Lovely traditional 1BR, 10 minutes to Princes St.
Apartment | Edinburgh | United Kingdom
This bright and lovely flat is set in a traditional building just off Easter Road with a host of cosy cafes and shops. Only 10 minutes by bus to Princes Street, the flat is an excellent base for your Edinburgh stay and includes a kitchen and living room to"... Read More
Property Type : Apartment Sleeps : 2
Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1
This bright and lovely flat is set in a traditional building just off Easter Road with a host of cosy cafes and shops. Only 10 minutes by bus to Princes Street, the flat is an excellent base for your Edinburgh stay and includes a kitchen and living room to give you a comfortable space to relax after a long day.
Nearby Leith Walk is bustling with cafes, excellent restaurants and bars as well as a great variety of speciality shops. Walk up Calton Hill and enjoy excellent views of the city.
The flat is situated on the 2nd floor and can be accessed either via stairs or a lift. Once inside, a hallway gives access to a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The bedroom is equipped with a double bed and plenty of cupboard space for your belongings. The bathroom has a toilet, sink and a shower in bath.
For guests who wish to cook, the kitchen is equipped with all the necessary amenities to do so and meals can be enjoyed around the dining table in the living room. The living room is an excellent place to relax after a long day of exploring the city. Lean back on the comfortable couch and watch TV or enjoy a book.
The entire flat is at guests disposal.
The flat is self-check-in and is managed by an agent, available 24/7.
Easter Road boasts a great selection of independent cafes, eateries and small shops. Not far off the East side of Princess Street and North Bridge, the area is ideal for exploring the city. Nearby. the mile-long Leith Walk links the Leith district with the east end of Princes Street and offers a shopping experience like no other in the capital. The street is filled with quirky shops, bars and cafes catering to everyone's wishes.
A short walk away, Calton Hill gives excellent views over the city and Leith in particular. Recently re-opened, the observatory is well worth a visit alongside the National Monument of Scotland found at the top of the hill. For food aficionados, The Lookout by Gardener's Cottage is well worth a visit serving local produce with incredible views.
Generally a lively area, the upper parts of Leith Walk and Easter Road particularly springs to life on game days when the local team Hibernian is playing. Easter Road is well known for its atmosphere and see plenty of top games including teams like Celtic and Rangers or local rivals, Hearts.
Public transport links are regularly taking you either via the Royal Mile and the Old Town or to the city centre and Princes Street. If you arrive from the airport, the tram stops at York Place and is only a 10-15 minute walk away. The city centre is easily walkable from the flat and is a great way to explore the city.
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