156 apartments near The Royal Mile, Edinburgh

  1. Haymarket Terrace 1 - Double bedroom with black and purple decor in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Haymarket Terrace Residence

    Rated 85.7% based on 14 reviews.


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 1st floor
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  2. High Riggs (Tollcross) 1 - Family living and dining area in Edinburgh holiday let

    The High Riggs Residence

    Rated 75% based on 8 reviews.


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 3rd floor
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  3. The Park (Holyrood Road) 1 - Spacious family living area at Edinburgh holiday let

    The Holyrood Park Residence

    Rated 100% based on 18 reviews.


    • Sleeps 5 (+0)
    • 3 Bedroom(s)
    • 5th floor
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  4. Holyrood Road 1 - Spacious family living room with comfortable leather seating

    The Holyrood Road Residence

    Rated 100% based on 8 reviews.


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 4th floor
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  5. Lochend Park View No.1 1 - Open plan family living area and kitchen in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Lochend Park View Residence No. 1

    Rated 95.7% based on 23 reviews.


    • Sleeps 4 (+2)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 3rd floor
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    The Lochend Park View Residence No.3

    Rated 100% based on 3 reviews.


    • Sleeps 2 (+1)
    • 1 Bedroom(s)
    • 1st floor
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  7. Old Church Lane 1 - Lochside House, a luxury Edinburgh holiday let

    The Lochside House Residence

    Rated 100% based on 7 reviews.


    • Sleeps 10 (+0)
    • 5 Bedroom(s)
    • Ground floor
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  8. Lothian Road 1 - Light, airy family lounge and dining area with traditional fireplace in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Lothian Road Residence

    Rated 100% based on 4 reviews.


    • Sleeps 6 (+0)
    • 3 Bedroom(s)
    • 3rd floor
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  9. Lynedoch Place 1 - Family living room with decorative fireplace in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Lynedoch Place Residence


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 1st floor
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  10. Buchanan Court (Calton Road) 1 - Elegant, spacious family living room at Edinburgh holiday let

    The McDonald Residence

    Rated 77.8% based on 10 reviews.


    • Sleeps 6 (+0)
    • 3 Bedroom(s)
    • 1st floor
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  11. Warrender Park Road 1 - Light, airy family living room with traditional Victorian bay window

    The Meadows Residence


    • Sleeps 6 (+0)
    • 3 Bedroom(s)
    • 3rd floor
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  12. Old Fishmarket Close 1 - Contemporary open plan kitchen and living area in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Old Fishmarket Residence


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 3rd floor
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  13. PalmerstonPl-1

    The Palmerston Place Residence


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 1st floor
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  14. Parkgate (Holyrood Road) 1 - Modern family living room with comfortable leather sofas

    The Parkgate Residence

    Rated 92.6% based on 29 reviews.


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • 2nd floor
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  15. Patriothall 1 - Open plan family lounge and dining area in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Patriothall Residence

    Rated 92.6% based on 30 reviews.


    • Sleeps 4 (+0)
    • 2 Bedroom(s)
    • Ground floor
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  16. Portsburgh Square 1 - Light open plan living and kitchen area in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Portsburgh Square Residence


    • Sleeps 2 (+2)
    • 1 Bedroom(s)
    • Ground floor
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  17. Simpson Loan No.2 1 - Light open plan living area in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Quartermile Meadows View Residence


    • Sleeps 2 (+0)
    • 1 Bedroom(s)
    • 2nd floor
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  18. Ramsay Garden 1 - Luxurious, spacious master bedroom in Edinburgh holiday let

    The Ramsay Garden Castle View Residence


    • Sleeps 7 (+0)
    • 4 Bedroom(s)
    • 2nd floor
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  19. Rankeillor Street (Newington) 1

    The Rankeillor Street Residence


    • Sleeps 6 (+0)
    • 3 Bedroom(s)
    • 1st floor
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  20. High Street (Royal Mile) 1 - Double bedroom at city centre Edinburgh holiday let

    The Royal Mile Residence

    Rated 89.5% based on 21 reviews.


    • Sleeps 2 (+2)
    • 1 Bedroom(s)
    • 2nd floor
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Royal Mile Apartments in Edinburgh

Edinburgh's Royal Mile is the jewel in the capital's crown; an exciting, engaging and interesting place to stay whatever the time of year. Packed with sights to see, things to do and home to some of the city's best eating and shopping, there's something for everyone to enjoy, explore and experience.

The historical heart of Edinburgh's Old Town, the Royal Mile is actually four distinct streets, running between two of the city's most important historical landmarks: Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace. The Castle, built on an ancient plug of volcanic rock, dominates the landscape of the city, and as the Mile slopes gently down towards the Palace you can literally walk through the history of Edinburgh.

The Castle itself is a must-visit, commanding beautiful views from its forbidding ramparts, and containing a wealth of Scottish history. At the other end of the Mile, Holyrood Palace, the Queen's official residence in Scotland, is one of the greatest architectural gems in the UK. Opposite this 16th Century treasure is a much more modern one - the Scottish parliament, which is open for tours to see its excellent art collection.

Along the Royal Mile there are numerous closes and passages (called 'wynds') which lead off either side, and exploring these is one of the great pleasures that the city has to offer; as they consist of superb examples of the ancient, towering architecture which dominates the Old Town. Explore on your own, or as part of one of the numerous walking tours, where knowledgeable guides can help you discover some of the city's magical secrets, like the peaceful garden in Dunbar's Close, just a few moments away from the bustle of the main street.

There are many other attractions on or nearby the Mile. A variety of Museums and centres dedicated to subjects as diverse as Storytelling, Childhood and Edinburgh itself are there to interest the visitor. However if historical monuments are more of interest then you'll be in exactly the right place. St Giles Cathedral offers medieval architecture, with some parts dating back to the 14th century and Victorian stained-glass-windows; and, just behind it the spectacular 17th century Parliament House is still used today, with the magnificent original oak hammer-beam roof presiding over a living piece of history.

However for a true taste of Scotland, why not try the Scotch Whisky Experience? A five star visitor attraction which includes whisky tastings, a range of tours and even a whisky school, the Whisky Experience is definitely worth a visit.

For less cerebral but equally satisfying pleasures, the Royal Mile is home to some of Edinburgh's best shopping, with an eclectic mix of family-run businesses, some of which have been trading on the same spot for hundreds of years.It's a great place for artisanal, hand-made goods, with quirky independent clothing and jewellery retailers, Scottish delicatessens, antiques and the oldest independent whisky bottler in the city. As much fun to browse as it is to shop, there's bound to be something to fascinate and excite in this unique mix of shops.

If the sight-seeing and shopping has taken it out of you, the Royal Mile is home to some of the city's best eating, with eating options ranging from friendly, family-run cafes up to the finest of fine dining, and all points in between (including that legendary Scottish staple: the deep-fried Mars bar) Or you could put your feet up, relax and contemplate your good sense in visiting with a dram at one of the many excellent pubs and bars.

However whilst Edinburgh is a busy and vibrant city all year round, it really puts its glad-rags on at Festival time. From the International Festival to the Fringe: the world's largest Arts festival, there's an extra buzz around the place at Festival time, with a dizzying range of shows, plays, exhibitions, concerts to divert and delight. Any time of year's a good time to visit the Royal Mile, but this is definitely the liveliest!

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