Relax and unwind in your own private space at these 4 star luxury apartments in Edinburgh’s city centre. Located just steps from the prestigious Princes Street, the Old Town, Business District and all of the major tourist attractions, these apartments are in the perfect position for both business and leisure travellers who wish to explore all that the capital has to offer. The ideal alternative to a hotel, the apartments allow you to live and work at your leisure with ample space and all the necessary home comforts. Don’t miss these amazing deals at centrally located apartments!
The building is serviced with a 24 hour reception and security for your safety and comfort and also offers visitors services such as airport transfers, laundry, luggage room, concierge and daily housekeeping. Guests are also welcome to make use of the communal gardens and fitness centre during their stay. Each apartment enjoys an en-suite bathroom with bath or shower, work desk, living and dining areas and a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, toaster, fridge-freezer, microwave oven and kettle. Families travelling with children can be provided with extra beds or cots, high chairs and also make use of the babysitting service.
Edinburgh provides visitors with the perfect blend of city life with beautiful countryside and when you’ve seen enough of one you can very easily get your fix of the other. Escape the hustle and bustle of the centre and travel to the top of any of the following; Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh Castle or Scott Monument. Each one offers a slightly different perspective over the city but equally as breath-taking and picture-worthy. If you’d prefer a more eerie atmosphere, head to the top of Calton Hill, which is often obscured with rolling sea mist, adding mystery and intrigue to the scenery. For a view even higher in the clouds, venture to the windswept Nelson Monument or the stylish Glasshouse Hotel.
It can sometimes be tricky persuading young children to traipse around museums, historic sites or to the top of hills, so treat them to a trip they will enjoy to the Scottish Storytelling and John Knox House. The centre hosts regular storytelling readings and workshops, which children can either sit back and listen to or get fully involved. Parents too can enjoy the peace and quiet and escape the everyday as they listen to great stories, told with lots of enthusiasm and passion. The site also houses the John Knox House and Museum and a bright and cheery café. If you’re in town during the annual International Storytelling Festival, be sure to take a look at the listings as there are always new and exciting events for the whole family.