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166 High Street Apartment

A self catering apartment on the High Street with great views up and down the Royal Mile, comfortably sleeps 4+1. Open plan living 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. A Click Book Stay holiday will give guests exclusive use of the property.

Our lovely guests have commented:

"A sensational location in a beautiful apartment"

"As described if not better!"

?"The apartment was fantastic. The location was incredible right on the Royal Mile with many of Edinburgh's sites on your door step."

"It is spacious, spotlessly clean and the perfect place to call home for a few days in the glorious city of Edinburgh. We will most certainly be back"
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166 High Street Apartment

166 High Street Apartment

Edinburgh & Lothians
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Accommodation: This characterful 3rd floor apartment is located on the High Street in the pedestrianised precinct within the Old Town of Edinburgh. Located directly on the Royal Mile itself and within easy reach of all that Edinburgh has to offer. There is a great open plan living space with seating for up to 6 people including two large window seats which overlook the Royal Mile. The lounge has a digital TV with Freeview, a DVD player, CD/radio , iPod docking station and WI-FI. The dining kitchen which is off the lounge is very well equipped with electric oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer and has plenty of space for the large dining table which seats up to 8 people.

There are two bedrooms, one double to the rear of the property and one twin to the front with secondary glazing. There is also a sofa bed in the lounge which we recommend for one person only. The family bathroom comprises a bath with overhead shower.

There is gas central heating throughout as well as natural wooden floors and period shutters which compliment the apartment perfectly.

No stag or hen party groups accepted.

Parking: The owner has a free parking space which is a 15-minute walk from the apartment if required. However, the best way to get around Edinburgh is by foot. There are plenty of buses - Lothian Regional Transport (LRT) that operate frequently throughout the city and you can catch one close by on either street crossing the Royal Mile.

Accessibility: Please note this is a 3rd-floor apartment, there is no lift in the building.

Local Area: The Old Town of Edinburgh consists originally of the main street, the Royal Mile, and a number of small alleyways and courtyards that lead off it to the north and south. At one end of the Royal Mile is the Castle itself and Royal Observatory both of which are definitely worth a visit, and to the other end is Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament building all within walking distance from the apartment. There are numerous bars, cafes, restaurants and speciality shops dotted along the Royal Mile - so plenty for your to do. This is also the main area for The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August, as all acts will congregate here to showcase their talents. Off the Royal Mile, you can walk down the mound leading into Princes Street and to the New Town of Edinburgh - this is no more than a 10-15 minute walk, or longer depending on how long you take to walk and admire the architecture of the surrounding grand buildings. However, if you want to escape the shopping and activity - 10 minutes in the opposite direction will take you past the National Museum and on to The Meadows which is a great park and worth a visit to get a different view of the City.

Our opinion: You are literally in the heart of Edinburgh and the thick of all the action here - as such, it may not be the quietest street in Edinburgh because so much is happening and lots of visitors to this area. But if you want a base to explore the city and all it has to offer you would be hard placed to find a better spot than this.

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