Blissful cottage for two, a stroll from Edinburgh city centre and Arthur’s Seat on your doorstep…
A little piece of leafy tranquility right on Holyrood Park and magnificent Arthur’s Seat – a walkers’ paradise – Holyrood Cottage is a central, yet peaceful sanctuary for two. Walk to the top of the hill for magnificent views of the city, the sea and beyond. Enjoy a wood-burning stove, incredibly comfortable super-kingsize bed or two singles, free wi-fi and conservatory/garden – all a stone’s throw from the Royal Mile, leading up to the Castle. Free street parking too!
City Two Bed is a luxury self-catering apartment in Edinburgh. This apartment sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of a king-size double and a zip/link twin, together with a bathroom. The apartment also has a kitchen and a sitting room with dining area. Also secure off road parking is available at an additional charge.
Mercat Cottage is an all ground floor cottage, part of Cockenzie House and Gardens. The cottage sleeps six people in two bedrooms which are a king-size double and a twin room with a sofa bed in the living area. There is also a separate shower room and a basin and WC. Completing the accommodation is an open plan living area with a kitchenette, dining area and sitting area with an electric fire. Outside guests have use of the shared formal gardens and there is a private patio area.
14/3 Mentone Terrace is a second floor apartment in the residential area of Newington, just two miles from the centre of Edinburgh. The apartment sleeps three people and has one double bedroom, one single room and a family bathroom. The apartment also has a kitchen, a utility and a sitting room with a dining area.
With views of the Water of Leith, this bright and welcoming second floor apartment is in a peaceful location but with very easy access to the terrific range of pubs, restaurants and shops in the Leith waterfront area. A walkway along the river will take you into Stockbridge and the New Town of Edinburgh, or the regular buses take you direct to Princes Street in about 25 minutes.
Our spacious duplex apartment sleeps up to six guests in three bedrooms. Situated in the historic and vibrant Leith area of the city the flat is on the second floor of a B-listed Georgian building a ten-minute bus journey or 35-minute walk to the Royal Mile. Free on-street parking. The Water of Leith Walkway is just across the road.
The stylish living room has chesterfield sofas, living flame gas fire, TV and wifi and the well equipped kitchen-diner offers a cheerful eating space. Separate dining room. Traditional pulley airer. Double ended bath. Shower.
4/6 Dryden Gait is a lovely second floor holiday apartment near the centre of the historic city of Edinburgh, sleeping four people. There is a super king-size double bedroom, a double bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen with breakfast bar and a sitting room with a dining area. Outside there is off road parking in communal car park with roadside parking also available. Edinburgh has something for everything and so you won't be stuck for things to see and do. 4/6 Dryden Gait is a delightful holiday apartment.
Comfort Two Bed is a quality self-catering apartment in Edinburgh. This superb apartment sleeps four people and has two bedrooms, consisting of a king-size double with en-suite shower and a zip/link twin, together with a bathroom. The apartment has a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room, and also secure off road parking is available at an additional charge. Comfort Two Bed is a wonderful apartment for all with an abundance of attractions and amenities available in and around the city of Edinburgh.
City One Bed is situated close to many of Edinburgh's attractions and amenities. This apartment sleeps two people and has a king-size double bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a sitting room with dining area. There's also secure off road parking for one car available at an extra charge. City One Bed is a convenient base for visiting Edinburgh with all of its attractions and amenities that will suit all tastes, including the castle, The Royal Mile and Holyrood Palace, as well as a wealth of shops and pubs.
Brunton Gardens is a delightful contemporary third floor apartment, nestled within a traditional tenement building close to Leith Walk. Boasting views of the Firth of Forth from the living area and bedroom, and an open plan design which fits perfectly with city living, this apartment gives the best in comfort and style after an exciting day exploring Edinburgh’s numerous attractions. A range of cafés, pubs and restaurants are just a 5-minute walk away on Elm Row, while very regular buses will ferry you around the city.
Offering the best of both worlds, situated in peaceful countryside amid the rolling Pentland Hills and just 10 miles from Edinburgh city centre, this striking holiday cottage has been created from an original barn. Adjoining the owner’s home and with its own private enclosed garden, there are stylish contemporary furnishings giving comfort and warmth, and specially crafted stained glass and woodwork to recall the rustic charm of the old hayloft.
Take the opportunity to enjoy the glorious surroundings of.an apartment within this historic Adam-style mansion, Spylaw House, which was once the home of Sir James Gillespie, a snuff manufacturer and philanthropist. Built in 1773, this apartment suite is an oasis of calm, and with fresh flowers greeting you on arrival, is the ultimate destination for a romantic break. It lies just two minutes’ walk from the historic village of Colinton with its shops, pubs and restaurants.
With marvellous views of the River Almond and out towards Cramond Island, this beautifully situated terraced holiday property is within a B listed granary built into the slope in 1605. Furnished and decorated to maximise the views, this is a pretty and very comfortable home with beach walks from the doorstep or over the tidal causeway to Cramond Island. Access into Edinburgh by bus takes about 20 minutes where galleries, museums and refreshments of every variety can be found.
Conveniently situated in the west of the city in the quiet residential area of Corstorphine, an ideal spot from which to sample both the buzz and variety of the city centre and also enjoy extremely easy access to Glasgow, Fife and the Borders. This single storey holiday property is furnished in a comfortable contemporary style, with sun room and enclosed garden. There are shops, pubs and restaurants only a moments walk.
This ground floor holiday apartment is situated in an historic building looking out to the ancient harbour on the River Almond and the tiny islands in the River Forth. With easy access into Edinburgh city centre and over the Forth Bridge to Fife and Perthshire. Discover many walks from the doorstep; across a tidal causeway to Cramond Island, along the river past tumbling falls or along the long sandy beach, this is the ideal spot for a relaxing break.
Set in an enviable position, looking out to the river front harbour and scattered islands in the Firth of Forth in historic Cramond village. This delightful holiday cottage is part of a B listed, 1605 grain store with river views from the open-plan kitchen and two of the bedrooms, and offers contemporary comfort and style in abundance. It has main door access from a flight of steps linking the harbour to the street above and has a gallery bistro below - perfect for a leisurely breakfast by the riverside.
This superbly located, terraced holiday cottage has direct access onto the sandy beach in Portobello and is only 15 minutes drive or bus ride from Edinburgh city centre. Perfect for a family holiday combining the sights and sounds of this historic city and the relaxation of a beach holiday. Beautifully furnished and decorated in contemporary style and with a pretty enclosed garden opening directly onto the promenade and beach where there are a number of eating places, and a play park.
In a peaceful area near Holyrood Park and Arthurs’ Seat, this detached holiday property has easy access into the city centre and to the A1. The living room is spacious and the dining room is bright and overlooks the garden. A 20-minute walk to Holyrood Palace, the Parliament and the Royal Mile. Visit the museums and galleries (free). Savour the buzz during the festivals and at New Year. Golf at Duddingston. Shop ¼ mile, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
Close to the centre of Edinburgh, yet boasting a quiet location, this attractive and spacious ground floor holiday apartment.is set back from busy Canongate, and approached by a small, secure, shared garden with shrubs and trees. Part of an old brewery conversion amidst beautiful landscaped gardens, including the gardens of Canongate Kirk, it is surrounded by the fascinating Old Town, with many shops and restaurants. Within just a few minutes’ walk are Holyrood Palace and Holyrood Abbey.
With wonderful views of Edinburgh Castle and the city skyline from the living room, this spacious third floor holiday apartment, with parking, is in a quiet location, 5 minutes’ bus ride from the west end of Princes Street. Very comfortably furnished and thoughtfully decorated, this is the ideal base from which to explore this fabulous city. Explore the magnificent wide avenues of the New Town with elegant wine bars and restaurants, and the contrasting ancient narrow and cobbled wynds between Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace.
This bright, sunny third floor holiday apartment is just off The Meadows, one mile from Edinburgh Castle, which can be seen from the kitchen window. With corniced ceilings, wooden floors and working shutters, there are plenty of period details along with contemporary comforts. The apartment is set in a quiet, tree lined street with numerous cafes and restaurants within a few minutes walk and there are great views of Arthur’s Seat from the spacious lounge area.
A unique house in a fabulous historic setting at the foot of Edinburgh Castle, this unusual wedge-shaped house is situated in the graveyard of St Cuthbert’s Church, a few moments’ walk from Princes Street gardens. Formerly a school house and then the watchkeeper’s cottage, it is furnished in a dramatic, appropriately Gothic style, and lies only 270 yards from the West End. It is hard to imagine any more central a location. Restaurants, galleries, historic buildings and a Saturday farmer’s market are a few minutes’ walk.
Conveniently located for both city centre and for access to the golf courses and beaches of East Lothian, this traditional, stone built holiday cottage is in a quiet residential area with easy access to the A1, and just 15 minutes walk to Arthur’s Seat and Duddingston Village. Spacious and bright, it has a large enclosed, grassed garden, ideal for relaxing after a day enjoying the city sights. Easy bus route to the centre, for shopping, Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile and Holyrood Palace. Shop 800 yards, pub ½ mile.