About this apartment
The flat features two double bedrooms, with hotel-quality towels and bed-linen provided, and storage space for you to unpack and make yourselves at home. The living room has comfortable seating, a TV and dining space. The kitchen is equipped with stove, hob and fridge in case you decide to eat in (although with so many great food options on your doorstep you may not need to!). There will also be basic toiletries provided in the bathroom.
Guests 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!
Edinburgh's ancient heart, the 'Auld Toun' maintains much of it's medieval street plan. A labyrinth of wynds and closes branch outward from the core of the Old Town- the Royal Mile, leading from Holyrood in the south to the foot of the iconic Castle, perched on the crag. Immersed in history and culture, this part of town is one of the more touristic, with plenty of restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, and myriad attractions. It's location in the very centre of the city also makes it extremely convenient for those looking to get about the city. Please take a look at the guidebook on my listing for recommended places to eat and drink in the area!
Getting Around: The benefit of staying in the Old Town is that most destinations are easily reached within walking distance. Edinburgh Airport: From the airport take the Tram or Airlink bus to Princes Street. From here the apartment is a quick taxi ride or you can take the number 23, 27, 41 or 42 bus.
Train: The nearest railway station is Edinburgh Waverley. From the station take Lothian Bus number 23, 27, 41 or 42. 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. Its a great tool for getting around the city.
Please note that due to the incredibly central location of the flat, right in the heart of the Old Town, it can be a little noisy out front – particularly during the peak holiday seasons and during the world famous Edinburgh Festival.