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This lovely two bedroom apartment is situated in the affluent, residential area of the Meadows; a short 15 minute walk to the city centre. A big bonus is the access to the shared garden, which guests can feel free to use during their stay.
The surrounding area has many cafes and a short walk towards Newington will take you to larger grocery stores, bars and restaurants; as well as many frequent bus services that can take further towards the city centre and throughout Edinburgh.
This ground floor apartment contains a large living room, fully equipped kitchen and dining area, two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom contains a double bed and the second has a double and a single bed, making this property ideal for families coming to explore Edinburgh.
We reserve the right to vet any group booking. This apartment is not suitable for stag parties, hen parties or young single sex groups. One member of the booking party must be over 25yrs. Strictly non smoking.
Sleeping arrangements 1 King size bedroom
1 Double bedroom with 1 single bed
Parking notes During the weekend it is possible to park on the street outside the apartment for free. Spaces are generally available. During the week parking is metred 8.30 a.m till 5.30 p.m.
This property is not suitable for wheelchairs
Check-in from15:30and before21:00
You will be asked to check-out before10:30
Local area 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 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.