Beautiful and amazingly located 2-bedroom/2-bathroom apartment. The apartment has a private entrance (no stairs) on the park and is a short walk to the Old town (10 mins across the parks) and easy transport around the rest of the city.
Ideal for anyone looking to explore the city or requiring to be central for business.
Within walking distance of many popular tourist sites, shops and eateries. Including:
Kings Theatre - 7 mins
The Meadows - 9 mins
EICC - 13 mins
The University of Edinburgh - 14 mins
National Museum of Scotland - 15 mins
Edinburgh Castle and Royal Mile - 16 mins
St.Giles Cathedral - 18 mins
Princes Street/George Street - 19 mins
Holyrood Park - 19 mins
Scottish National Gallery - 20 mins
Dean Village - 21 mins
Water of Leith Walkway - 22 mins
Stockbridge Market - 24 mins
Omni Centre/Calton Hill - 26 mins
Holyrood Palace - 28 mins
Has hotel-quality linens and towels and has been professionally cleaned.
The property consists of 2 elegant and spacious double bedrooms with hotel-quality linens and towels. There is also a bathroom with a tub which has plenty of space to bath. Furthermore, there is a modern shower. The property is completed by a modern kitchen with all appliances including a washing machine/dishwasher and others. And a generous living room with a TV and a sofa bed for two (extra fee for using!)
Guests will have full unlimited access to the property including free Wifi.
Interaction with Guests:
Please feel free to message me should you have questions or requests.
The modern district of Bruntsfield lies east of Bruntsfield Links park and golf link, beyond which lies the district of Marchmont; Merchiston is to the west and Tollcross to the north. To the south and east lies the former estate of Greenhill, and to the south Morningside. The estate around the grand Bruntsfield House is now called Marchmont (which the Warrender family began tending to in 1872, many of the street names reflecting associations with that family). The whole area lay within the Burgh Muir of Edinburgh, from which a former farm Burghmuirhead took its name which passed eventually to a small area within Bruntsfield. The Burgh Muir stretched all the way through the valley of the Jordan Burn to the slopes of the Pentland Hills. The junction beyond Burghmuirhead on the road to Morningside became known in the twentieth century as Holy Corner from its cluster of Victorian churches.
Bruntsfield Links is home to a nineteenth-century pitch and putt golf course. The links continue northeast to Melville Drive where it meets The Meadows, a park formed when the old Burgh Loch was drained. At the southern end of the links, near Bruntsfield House, a distinct indentation formed by a former quarry is known locally as Tumbler's Hollow.
The flat is a few minutes from Kings Theatre. Princes Street and George Street which are a shoppers dream come true are also within walking distance. For those who like some green space The Meadows, Holyrood Park and Calton Hill are between 9 to 28 mins walk away. Similarly, Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh Castle, St.Giles Cathedral, EICC and many more are all nearby. Edinburgh has an excellent transport system with frequent buses/trams to most locations such as Portobello. Besides walking and trams/buses, you can also make use of the affordable taxis and Uber, particularly if you are carrying heavy bags. If you would like to travel in a healthy and fun way consider renting out a bike and travelling via the various bike routes available.
Other Things to Note:
The property is professionally cleaned and hotel-quality linens and towels will be provided for your stay.
The property is accessed from the ground floor but has a small staircase inside.
Please note there is an extra fee for using the sofa-bed!
• No smoking
• No pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in is anytime after 3PMGet the full listing »