Our Castle Terrace 9A apartment is available and you could not find a better accommodation for your stay in Edinburgh!9-castle-terrace-5

With breath-taking views of the Edinburgh Castle, Castle Terrace is ideally located a walking distance away from the shopping of Princes Street, the restaurants of George Street, the ambience of Grassmarket and buzz of the Royal Mile. Each of the main areas of Edinburgh ensure that you will never find yourself without entertainment, food or a good drink in many of the venues just minutes away from the front door. 

Just as an example, the Michelin star adorned restaurant, aptly named Castle Terrace, is just a few doors away - and culinary exquisiteness is guaranteed. And for those seeking for more old style atmosphere, any of the pubs on the Royal Mile or Grassmarket offer fantastic, home-made classics from fish and chips to steak and ale pie. We highly recommend the World's End on Royal Mile and the Fiddler's Arms on Grassmarket. Also, George Street with all its fantastic shopping opportunities and its fabulous culinary scene are a walking distance away, same with the quirky Rose Street. And you would do well to get up early on Saturday to get the best of the Edinburgh Farmers Market, which is on every Saturday and is on the same street with the apartment is!

Also, just to top things up, do a last minute booking for our gorgeous Castle Terrace 9A apartment now and get 10% off you booking!

The affluent residential area of Marchmont is ideally located for anyone visiting Edinburgh. Roughly a mile’s walk away from the Old City, right by the Meadows and Bruntsfield parks and a walking distance away from Morningside, the area is ideally located for all the best of Edinburgh.


Almost exclusively four storey Victorian and Edwardian era houses create an impressive walk ways around the streets, giving the area that familiar feel of Edinburgh being lost in era long gone. Especially when you discover the B-listed mosaic Warrender Swimming Baths, originally opened in 1887 that was restored back in 2005. For the literature buffs, if not already familiar, the area is also home to Ian Rankins’ famed character John Rebus, and was also the area where Muriel Spark grew up, went to school and based many of her stories upon.

The best of the city being available is not all that Marchmont has to offer, as the area itself boasts loads of wonderful little gems. The amiable Looking Glass Books, which is just a walking distance away, on Simpson Loan by Quartermile. This ‘booktique’ café boasts its own lively literary scene with regular events and author talks, together with enabling caffeine addiction. Perfect for bookworms and coffee enthusiasts. Another wonderful place to have your afternoon pick-me-up or your day-after remedy is the Pastures, on Marchmont Crescent. Considered the focal point for the local community definitely encouraged are the Friday nights, where the owners Jane and Stan stage a range of fun events such as ‘come-dine-with-us’ and ‘grub ‘n’ games’, featuring a continental-style dinner and plenty of laughs (BYOB is encouraged, which is another rare perk). 

For a bit of a wander about, the Morningside area is not too far and is yet another great location for some alternative shopping and some lovely cafes, lunch nooks and ice cream crannies. The city centre is not far away either, and Grassmarket and Princes Street are both a bus ride away only, and both offer a wide array of entertainment, living history and caters for some of the best in arts and culinary scene.

On top of all the best at the area, The Edinburgh Address is proud to have not one but two wonderful apartments just around the corner from Marchmont. The Classic Marchmont Charm and the Marchmont Main Door apartments are both ideally located in a calm residential area, with lovely cafes and shops just around the corner. For ideal breakfast why not try the Empire café, on Strathearn Road, and bask in its pleasant and reliable, a small, sunny café atmosphere, which also provides all the usual café items cheaply and well, such as fresh croissants and orange juice in the morning, strong coffee, milkshakes and a good range of sandwiches and paninis.

For a hearty brunch, Freemans is just down the road from the apartments, on Spottiswoode Road, from the chic rustic, vintage interior to the perfectly brewed coffees, this is a most welcome addition to the Marchmont neighbourhood. Although, many have claimed Toast to be the best place to have brunch in Edinburgh, so there you have it, more than plenty of wonderful choices! Another lovely one that is good to note is the new-comer to the lovely Marchmont village, The Insitute on Roseneath Street, but definitely go for the waffles!

Marchmont is definitely a place to keep your keen eyes on as we are excitedly browsing through all the old and new well-kept secrets of the area – join us, won’t you?For a good lunch, with proper unpretentious Italian food with no fuss and the best pizza in Scotland, give café Artista, on Marchmont Crescent, a try -  it really feels more like being in Continental Europe than Edinburgh, and is a hidden treat in Marchmont! For special afternoon delight, do drop by The Chocolate Tree on Bruntsfield Place – who proudly, and without unnecessary boast, house a world of organic chocolate delight in their café and shop both, a place where people can meet, take time out and indulge the individuality of chocolate delights in a welcoming surrounding.

The not-so-well kept secret of the Edinburgh festivals is the assortment of spectacles the Free Fringe offers. It can be daunting to keep up with booking tickets and running from show to show – so why not let yourself be drawn to whatever sparks your fancy. Get lost on the streets of Edinburgh and become mesmerized by the array of talented street artists, get invited to free shows by the cast members looking to break it into the biz, or get inspired by last minute deals that are filling Edinburgh’s venues and bars alike!

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A last minute cancellation for a lodging in Edinburgh during the busiest time of year could be just the deal you've been looking for, for that spur of a moment trip! Understandably, the prices in many places have shot up for the festivals, therefore the Edinburgh Address’ special deal could be just the way to get in the middle of the buzz and be ideally located for the best deals both for Edinburgh Fringe and Edinburgh Free Fringe!




Edinburgh is a unique city with an atmosphere that brings together past and present in a beautiful mix. Every month, Edinburgh's atmosphere reaches a new level with every park and cobbled street brimming with life. If you visit Edinburgh you will feel that fantastic wanderlust and explore the city. Yet, after a long day of exploring you might need a beautiful base to relax and treat yourself. We have selected some of the most beautiful homes to enjoy this Cultural City.


The Edinburgh Mews @ Randolph Lane

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The New Town Idyll @ Dublin Street

Sleeps 6 - Bedrooms 3 - Bathrooms 3



The Victorian Townhouse @ Stockbridge

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A New Edinburgh Address!

We are thrilled to introduce The Penthouse @ The Royal Mile.  With unbeatable location, top specifications and great views, it is certainly one of our most fabulous properties!

And whats more, it is available for this August and Festival fun!  But hurry we have already had a booking within hours of listing it.

Dining Near The Penthouse @ The Royal Mile

There are so many places to eat out near this apartment... and we have just secured a 25% food discount for a fantastic nearby restaurant for all our lovely guests. Book any of our apartments and take advantage of this offer from August 1st.  Call our office on 0131 629 8347 to find out more.

Restaurants such as The Tower, Angels with Bagpipes, Ondines, Zizi's and Wedgwood are but a stroll away.

More about the location of The Penthouse @ The Royal Mile

The apartment is situated on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh’s oldest thoroughfare stretching from Edinburgh Castle to Holyrood Palace. The property is located approximately half way between the castle and the palace. No 126 spans Stevenlaw’s Close named after Steven Law, a supporter of Mary Queen of Scots during the Scottish Civil War of 1571-1573. Bonnie Prince Charlie also worshipped at the Roman Catholic Chapel here.

Other famous residents of Stevenlaw’s Close include:- James Wilson (aka “daft Jamie”), a victim of the famous West Port murderers Burke and Hare who killed to supply cadavers to Dr Robert Knox for dissection in his anatomical lectures. James was a well known figure in the town and his murder and recognition led to the eventual downfall of Burke and Hare. Also, Allan Masterton, the composer of the music for many of Robert Burn’s songs.

There is a wealth of Edinburgh street life right on the doorstep. The street outside is closed to traffic and one can expect to see pipers, jugglers, musicians and street actors throughout the year. Edinburgh Fringe headquarters is right downstairs so festival visitors can be in a prime position in the queue for booking shows and tickets. 

Want to know more about the Royal Mile and Edinburgh's history when on your holiday?

Thats easy... book one of our interesting and entertaining walking tours and get door to door service and your own tailored tour!

Edinburgh Summer Festivals

Every season in Edinburgh is a reason to be jolly. Edinburgh is the host of twelve major festivals and a whole bundle of smaller ones throughout the year, which is yet another reason why Edinburgh city is one of the most exciting places to be any time of the year - presenting an unforgettable mix of cultural experiences in an iconic and beautiful city. There is no better setting for festivals to take place than the medieval silhouette the city provides (Old Town has been growing from 1074 onwards, whereas New Town has been expanding since 1759). Artists from around the globe migrate to Edinburgh throughout the year to sprinkle on their own inimitability into the flux of creativity when inhabiting every theatre, every venue, every courtyard, every park and every nook and cranny of the city.

Throughout the year, Edinburgh caters to every cultural taste and niche, from young to the older and from the more serious to young at heart alike. As Edinburgh enters end of July and August, the city spouts festivals from left and right – and there is surely something for everyone.

Starting of the summer culture festivals is the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival (19-28 July). There  will be great nights out at Festival Theatre, party atmospheres at the Spiegeltent, top performers playing at the Queen’s Hall, a cool new modern jazz club at 3 Bristo Place, a traditional haven at the Royal Overseas League, an all day Festival club at the Tron Kirk. All that jazz has city jiving straight to the string of international festivals.

Edinburgh Fringe (2-26 August 2013) offers a myriad of emotions and experiences, with over 2000 shows to choose from, there is something for everyone. Just last year, Edinburgh Fringe convinced the world of its status of being the largest arts festival in the world - the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012 closed with 42,096 performances of 2,695 shows. There are thousands of shows up for booking with reasonable prices as well as a whole selection of free events to entice the last minute arrivals and those out on a prowl for the next new big thing.

Along with Fringe, the Edinburgh International Book Festival (10-26 August 2013) is proudly standing by as the largest public celebration of the written word in the world. With over 800 authors in over 700 events, it is a title Edinburgh International Book Festival has truly earned. There is no better place for a bibliophile to be wooed with the uniqueness of the written word from around the globe, or for a budding writer to make their connections and discoveries and to be inspired for that next great novel.

The Edinburgh International Festival (9 August – 1 September 2013) brings another aspect to the festive summer time of Edinburgh, with its eclectic listing of the very best in international opera, theatre, music and dance. More niche than Fringe (which has a little everything for everyone), the Edinburgh International Festival brings the best of opera, theatre and music scene into Edinburgh, to be celebrated and awed in equal amounts.

Edinburgh Military Tattoo (2-24 August 2013) is a remarkable outdoor event, set to the breath-taking backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, and bringing together tattoos from around the world. Edinburgh Castle esplanade is turned into a spectacular stage, hosting the tattoo where the castle and viewers become part of the experience. And while the commentator - the Voice of the Castle - brings the audience together, cheering individually for their countries four corners of the globe but united in an international fraternity, the Edinburgh city is faded into the dusk accompanied by the sounds of the cheers.

Edinburgh Art Festival (1 August – 1 September 2013) brings the best in contemporary arts together for a month long festival in the heart of Scottish summer. Some of the most important movements and artists of modern art are showcasing their talents in either exhibitions or commissioned works accompanied with various events throughout the art festival.

Edinburgh MELA (31 August – 1 September 2013) brings the Edinburgh summer festival season to a well-deserved end. For two days only Edinburgh MELA brings to the city a flow of world music, food, dance and fashion. Challenging the senses and daring to try new, MELA is Scotland’s largest international celebration of diversity.

Edinburgh provides throughout the year events and festivals, and you never know what unexpected, spur of a moment street art you encounter while browsing through the city on your way to your booked events. Edinburgh festival season is a like a honey for bear of diversity of artists all from musicians, dancers, cartoonists, caricaturists, painters, singers, to name but a few, all flock to the city to take part, to contribute and to experience some of the hype of what is Edinburgh Festivals.


 - Written by Aija Oksman -

Do you know that we have separate apartments to let in the same building?

These properties are ideal for groups who would like extra space and privacy whilst not compromising on location or local amenities.  They may even give extra facilities such as a garden or parking that is only available with one apartment but as a group booking you can share! 

Plus you will get our great Edinburgh Address service throughout.  Don’t forget that through the Edinburgh Address you can book extras such as our private chef or door-to-door Edinburgh walking tours – again great for that group trip!

Special Offer at our apartments in the New Town

northumberland street 1The Grand Townhouse on Northumberland Street where New Town Chic and New Town Boutique are located  

Book and Stay in New Town Boutique and New Town Chic for the same dates over June, July and September and get 25% off New Town Boutique! 

Quote Newtown in the promos field when booking New Town Boutique. Min stay 3 nights**

Based within the lower floor of a grand New Town house and newly refurbished to a high standard; these one bedroom apartments are literally next door to each other.  They sleep 8 in total and each kitchen sits 4 comfortably.  They really are in an excellent position from which to explore Edinburgh, being less than 10 mins walk from both Princes Street.  Perfect for smaller families or couples.



9 castle terrace 5If you are a bigger group, consider booking our Castle Terrace and Castle Terrace Garden together to give sleep 16 in total!  Five star accommodation right in the city centre with amazing views of Edinburgh Castle.  These apartments are very popular with families attending weddings or larger groups on a city break.

23b drumsheugh gardens 53Or how about our fabulous  Drumsheugh Gardens and Studio?    Drumsheugh is a spacious 3 bedroom property  (sleeps 6) and the studio is a cleverly designed self contained  property (sleeps 2). The 3 bed has one parking space and the  garden would be available to both apartments in a group  booking. Drumsheugh Gardens is a highly sought after street in the West End, just minutes walk from the city centre and of  course The West End could be described as a village itself with everything you need on your doorstep.

Need more beds?  You could also book Lyndoch Place, together with Drumsheugh Gardens as this apartment is just round the corner and would give the bonus of extra parking in its garage and lovely views across the forth – and goes without saying yet more wonderful accommodation.


**Terms and Conditions for New Town Apartments Special Offer.  Both apartments must be booked together at same time and for same dates.  For a stay in June, July and September 2013 Only.  Min stay 3 nights.  Usual booking terms apply.



June has started off so sunny and we are keeping our fingers, toes and everything else crossed that this continues.   

In honour of the beautiful weather, here are our top ten things to do in Edinburgh when it’s sunny (in no particular order!)

Enjoy a BBQ on the meadows

Take a Train to North Berwick

Walk round the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens

Take a walk up Arthur’s seat

Boat trip on the Maid of the Forth

Explore The Hermitage

Sit in Princes Street Gardens 

Stroll up the Royal Mile

Take a walk along Portobello beach with an ice cream in hand then stop off at The Beach House cafe for further refreshments!

Have fun at The Annual Edinburgh festival!


Do let us know your favourite things to do in Edinburgh when the sun shines!  

We are lucky to have the lovely Rutland Square Gardens just outside our office (pictured above) and have been enjoying sunny lunches outside - come join us any time.

It’s the first Deal of the Day for June and it’s a great one!

Book a June stay in with us in one of the following apartments and get the last night of your stay absolutely free!

Marchmont Main Door @ Spottiswoode Road

The City Retreat @ Merchiston Park

Sunny Haven @ The Meadows


New Town Boutique @ Northumberland Street

Call us on 0131 629 8347 for more details.

T&C Only applicable for stays of 3 nights or more.


We’re on the lookout for some great new properties, especially ones with 3 or more bedrooms, to add to our books.

Our beautiful apartments range from accommodation perfect for families to luxurious city centre boutique chic. We strive to offer exceptionally high standards of accommodation and client service. If you’re looking to rent out your Edinburgh property or know anyone else who is please get in touch.

Contact us via email or call 0131 629 8347

"Everything I learned I learned from the movies" - Audrey Hepburn



Come and celebrate the art of cinema here in the cobbled streets of Edinburgh from 19th-30th June. Bringing a slither of Hollywood glamour to our city, The Edinburgh International Film Festival is in its 67th year and is more popular than ever.

This celebrated and influential film festival has premiered fantastic movies to the world, Brave, Billy Elliot and Little Miss Sunshine to name a few. It is also renowned for showcasing the most impressive new talent.

Located at various venues across the city, we have luxurious apartments near to most of the participating cinemas. Come and stay at our City Retreat Apartment located 10 mins walk from Cineworld at Fountain Park from as little as £18 pppn - amazing value!

Also located close to a couple of the film festival venues namely, The Inspace Gallery and Festival Theatre is our stunning George Square Grade A listed house, an ideal oasis to base yourself at whist staying in Edinburgh. Stay from as little as £57 pppn!


We love the Edinburgh festival; it’s one of our favourite times of year but we particularly love the Edinburgh Festival Fireworks!

This specular display marks the end of the International festival for another year. It is set to a classical concert in Princes Street Gardens and it’s a pretty special way to wrap up the summer!

Tickets are now available for both the concert and Princes Street Gardens and of course we have beautiful properties available for stays that weekend. 

We are delighted to introduce the newest member of The Edinburgh Address family, Kirsty.

Kirsty grew up in Northumberland before moving to Perthshire in 2002. She went to University of Stirling and graduated in 2012 with a degree in Business Studies and Tourism Management. After University she worked in a whisky distillery leading guided tours and occasionally, sampling the wears!

She has been lucky enough to travel throughout Europe but still thinks Edinburgh is pretty special.

She loves discovering hidden gems and venturing off the beaten path, The Mussell Inn on Rose Street is a current favourite.

Kirsty has just recently moved to the city and can’t wait to be living here full time during the festival!

Please wish her the best of luck and say hello if you speak to her on the phone! 

This week’s deal is a monster!

We’re offering 10% off lots of our flats and even a couple with of 15% discounts. Don’t say we’re not good to you!

The following apartments have 10% off from now until the 26th of May

The Causewayside Apartment @ The Southside

The Stylish City Break @ Gayfield Square

The West End Retreat @ Lynedoch Place

Drumsheugh Apartment @ Drumsheugh Gardens

Edinburgh Panorama @ Western Harbour

Marchmont Main Door @ Spottiswoode Road

Sunny Haven @ The Meadows

The City Retreat @ Merchiston Park

The Gatekeepers Cottage @ Blacket Estate

New Town Boutique @ Northumberland


And if that wasn’t enough here are our properties with 15% off

The Old Chapel @ George Square

Apartment Castle Terrace @ 9A


Remember book and stay in May and get 25% off your next visit to us!

T&C’s apply

Happy May Day everyone!

This May we’re running a month long deal.

Book any apartment between now and the 31st of May 2013 for 2 nights or more and we’ll give you a special discount code that will get you 25% off your next stay with us!



Stays must be taken by Dec 2013, excludes 1-31 Aug, 23-31 Dec.

Not valid with any other discounts or promotions.

Bookings must be completed over the phone.

We reserve the right to vet any group bookings.

No stag or hen parties.

One member of the booking party must be over 25yrs. Strictly non smoking.


The first thing I did when I stepped out my house this morning was to turn my face up to the sky – Rain!

Not heavy drenching rain but a misting drizzle, the kind that weaves a crown of shimmering diamonds in your hair and makes you feel like you’re living in a cloud. I suspect this was not the reaction most people had, certainly on my walk to work there were countless umbrellas and bodies huddled deep into jackets. Not me though. Despite living and working in Edinburgh and the preconceptions of Scottish weather, I can’t actually remember the last time it rained. It’s been so cold over the past few months that any precipitation that has fallen has been snow. This morning, with my face wet I realised, I’ve missed it.

It’s not that I don’t love the snow - I do - I’m a child at Christmas when it snows and it’s certainly not that I don’t love sunny warmth. I gaze wistfully at friend’s tropical holiday photos but, I also love the Scottish rain.

While at university I spend a year studying at a university in New Mexico. It was some of the best times of my life and I’ll remember the people I meet and the experiences I had forever. One of my residing memories however was that it was hot, hot and dry, hot and dry and desert. There are parts of New Mexico that are incredibly beautiful but it was so sun-baked and bleached it felt a bit alien to me (perhaps that’s why Aliens tried to land in Roswell?!) I promise at one point I saw an actual tumbleweed!  

Descending through the clouds and coming in to land at Edinburgh Airport after my year away I was beyond excited to see my family, friends and homeland but I did think for a second “typical Scottish welcome – rain.” I’d been so used to blue skies and warmth, leaving the US in shorts and t-shirt I wasn’t really prepared for a Scottish August. I stepped off the plane. 

It was cool and drizzly and I wept.

It felt like home.

For the next few weeks I couldn’t get over how green everything was; the scenery felt so lush and vital - I kept touching leaves and grass to make sure it was real - the air was so fresh and clean; breathing deeply didn’t dry out my throat or scorch my lungs. A short time later I travelled to the North West of Scotland and rejoiced in spending hours tramping across heather, bog myrtle and bog cotton, fishing in lochs, paddling in fast running streams and sinking up to my knees in deliciously peaty squishy saturated land.  

Just after a rain storm can be the most beautiful time to see Scotland’s scenery. When it rains the mountains come alive with thousands of tiny waterfalls that squirm through rocks and drop over cliffs like falling stars. 

But the cloud and the rain-shrouded mountains can also look foreboding and severe. The Scottish mountains can be unyielding and relentless at the best of times but they are ruthless in the rain. Scotland is old and her history is violent and bloody. It seems to lend itself to misty mornings and wet shadowy nights, rather than sunny afternoons. In that type of atmosphere it’s easy to imagine fierce clashes on their slippery faces.

We’re lucky in so many respects in this country but our fresh, pure water is one of our crowning glories. We seldom if ever have hosepipe bans like our Southern neighbours and – thank God – there is always enough for everyone to drink as well as plenty to spare.  The rain is an integral part of Scotland and I think her people. We complain about the rain but without it this country wouldn’t be what it is today, verdant and fertile and beautiful - I think we should be grateful for it as well.

When I walk out the office this evening I’ll turn my face up to the sky and feel the rain. 


It finally feels like Spring! Erin and I are sitting in the office with the window wide open and wishing it was just a tad warmer so we could have lunch outside.

It’s not quite there yet but we do want to celebrate so we have a MASSIVE Deal of the Day for you.

From now until the 1st of May ALL the following apartments will have a huge 25% off their regular price!

One Bed

New Town Chic @ Northumberland Street

New Town Boutique @ Northumberland Street

Two Beds

The Causewayside Apartment @ The Southside

The Stylish City Break @ Gayfield Square

Marchmont Main Door @ Spottiswoode Road

Sunny Haven @ The Meadows

Three Beds

Apartment Castle Terrace @ 9A

Five Beds

Lakeside House @ Old Church Lane


Don’t say we’re not good to you!

Every year the Royal Highland Show is held just outside Edinburgh. This year it is being held on the 20 – 23 June.

Thousands of people travel from all over the UK and abroad to sample the food, drink and cultural of Scotland.  Primarily a chance to buy and sell livestock ‘The Show’ has now evolved into a festival, with games, entertainment and music.

It a really great way to spend a family weekend, find out more about The Show here and check out some great photos below!

We have some apartments available for these dates but hurry, they're going fast..!

Our two brand new apartments

Sunny Haven @ The Meadows

New Town Boutique @ Northumberland Street

As well as some old favourites

The Causewayside Apartment @ The Southside

The West End Retreat @ Lynedoch Place

Marchmont Main Door @ Spottiswoode Road

And of course our stunning Rocpool Apartments,

Rocpool Apartment @ Grosvenor Crescent 1 A

Rocpool Apartment @ Grosvenor Crescent 2

Rocpool Mews @ Atholl Crescent

Our gorgeous Sunny Haven @ The Meadows is here and ready for bookings!

To celebrate the launch of the beautiful brand new apartment we’re giving guests who stay in Sunny Haven 10% off their booking from now until June 1st!

Just hearing the name makes us smile this classic Marchmont apartment a wonderful homily and lots and lots of natural light!

This beautifully sunny haven has a large kitchen and spacious living room. Newly renovated and decorated with great thought to give a welcoming and homely feel. Sleeps 4 and provides excellent accommodation for leisure or business.



Upon opening the front door you are greeted by a large well lit hallway, complete with mantel piece doubling as a shelf. Coat hooks, hardwood floors, quirky doorstops, a large mirror and stained glass over the front and bathroom doors add to the lovely homely feel. 

The large living room has plenty of places to sit and relax and guests can take advantage of the stacked bookshelf and board game collection. A large bay window offers a wonderful view and a gas fire to keep you cosy at night. Both bedrooms have full sized wardrobes as well dresser drawers and bedside tables. The master bedroom has a large window and ornamental fire place and the second bedroom has a pull out desk that looks out over the garden.



When entering the kitchen you would be forgiving for thinking you’d stepped in to a large sun filled farmhouse kitchen – it’s beautiful! It has all modern appliances as well as a sofa and a TV. There is a comfy window seat and the windows offering plenty of light - even in the winter months. 

The personal touches as well as the large space make this a perfect apartment for families or groups who want to enjoy all Edinburgh has to offer!

Just minutes’ walk from the Meadows and a short walk or bus ride to Edinburgh University, the Royal Mile and city centre - this apartment is ideally located to take advantage of Edinburgh’s main attractions as well as the fantastic local amenities such as restaurants, delis, cafes and bars. 

To claim your 10% celebratoy discount simply proceed with your booking as normal by following the yellow ‘book now’ button here, and then put in the promotional code SUNNY13 when prompted to apply the 10% discount.

We think you’ll love this heavenly apartment as much as we do!

*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional codes or deals. 

Here at the Edinburgh Address we love to treat our guests so we’re introducing something new...

The Deal of the Day!

Every so often we’ll be letting you know about brand new deals only available through The Edinburgh Address website.

Today’s Deal of the Day is our stunning 5* Castle Terrace @ 9A Apartment. Recently featured in "Wish you were here" 9a Castle Terrace is an appointed 5 Star Visit Scotland Graded apartment set on the first floor within a graceful and elegant late Georgian Edinburgh Townhouse. 

This gorgeous apartment is free this weekend (12th to the 14th of April) so not only are we giving you 15% of the calendar price but, as this is our featured Deal of the Day apartment, we’re going to knock a massive £183 off on top of that!

That means the price of the stay in this truly special 3 bed, 3 bath apartment is only £498.95!

Still need convincing? Check out the photos below:

The fabulous interior is design led with a relaxing yet inspiring green theme. The furnishings are sumptuous and bespoke and the bathrooms and kitchen slick and modern; the perfect fusion of contemporary design with period features. Experience this unique designer interior for yourself!


It boasts 3 bedrooms (the huge master bedroom has a King bed and the other bedrooms can either have superkings or 2 singles). Two of the bedrooms are en-suite and there is a third bathroom. Large living room and spacious kitchen with dining table for 6.

The apartment is situated in the most enviable position; just 5 minutes’ walk from Princes Street and with breath-taking views of the castle. It truly is the ideal Edinburgh accommodation for an indulgent break, entertaining corporate clients or the business traveller.

To book securely online please follow this link and click on the yellow ‘Book Now’ button.

*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional codes or deals.