Fully renovated period 3 bedroom apartment with access to beautiful gardens, prefect for the kids.
It forms part of what was a Georgian house, build around 1872.
It was part of the vast George Heriot Estate, the fantastic West End. Part of the New Town UNESCO World Heritage site, Conservation Area and a Grade B Listed building!
Bags of history and character which makes it so special. It is the same George Heriot who established George Heriot’s School, the apparent inspiration for Hogwarts!
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Please note that once you have booked, you will be contacted by SUPERHOG directly to verify yourself and process a £500 deposit or damage waiver. This must be completed prior to check-in.
This property is not suitable for Stags, hens or parties.
- The Gardens -
This large ground consists of two large areas with a children’s Play Area. The private gardens first opened in 1877 and were part of the planning of Edinburgh New Town. The grounds are shared with other residence.
Interior layout The property is located on the top floor & has a large open plan lounge, kitchen and dining room. The lounge and front bedroom overlook private gardens that guests can access with a key provided.
The kitchen is fully equipped with Bosch appliances. In the lounge there is a gas fireplace controlled by a remote for winter nights in and a Smart TV – so in addition to the usual Freeview channels, you can also access the Smart Apps which includes BBC iPlayer, ITV, 4OD, Demand 5, YouTube, and Netlflix. The TV has a unique mirroring feature to play movies or programs from any device.
The property has central heating that is controlled by a thermostat for ease of use. All rooms have fully operational shutters, and both larger bedrooms also have black out curtains. Lastly we have provided luggage racks for guest use & convenience.
Exterior The Castle is in walking distance, just at the end of Shandwick Place and the start of Princes Street. It is a short walk to both the Scottish Modern Art Galleries (One and Two), these are just down the hill on Belford Road. There is also the ‘Art’ shuttle bus that runs between these galleries and the Scottish National Gallery on Princes Street – it’s free but they ask for a small donation.
St Mary’s Cathedral is on Palmerston Place and is definitely worth a visit – it is also home to the famous Paolozzi Window designed by Scottish Artist Eduardo Paolozzi.
Dean Village and the Water of Leith are accessible from the bottom of the hill . Well Court is here, and if you follow Miller Row you can walk along the river into Stockbridge.
The Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are walkable if you’re feeling fit – it’s mainly downhill there but not so kind on the way back.