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My home is centrally located convenient for both train and coach stations.
I have a box room to rent for those wishing to have a brief stay in Edinburgh. There is shared use of the house - kitchen, bathroom and living room area.
Stockbridge is a popular area with good amenities.
The local swimming bath and gym are at the top of the road and it is walking distance into Princes St, though you can get a bus.
I live in a sought-after neighbourhood with plenty of restaurants and pubs. There are several supermarkets and shops nearby.
The Botanic gardens are around the corner and theatres are only a short bus ride away.
If you enjoy walking - The Waters of Leith offer a lovely stroll up to the Dean Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art.
You will be given a warm welcome and plenty of information about what's on and where to go.
The Stockbridge Colony Houses in Edinburgh were built in 1861 and are one of the most remarkable cooperative housing ventures in Edinburgh's history.
To leave the place clean and tidy.. I would appreciate food being stored in the kitchen / fridge and not left in bedroom.
A launderette service is available locally.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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I work as a teacher in a large comprehensive school in Edinburgh. I am a keen traveler and most recently have been to Turkey and Ireland. I enjoy the theatre, reading, play the accordion badly and like listening to music and going to venues to hear live music.
Edinburgh is a great place to live in and even better to visit!
1* The closest attractions to the apartment include some lovely walks down the water of Leith and you can find the modern art gallery and the Dean art gallery within a short but beautiful ten minute walk from the house. I will be able to give you directions when you arrive if you so wish.
2* The Royal Botanical Gardens are within five minutes of the apartment and are very pleasant, it is especially nice for a lunch.
3* The Castle is to be found with a brisque 15 minute walk and you can walk down the royal mile to...
4* Holyroad Palace, a beautiful and historically important royal palace, which has a fantastic tour and an important place in the history of Scotland. I would recommend that you do some light reading (if you have time about the Kings and Queens of Scotland), Mary Queen of Scots is a very important figure in Edinburgh.
5* If you have time you should also visit the Scottish Parliament a very modern piece of Scottish history and climb 'Arthurs seat' which is nearby mountain that will offer a fantastic view of the city.
There are so many fantastic things to do in Edinburgh that I'm sure you won't be dissapointed.