This is a beautiful apartment that benefits from a quiet and open cul de sac location within walking reach of all of
Edinburgh's tourist attractions. Nice views to back and front, not overlooked. Good access to parks and water of Leith.
Situated in the famous New Town street, bordering on the vibrant Broughton area with award winning local shops and restaurants. Bars and coffee shops and restaurants of Stockbridge a short walk away. Everything you will need for your city escape is on your doorstep. This apartment allows you to have the best of both worlds - a little solitude in a vibrant city!
If night life's your thing George street nightclubs are short walk away. If nature's your thing take a stroll along the water of Leith - combine a natural ramble with a cultural visit to the gallery of modern art and discover the historic Dean Village along the way.
Indulge in retail therapy - Multrees Walk and Harvey Nichols are a short walk manageable even if lade down by shop.
Set in the heart of Edinburgh's renowned Scotland street, made famous by Alexander McCall Smith this tow bedroom spacious flat provides the ideal base to explore all the delights of Scotland's capital city and a good touring base for central Scotland, Pertthshire, Scottish Borders and the Trossachs
Easy access by bus, rail, road or air with on street parking outside apartment.
Neighbourhood offers charming independent shops and award winning, friendly restaurants catering for every dining experience from lazy coffee to late night dining. Fabulous breakfasts, deli dining, great French and Italian.
Holyrood Palace and Park, Royal Mile, Scottish Parliament are a 15 minute walk from the apartment
The apartment is a 5 minute walk from Edinburgh city centre - offering shopping, galleries, museums.
Ideal shopping venue - Harvey Nichols, Princes Street and George street a short walk front the apartment
Show time - Comedy clubs, cinema complex and Edinburgh playhouse a 3 minute walk from the property.
Edinburgh's Botanical Gardens are are close by and a short stroll through the park outside the apartment brings you to the Beautiful Water of Leith, walk along the river and look out for the sculptures and birdlife.
There is a child friendly and dog friendly park across from the apartment and some friendly restaurants on the other side of the park - great for Sunday lunch, Saturday or Friday evening.
Cafe life in Broughton, Stockbridge and Canonmills offer ideal breakfast and brunch venues.
Broughton street is fast becoming Edinburg's alternative shopping street with many independent art and fashion shops.
Edinburgh Zoo and Royal Yacht Britannia accessible by taxi or bus ride.
Close to Edinburgh's Waverley station - guided bus tours depart from here.
Good local pubs. - we love the Cumberland Bar and the Barony Bar.
Friendly local restaurants and Bistros where we have enjoyed great Sunday breakfasts - lingering over the papers before taking a sunday morning walk and back for mid morning coffee and cakes.
Within easy reach of Stockbridge, Princes Street, Picardy Place, Harvey Nichols, George Street, Broughton Street.
Things we love to do: walk along the Water of Leith to Gallery of Modern Art
If you are like us you may not always want to go out for dinner , but as you are on holiday, take advantage of Crombies, an award winning butcher on Broughton Street where you can buy easy to prepare gourmet meals.