In these post-corona virus times, we are incredibly mindful of your needs to be comfortable and safe. Your health and welfare are our top priorities.Guest access
Our property is professionally cleaned and disinfected. You can book with confidence. Our management company has established cleaning protocols that adhere to the government guidance on cleaning and disinfecting properly and they pay particular attention to high touch areas such as light switches, doorknobs and remote controls.
Additionally, we add a block to the calendar for the 24 hours before and after your reservation so as not to be hosting guests back-to-back.
Stay safe and book with confidence.
Our apartment feels really unique with its curved walls, soaring ceilings and huge windows, it is a home full of warmth and charm. We hope you love it as much as we do and enjoy it as your home away from home...
You have the full apartment to yourselves; please enjoy it and treat it as your own.Guest interaction
We will leave you to enjoy the apartment in peace. It is managed by local company Five Star BnB. If you have any difficulties during your stay, they can be contacted on (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) or (Email hidden by Airbnb)Neighborhood overview
The apartment is in the Theatre District of the town, right next to the huge, 3000 seater Edinburgh Playhouse. There is an abundance of great cafes, restaurants, bars and stores and a pretty laid back, boho-chic feel to the area. Getting around
One of the things we love most about Edinburgh is the amazing food, and happily, we are right next to some of our favourite restaurants. Check out Gardener's Cottage for excellent, rustic fair; Rollo for a contemporary twist to Scottish cooking or The Walnut, a little hole-in-the-wall, Bring-your-own gem that we discovered recently. There is great food to suit every budget all over the neighborhood.
From this apartment, you can easily explore all of Edinburgh on foot, whether its Calton Hill, then down to the Parliament and onto Arthur's Seat; around into Old Town with the Royal Mile and Castle or across into New Town and the thrift shops of Stockbridge with its famous Sunday Market.
We hope you will explore the area and fall in love with it as much as we have.
Arriving by train:
We are a 13 minute walk from Waverley Station, most of it downhill! Turn right out of the Waverley Exit, make a left down Leith St, walk past the PlayHouse and bear right on to London Road. Windsor St is the first street on the left.
Take the tram from the Airport and get off at St Andrews Square. Walk down to Queen St, turn right to Leith Walk and follow the directions above.
Take Bus Route 100, get off at Waverley and follow the walking directions above.
Arriving by car:
There is on-street, pay and display parking all over the neighbourhood and it is generally pretty easy to find. Pay and Display bays only between 08:30 and 17:30, Monday to Friday. Outside of these hours you can pretty much park anywhere free of charge; resident's spaces, pay and display spaces and single yellow lines. Never park in the City Car Club bays or the neighbouring 'Diplomatic' bays. You will get ticketed no matter what!
If you are staying for a few days and need somewhere to leave your car, try our top tip and park at the Park and Ride out by Straiton (near Ikea). Take the bus back into town, leaving your car there free of charge for up to 7 days. If you want to keep it close to hand, there is an NCP multi storey car park on Greenside Row. Access is behind the Omni Cinema.