Easy to book and pay. Communication was excellent.
Wonderful Apartment! Spacious and well equipped. Location was superb.
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This basement apartment is located in the affluent West End of Edinburgh, a few minutes walk from Princes Street.
As a traditional Victorian terrace house, this property exudes elegance, allure and grandeur. With spacious rooms and vintage stylings combined with necessities of modern living, you can revel in the uptown experience with family and friends.
Full of class and charisma, the living room is your own slice of period charm, with plenty of room to unwind and socialise either in the settees or around the dining table. To meet you entertainment needs a TV, DVD player and internet access are all provided.
The whole family can rest in comfort in three opulent bedrooms, and there will be no queueing for use of the bathroom as two of the bedrooms have en-suites, as well as a family bathroom.
Enjoy a morning coffee in the inviting breakfast room come rain or shine. If, during your stay, your are lucky enough to get the latter this apartment benefits from an outdoor sitting area.
In the kitchen you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality appliances provided for your use: cooker, microwave and fridge/freezer to assist with preparing meals and a dishwasher and washing machine.
Sleeping arrangements Bedroom 1- King-size bed with en-suite shower room
Bedroom 2- Super-king bed or Twin beds (zip-link beds)
Bedroom 3- Twin beds with en-suite shower room
Exterior Main door basement apartment with a small patio and parking space to the back. Edinburgh West End is a vibrant area, with many independent cafes, eateries and pubs for everyone.
Enjoy a walk around Princes Street Gardens, with a stunning view of the Edinburgh Castle, just a stone's throw away.
Guests can easily explore Edinburgh city centre of foot or visit Dean Village and Stockbridge, two stunning areas in Edinburgh.
We reserve the right to vet any booking. This apartment is not suitable for stag parties, hen parties, young single sex groups or parties. One member of the booking party must be over 25 years old. Strictly non smoking. We require names and ages of all guests, as well as addresses and ID. The lead guest must agree to our Terms and Conditions. A damage deposit of £250 is required one week before arrival and will be fully refunded pending no damages one week after your departure.
Parking notes There is a designated parking space for one car with this apartment.
This property is not suitable for wheel chairs or those with mobility difficulties due to the number of stairs in the property.
Interior layout Hall
Lounge and dining area
Bedroom 1- en-suite shower room
Bedroom 3- en-suite shower room & sitting room
- The beautiful fireplace within this property is decorative only. It is not for guest use for both guest and property safety.
- This is a traditional Edinburgh property and some aspects of the apartment have aged
- There isn't a Nespresso Machine. Instead, you can enjoy your coffee from a traditional French Press
Check-in from15:30and before21:00
You will be asked to check-out before10:30
Local area The Drumsheugh Gardens apartment is ideally located a walking distance away from the Princes Street - the main shopping area of the city. The apartment is wonderfully located just a walking distance away from all major city attractions, including the Castle, Scott Monument, Royal Mile and Holyrood Palace.
Nearby are all the galleries and museums, which are free entry (except for special seasonal exhibitions) - especially interesting is the Scottish National Portrait Gallery on Queen Street. A funky place to have a bite to eat and enjoy a cocktail or few is the Canoe Tiki Den, on Melville Place. With quirky dishes, such as Belgian waffles with bacon, eggs and maple syrup, inventive cocktails and great staff this is definitely a place to go for dinner. Also, not too far away on Rose Street, is one of the oldest pubs in Edinburgh - The Auld Hundred, originally built in 18th century. Definitely worth a visit and a pint.
Edinburgh has something for everyone. Kids will love the outstanding Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh Castle, the Wax Museum or perhaps a ghost tour round the cobbled streets and closes of the historic old town. For lovers of culture there are many museums, galleries and theatres to be visited and during the month of August the city welcomes visitors from all over the world for the Edinburgh Festival and associated Fringe Festival. Guests can easily explore Edinburgh on foot, from the medieval old town with its many historic buildings of interest, to the New Town.
From Princes Street you will have the ideal bus links both back to airport or for the sights just outside the city, such as Queensferry Bridge, Cramond Island and Portobello beach, just to name a few.