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Older spacious apartment literally two minutes from The Royal Mile. Comfy beds, hot showers, the kitchen had everything we needed. Would definitely stay again.
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The Tron Square Residence is all about the three Cs: character, comfort and central location. Sitting pretty in a quiet development just off of the Royal Mile, this apartment offers guests a peaceful haven amidst the hustle and bustle of the city centre. The property sleeps up to four guests, and features a balcony, and two double bedrooms.
The large living area has been lovingly decorated with eclectic furniture and exotic artwork, and is perfect for relaxing in after a long day’s sightseeing and exploring Edinburgh. If you fancy a night in why not put your feet up with a good book or DVD, and rustle up some of your own culinary treats in the well-equipped kitchen. The owner of this property has thought of everything, and so this really is a home away from home with everything from ladles to the latest blockbuster.
The master bedroom is lovely and light, with a double bed and lots of guest storage space. The second bedroom features a day bed that can be used as a double or single bed, or you can use one of the mattresses separately in a twin configuration. A family bathroom with shower over bath completes this delightful accommodation.
To the front of the property is a balcony area, small but perfectly formed to enjoy your morning coffee or a glass of chilled Pinot Grigio on a bamly summer’s evening. Or why not enjoy a barbeque and watch your little ones play in the square below?
In terms of location, you really couldn’t ask for more. The Royal Mile and Cowgate both have direct entrances to Tron Square, and so you can be at Edinburgh Castle, The Grassmarket, Holyrood and Arthur’s Seat in just a few minutes on foot. Edinburgh Waverley train station is less than ten minutes walk away, and plenty of buses run from South Bridge (just around the corner) to all over the City.
The building itself dates from around 1900, and was originally tiered housing for local workmen. At the time it was a modern accomplishment, and one of the first of its kind to use deck access.
This property is best suited to families, or considerate groups. Hen, stag or party groups should not book and will not be given access to the apartment.
Sleeping arrangements Two double bedrooms
Limited mobility access This property is not suitable for those with limited mobility or wheelchair users
Interior layout A central hallway leads to two bedrooms, a family bathroom, utility cupboard, and lounge with separate kitchen.
You will be asked to check-out before11:00