Location :Royal Mile, Edinburgh
Bedrooms :2 (two double beds)
Bathroom :1 (Shower room)
Check-in :From 15:00pm
Check-out :Until 12:00am
Facilities :Free WIFI
The Ideal accommodation for visiting Edinburgh, you are within short reach of several famous museums, churches and monuments in the old city of Edinburgh. For those wishing to go farther afield you are also minutes walk from the departure stand of sightseeing tour companies.
Room one: one double bed. | Room two: one double bed.
Only 5 minutes from Waverley railway station, this centrally located two double bedroom modern apartment, is decorated to an extremely high standard. The Burnet's holiday apartment is comfortable, spacious and comes fully furnished with the main essentials listed below.
Suitable for both families and professionals alike this modern holiday apartment offers a magnificent centrally located base to explore Edinburgh city centre. The living room features three beautiful windows overlooking the restaurants and cafes of the Royal Mile, giving views over what is possibly the most historic street in Scotland. The perfect apartment for short stays during the Edinburgh Festival & Christmas periods.
Free Wifi | SKY TV | Linen included | Large Livingroom | Large Open Plan Kitchen | Surround Sound | Sub Woofer | iPod Doc | Best View of the pedestrian part of the Royal Mile | Shower Room | 55" TV | Full Kitchen Utensils | Full Kitchenware | Second Floor |
The following are within 5 to 15 minutes walk. The Edinburgh Festival is directly outside this apartment.
|Bus Tours||Waverley Station||Airport Bus||Trams Centre||Edinburgh Library|
|Money Museum||Holyrood Palace||Edinburgh Museum||Money Museum||Meadows Park|
|Parliament||Ghost Tours||Whisky Centre||Money Exchange||Waverly Market|
|Car Park||Edinburgh Castle||Restaurants||Tourist Information||Highland Tours|
|Princess Street||George Street||Multree Walk||St Andrews Square||Cafes & Bars|
|Harvey Nichols||Primark||Zara||Marks & Spencers||Grass Market|
|Halal Foods||Supermarkets||Edinburgh Mosque||St Giles Cathedral||Edinburgh Library|