georgian era!
The living room is furnished with three well cushioned sofas and a SmartTV, which can be forgiving after a long day exploring all that the city has to offer. Upon check-in, guests can also expect the apartment to be cleaned to a professional standard, and be stocked with fresh bed linen, bath towels, and toiletries.
The dining room is one of the more definitive features of the apartment, with its spacious circumference and leafy views out of the elevated garden window. It really is the perfect place to enjoy some home cooking while visiting with friends or family!
Living room - sofa, TV, coffee table
Dining room - large expandable dining table to sit 6 -8 people
Kitchen - fully equipped with microwave, oven, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, dryer/washer, grill, fridge and freezer
Bathroom - bathtub and overhead shower
Master bedroom with a king bed and plenty of wardrobe space
Twin bedroom with chest of drawers and wardrobe
You will have access to the entire flat.
I won’t be available in person but I have a fantastic support team who can be contacted by phone or email!
Elegant Georgian and Victorian terraced houses fill the Dean village neighbourhood, a vibrant area with a village vibe on the Water of Leith. The Stockbridge area is an incredibly popular residential area and is home to many affluent young professionals. The neighbourhood boasts many local shops, including deli’s, speciality cheese, wine and sherry shops, thrift stores, quaint, relaxed cafes, trendy gastropubs and fine dining restaurants. On a sunny day take a stroll to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith Park or along the Water of Leith. Be sure to visit the Stockbridge Farmers Market on a Sunday and enjoy lunch from one of the many local producers.
Edinburgh Airport: From the airport take the Tram or Airlink bus to Princes St. From here the apartment is a quick taxi ride or you can take the number 42 bus.
Train: The nearest railway station is Edinburgh Waverley. From the station take Lothian Bus number 19 or 37. Alternatively the apartment is a quick taxi ride away.
Buses: Lothian Buses are the main bus operator in Edinburgh. They offer a great free app that provides route maps, fare information and live bus times. It's a great tool for getting around the city.