For your upcoming visit to the Scottish capital, why not opt for these fabulous city centre apartments instead of a hotel room, to allow you more space and privacy to relax or work? These 5 star deluxe Top Secret apartments are the answer to all your vacation needs to the city, whether you’re staying for a weekend or the whole summer. Suitable for couples, families with children and individuals on business, the offering of services and facilities will accommodate your every need and ensure that your stay is as relaxing and comfortable as possible.
With high-spec utilities such as an LCD television, CD and DVD player, plus luxury extras including a lavish en-suite bathroom with tub and bathrobe, you will feel as though you’re in a home away from home! The building is also serviced with daily housekeeping, free high-speed internet, 24 hour security and has secure indoor parking onsite for those travelling with private transportation. For everyone else, the central location means that it is only a short walk from the main attractions and destinations including Princes and Georges Street. There are also excellent public transport links across the city, to whisk you to any corner, or if you plan to take day-trips to surrounding towns and villages.
Edinburgh takes great pride in its eating and drinking culture and the wide spread and high standard of restaurants, cafés and bars is credit to that. For a casual dining affair head to Maison Bleue, where you will be met by rustic and humble interiors, either on the ground floor for candlelit dinners or on the upper floor for a more bright and cheery café atmosphere. The influences behind the menu come from an eclectic mix of Far Eastern, European and North African cuisines, which together create mouth-watering results.
There are several traditional pubs dotted around the city that have survived the ever increasing number of swanky new bars and eateries opening in competition. These pubs are the authentic way to enjoy a hearty Sunday roast or another typical Scottish dish or for drinks in the evening – whiskey if you want to be truly local! One such pub is the Abbotsford, which dates back to 1902 and features rare Edwardian design details and splendour such as the fine mahogany island bar, hard to find elsewhere. It is the preferred hang-out for literates, poets, actors and media types as well as many local residents.