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Lawnmarket Apartment

A luxury self catering apartment on the High Street with great views from every window in the apartment over the Royal Mile, comfortably sleeps 6 people
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Lawnmarket Apartment

Lawnmarket Apartment

Edinburgh & Lothians
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Accommodation: This luxury 2nd floor apartment is situated on Lawnmarket which is the oldest part of the Old Town of Edinburgh. The apartment is accessed through the typical Edinburgh communal stairway. Off the hall, there is a great open plan living space with seating for 4 people and 2 window seats with views over the Royal Mile to watch the comings and goings of both tourists and locals alike. The lounge has a digital TV, Freeview, DVD player, CD/radio, cassette player and Wi-Fi. The kitchen is very modern and well equipped for a self catering apartment with an electric hob and oven, fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher.

There are two bedrooms all to the front, one double bedroom and one twin bedroom and a double sofa bed in the lounge (which can sleep two people, but may be more comfortable for one adult rather than two). There is a family bathroom with bath and an electric shower over.

There is electric panel heating throughout which can be altered to your preference.

The property has wooden floors and blinds which complement the apartment well.

Sorry, no stag and hen or party groups accepted.

Our lovely guests have said:

"Perfect Outstanding! Outstanding! Outstanding! Perfect location. Ideal for young families. Will be back soon."

"So conveniently located on the Royal Mile. Out the door and you are right where you want to be! Decorated nicely and recently redone - it all seems new and modern, yet the windows look down on a street that is both ancient and bustling"

Parking: This apartment is the very heart of Edinburgh and the owner has a free parking space available to guests which is a 15 minute walk away. However the best way to get around Edinburgh is by foot. There are plenty of buses - Lothian Regional Transport (LRT) which operate frequently throughout the city and you can catch close by on either streets crossing the Royal Mile.

Accessibility: Please note this is a 2nd floor apartment, and there is no lift in the building.

Local Area: Lawnmarket is the oldest part of the Old Town itself, the name derives from Land Market, where goods were sold in the market from the surrounding countryside. 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 an easy stroll from the apartment. There are numerous bars, cafes, restaurants and speciality shops all along the Royal Mile - so plenty to do just walking up and down this street. This is also the main area for The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August, as all acts will congregate here to showcase their shows. Off the Royal Mile you can walk down the Mound leading down 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 look at all the grand buildings around. 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 happening and visitors to this area. But if you want a base to explore the city and all it has to offer you would be hard pushed to find a better spot than this.

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Family FriendlyParking - Free on-siteInternet / WiFiUrban

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Family Friendly Parking - Free on-site Internet / WiFi Urban


Television Washing machine Cooker / Hob Oven Fridge Hairdryer Iron & ironing board


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