An oasis of serenity in the heart of Edinburgh. This stylish first floor apartment is a rare find and the team at The Edinburgh Address love it! High ceilings, period features, impeccably decorated in calming hues and the city on your doorstep. The art is all carefully curated by the owners, an artist and photographer, who take pride in the stylish interior.
One member of the booking party must be over 30 years. We require names and ages of all guests, as well as proof of address and ID of the lead guest. This is required within 2 days of booking.
We will require the lead guest to sign a copy of our terms and conditions. We reserve the right to vet any booking.
Our properties are protected by SUPERHOG, the digital trust platform that enables Hosts, Operators and Guests to confidently transact in the short-term rentals space.
Please note that once you have booked, you will be contacted by SUPERHOG directly to verify yourself and process a £650 deposit or £35 damage waiver. The damage deposit payment will incur a £10 fee. This superhog verification must be completed two weeks prior to check-in.
- Important -
This apartment is not suitable for stag parties, hen parties or young single sex groups or parties.
Families with young children need to enquire before booking. All guests are met on arrival in person. Please contact us if you have extenuating circumstances which make this unsuitable.
- Home Truths -
- Strict non-smoking policy.
- The wood-burner and fireplaces not in use.
Interior layout Music lovers will notice the exquisite piano which guests who play are welcome to enjoy. The kitchen has a large range cooker and is fully equipped with everything a creative cook might need including a large cookery book collection. The dining room has a specially designed oak-topped table.
EPC rating: C
Exterior Nestled in a quiet, cobbled Georgian street, the apartment is a stone's throw from the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, the Playhouse Theatre, the Omni Vue multiplex cinema and Nuffield gym and pool. Walking distance to Princes Street and the heart of the city in one direction while the Royal Botanic Garden is not far in the other. If you're keen to experience local life, then head to nearby Broughton Street with its village-like feel. It's full of good cafes, restaurants and independent shops. Just off Broughton Street you'll find the excellent Ingleby Gallery in a converted chapel on Barony Street.
Accessibility statement A shared stairway leads up to the 1st floor property and two steps within the flat. Not suitable for people with mobility difficulties.