With Edinburgh often topping polls as tourists’ favourite city to visit in the UK, you can feel confident that this is a great city to explore and call home for a few days. We rent short break homes from a minimum of three nights and we’ll make sure you find the perfect apartment or house for your stay.
There are so many reasons why Edinburgh is loved by so many. Not only is it one of the most beautiful cities in the world, it is easy to walk everywhere and the list of great things to see and do is endless.
We have world-class fine-dining including a wealth of Michelin starred restaurants and a vibrant nightlife scene too. Shoppers delight in discovering our increasingly enviable range of big name and local independent stores and boutiques.
Families are inspired by the incredible range of things to see and do in our museums and galleries – many of which are free. Lovers of history just need to look out of their window, or wander down the streets, to feel like they’re on one of the world’s most stunning historical film sets. In Edinburgh there truly is something for everyone.
Just a wee note to say a huge thank you for recommending Rock House. It was as you described just out of this world!! We loved every minute of it especially the fire and the beds were incredible? We almost wished our weekend away to get home to get into bed!!
Even though you may only be staying here for a few days, there are many reasons why renting an Edinburgh apartment for three nights or more beats a hotel hands down. You’ll have so much more space and privacy, enjoying life as an Edinburgh local with your own key to your own front door.
Our well-equipped kitchens give you the chance to take advantage of the city’s excellent local food shops and farmers’ markets. Rather than tip-toeing round a darkened hotel room, parents can instead put the kids to bed in their own room, and then relax in a comfortable living room. We know Edinburgh and we’ll share that knowledge with you saving you loads of time on Google searches.
After all, if you’re only here for a few days, you don’t want to risk ending up in a bad restaurant.
While the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival in August are the festivals that made Edinburgh’s name as The Festival City, other festivals take place in the city throughout the year. There are festivals celebrating science, story-telling, magic, jazz, nature, cycling, tango, film, beer and fashion amongst many others, not forgetting Hogmanay – the biggest and best New Year celebration in the world.
There is also an annual marathon and many charity runs including the MoonWalk together with rugby internationals and other sporting events, world class theatre and art exhibitions. Edinburgh is a city where there’s always something great going on, no matter which month of the year you visit.
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